Spitskoppe Rest Camp Spitzkoppe Namibia

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Spitskoppe Rest Camp

Welcome to Spitskoppe Rest Camp

Camping at Spitzkoppe is world famous. A mountain oasis in the Namib desert, with unique over sized boulders and secret caves, allows the visitor to camp in complete peace and tranquility.

Spitskoppe Rest Camp

Spitskoppe Rest Camp

With the majestic Namibian "Matterhorn" as backdrop and with the next camping site kilometers away, each visitor "owns" the mountain during his time with us.

Spitskoppe Rest Camp

Features of the rest camp
Spitskoppe Rest Camp hotel facility 31 campsites available
Spitskoppe Rest Camp hotel facility Dry toilets at each campsite
Spitskoppe Rest Camp hotel facility Maximum 8 persons per site

Spitskoppe Rest Camp

Features of the rest camp
Spitskoppe Rest Camp hotel facility Hot showers are available near reception
Spitskoppe Rest Camp hotel facility Campsite numbers 2,3,4,5 are overlander only
Spitskoppe Rest Camp hotel facility Rubbish removal from campsites daily by community with donkey

Please note that in strict compliance with the Namibian Heritage Act and Environmental Laws, a complete Environmental Impact Assessment of the whole Spitzkoppe Mountain, with a resulting Area Management Plan, has resulted in guidelines protecting our Mountain and Rock paintings.

Activities at Spitzkoppe Rest Camp

The Spitzkoppe Mountain is an isolated and unique environment on the interior fringe of the Namib desert. Not only does it showcase the most striking geological formations in Namibia, it also offers the biggest collection of diverse rock art sites in Namibia. Close to 40 sites clearly shows art from our hunter-gatherer ancestors, dating back to the introduction of livestock in the last millennium. To have visited Namibia, one must tick visiting the Spitzkoppe Rock Art on your list of "to do's".

These sites can be visited by means of guided tours or by obtaining a permit at reception. Tours or self drive can also include visits to unique rock formations like the "bridge" or pools. A new 20 hectare game area is also being upgraded with secluded camping and access routes. A favorite activity is to take a guide with a donkey cart and visit, over a two hour period, the Bushman's Paradise and other historical sites. Maybe with a picnic basket?

In addition we have an abundance of hiking trails and bird watching excursions. The threatened Damara Tern, a small bird occurring mostly at Spitzkoppe, is a famous part of our Fauna and Flora. It is also possible that you might see a swarm of Namibian redfaced lovebirds in one of the huge fig trees at your campsite.

One special and internationally acclaimed feature of and a typical Spitzkoppe activity, is rock climbing. Individuals and teams from all over the world make use of the unique rock-face opportunities here, in routes of different grading, for you protection and relaxation. Spitzkoppe is the perfect place from where to experience and explore the rest of Damaraland. Swakopmund, Brandberg, Erongo, Uis and Henties Bay are all within a ninety minute driving distance. We are developing two and three day hiking trips, hot air ballooning, horse riding and much more for the future. We welcome your proposals to further appreciate this special place through activities.

- Enjoy guided walks to the many rock art sites

- Go trekking on and around the mountain

- Go rock climbing (bring your own equipment)

- Bar with cold drinks available and light meals can be served on a pre-booked basis

- Services of local guides