Organic and understated, the rooms at Camp Kipwe are like extensions of the rocks themselves. Inside the dome shaped space, you feel like entering a secluded cave and becoming one with the landscape. Natural touches – rocks embedded in the floor, animals carved into the wood, mimicking the area’s famous engravings – add to the unique sense of place found at Camp Kipwe. Nestled against the boulders, the partially open, outdoor bathrooms provide a bit of whimsy in the bush, while a small deck extends the living space, connecting guests to the riverbed and the views beyond. There are nine bungalows at Camp Kipwe, one sprawling suite full of unexpected luxuries and two luxury suites with surprising pops of color and spectacular views.
- morning nature drive
- guided drive to Twyfelfontein
- Burnt Mountain and the Organ Pipes