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Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

Ideally located for exploring the historic Twyfelfontein petroglyphs

A large lodge ideal for visitors looking to enjoy a convivial atmosphere

With ancient rock art sites and dramatic rock formations nearby, there are few better locations from which to explore Twyfelfontein

Crouched on the desert plains, beneath the shadow of towering, rocky mountains, Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is ideally located for exploring the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Site of ancient rock art sites and unique geological formations.

At 56 rooms this is a large lodge by Namibian standards, but the rooms are well spread through the large footprint of the lodge, so it never feels overly bust here, even when the lodge is full. The bedrooms are simple but comfortably furnished with all of the amenities one could require for the 1 or 2 night stays that are the norm here. There is a large restaurant and bar area for meals and drinks, with a sparkling swimming pool that is perfect for cooling off during the heat of the afternoon. A small curio shop allows guests to pick up some locally produced arts and crafts whilst the waterhole acts as a magnet for wildlife from around the area, especially around dawn and dusk.

Local activities are run by the guides from the lodge and included guided walks through the desert, visits to the rock art site at Twyfelfontein, sundowner drinks drives and visits to the Damara Living Museum which provides a fascinating insight in to the life of the local Damara people.

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