Located in the north-western region of Namibia, is the eco-friendly, Camp Kipwe. It’s situated right on the Aba Huab River and is known for offering a traditional, African safari with a fresh perspective.
The camp is surrounded by natural boulders, which is why the suites have been built in the shape of domes to blend into the natural landscape. Each hut has its own viewing deck, half-outside bathrooms, and walls that are built out of boulder, rock, cement, and mopane branch roofs. Even the dining area, reception, bar, and lounge are made out of natural materials and have a view of the river. All hot water on site is provided by wood-burning boilers and dinners are cooked over a fire.
Guests can enjoy the swimming pool that has been built into the rocks, go elephant viewing, take nature walks, go on guided tours, and view ancient rock engravings.