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Doro Nawas
Doro Nawas
Doro Nawas
Doro Nawas
Doro Nawas
Doro Nawas

Doro Nawas: gallery


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Doro Nawas: picture gallery


The main building at Doro Nawas is striking in appearance and perched on top of a small hill...
...on the floodplains of the dry Aba-Huab River Valley.
Inside you will find the lounge area....
...where you can enjoy cosy evenings in front of the fireplace...
...or play fun board games with other travellers.
Freshly made meals...
...outside amidst beautiful scenery...
...or inside in cooler or rainy weather.
In between activities you can visit the well-stocked shop in the main building...
...or cool of with a dip in the swimming pool.
Its location gives spectacular, panoramic views of the surrounding gravel plains and mountain ranges.
An open-air courtyard, in the middle of the main area...
...offers a fire pit and comfy red beanbags.
The 16 chalets are dotted around the base of a small hill...
...with sandy pathways leading to each.
They are a mix of stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof...
...and surrounded by a fantastic landscape.
Inside each chalet you will find a spacious, open-plan room...
...with striking dark wooden furniture.
Each room has a desk with tea and coffee equipment...
...and a couple of wicker chairs.
The spacious en-suite bathroom has his-and-hers sinks...
...and includes a modern, flushing toilet.
You can choose between the inside...
...and outside shower.
You can relax and watch the sunset on your private patio...
...which is accessed through sliding glass doors.
While at Doro Nawas you can track desert-adapted elephants.
You will have a good chance to see them up close.
A visit to the Twyfelfontein is a must.
We also recommend a visit to the petrified Forset...
...where the fascinating vegitation is best explained by a local guide.
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The main building at Doro Nawas is striking in appearance and perched on top of a small hill...
The main building at Doro Nawas is striking in appearance and perched on top of a small hill...
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...on the floodplains of the dry Aba-Huab River Valley.
...on the floodplains of the dry Aba-Huab River Valley.
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Inside you will find the lounge area....
Inside you will find the lounge area....
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...where you can enjoy cosy evenings in front of the fireplace...
...where you can enjoy cosy evenings in front of the fireplace...
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...or play fun board games with other travellers.
...or play fun board games with other travellers.
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Freshly made meals...
Freshly made meals...
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...outside amidst beautiful scenery...
...outside amidst beautiful scenery...
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...or inside in cooler or rainy weather.
...or inside in cooler or rainy weather.
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In between activities you can visit the well-stocked shop in the main building...
In between activities you can visit the well-stocked shop in the main building...
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...or cool of with a dip in the swimming pool.
...or cool of with a dip in the swimming pool.
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Its location gives spectacular, panoramic views of the surrounding gravel plains and mountain ranges.
Its location gives spectacular, panoramic views of the surrounding gravel plains and mountain ranges.
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An open-air courtyard, in the middle of the main area...
An open-air courtyard, in the middle of the main area...
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...offers a fire pit and comfy red beanbags.
...offers a fire pit and comfy red beanbags.
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The 16 chalets are dotted around the base of a small hill...
The 16 chalets are dotted around the base of a small hill...
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...with sandy pathways leading to each.
...with sandy pathways leading to each.
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They are a mix of stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof...
They are a mix of stone and canvas walls with wood and glass doors, shaded by a thatch roof...
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...and surrounded by a fantastic landscape.
...and surrounded by a fantastic landscape.
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Inside each chalet you will find a spacious, open-plan room...
Inside each chalet you will find a spacious, open-plan room...
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...with striking dark wooden furniture.
...with striking dark wooden furniture.
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Each room has a desk with tea and coffee equipment...
Each room has a desk with tea and coffee equipment...
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...and a couple of wicker chairs.
...and a couple of wicker chairs.
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The spacious en-suite bathroom has his-and-hers sinks...
The spacious en-suite bathroom has his-and-hers sinks...
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...and includes a modern, flushing toilet.
...and includes a modern, flushing toilet.
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You can choose between the inside...
You can choose between the inside...
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...and outside shower.
...and outside shower.
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You can relax and watch the sunset on your private patio...
You can relax and watch the sunset on your private patio...
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...which is accessed through sliding glass doors.
...which is accessed through sliding glass doors.
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While at Doro Nawas you can track desert-adapted elephants.
While at Doro Nawas you can track desert-adapted elephants.
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You will have a good chance to see them up close.
You will have a good chance to see them up close.
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A visit to the Twyfelfontein is a must.
A visit to the Twyfelfontein is a must.
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We also recommend a visit to the petrified Forset...
We also recommend a visit to the petrified Forset...
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...where the fascinating vegitation is best explained by a local guide.
...where the fascinating vegitation is best explained by a local guide.

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