The Damara Mopane Lodge is built in the wattle and daub style shaded by Mopane trees and connected by a labyrinth of paths. The main building and chalets of the lodge look like an African village. The walls are adorned by copies of the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein. Located at the gates of Damaraland, the lodge is ideally suited for excursions to Twyfelfontein , the Petrified Forest, and the Vingerklip rock stack.
The gardens supply fresh ingredients for supper, which consists of a hot starter followed by a delicious platter. Lettuce, radishes, melons, pumpkins and tomatoes are grown alongside the more traditional African staple food such as maize and mahangu, adding to the illusion of spending the night in an African village.
There is a swimming pool for chilling out and relaxing after a long drive or excursion. There is a viewing deck that overlooks the camp and surrounding environment ideal for observing the beautiful sunsets and star-studded night sky.