At the foot of a huge rock formation typical for Damaraland, Camp Kipwe fits snugly into the natural surroundings of the Aba Huab Valley. Camp Kipwe has an intimate atmosphere with its compact and closed structure. The walled rondavels take up the shapes of the huge granite boulders that dominate the landscape. From Kipwe the famous rock engravings of Twyfelfontein are just a stone throw away and the legendary desert elephants roam the area.Covid-19 Camp Protocol More Info
Originally a teacher in Windhoek, André Louw realised on his many excursions to the scenic highlights of the young state of Namibia what was missing there above all: Tourism accommodation for discerning clientele. With the help of investors from South Africa, he soon founded the company 'Visions of Africa', under whose label André acquired land both at Etosha National Park and in Damaraland in order to establish typical Namibian safari tourism. A confident instinct for the demands of the market and his distinct taste for architecture and interior design have made André Louw's camps and lodges the top choice in the Namibian hotel industry.
Mowani’s and Camp Kipwe´s are in involved in sustainable eco-tourism and community upliftment.
20 guests will find generous space in nine air-conditioned Rondavels and a luxury suite. The elegant furnishings with en-suite open-air bathrooms are complemented by panoramic terraces from which guests can enjoy a panoramic view of Damaraland.
The open lounge offers space for a bar, restaurant and cosy seating areas on various levels, while a pool carved into the rock invites you to refresh yourself.
At sunset there are many steps to climb before the traditional sundowner, high above the camp, is rewarded with a breathtaking view over the vast Aba Huab valley.
At Camp Kipwe you can experience a variety of special interest activities:
- Excursions to the Twyfelfontein rock engravings
At Camp Kipwe you can experience a variety of active safari excursions:
-Guided nature drives in search of desert elephants; guided or self-guided nature walks