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Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

In het uitgestrekte, schaars bewoonde Damaraland ligt de Twyfelfontein Country Lodge, een sfeervolle driesterren-lodge in een onherbergzame en tegelijkertijd schitterende omgeving.
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Over Twyfelfontein Country Lodge

De lodge ligt in een kalkbron, op vier kilometer afstand van de oeroude rotstekeningen. De stenen huisjes, die een mengeling zijn tussen een bungalow en een rondavel, hebben een ruime rieten overkapping en liggen aan de voet van een heuvel. Het Afrikaanse interieur is voorzien van rotstekeningen en zwaar houten meubilair. De lodge beschikt over een klein zwembad en biedt onder meer begeleide wandelingen aan. In de omgeving leven woestijnolifanten, die zich hebben aangepast aan de droge leefomstandigheden. Zeer indrukwekkend mocht u er eentje spotten!


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Twyfelfontein Country Lodge
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Airco, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en volledig ingerichte badkamer.


Gelegen in Damaraland, op 4 kilometer afstand van de oeroude rotstekeningen bij Twyfelfontein.

Aantal kamers



● Restaurant
● Bar
● Zwembad
● Winkeltje


● Begeleide wandelingen
● Fietstochten
● Game Drives

Damaraland ligt in het centraal- tot noordwestelijke deel van Namibië. Het gebied is droog, desolaat en dunbevolkt. Kenners betitelen deze regio vaak als het mooiste deel van Namibië. Er leven vele soorten vogels en dieren, die zich geheel hebben aangepast aan de extreme omstandigheden. De woestijnolifant en de zwarte neushoorn zijn hier een goed voorbeeld van. Het landschap is zeer indrukwekkend met haar diepe, vaak droge rivierbeddingen, kopjes, rotspartijen, uitgestrekte vlakten en interessante flora.

"great location, bad service"

very very bad service, but amazing place, probably the worst stay in Namibia which is a pity as Twyfelfontein is a Unesco recognised site and this lodge could be wonderful. Birds are pooing in the pool. No service at the bar or restaurant and not much choice of food. It is a pity for the setting is stunning.

"Great Location, pity about the services"

We thought the owners relied on the location. The staff although friendly showed no sign of any training or supervision. The servicing of the bedroom was skimped. We ordered drinks with ice at the bar. There was no ice, so we took our drinks to a table to wait. We saw the ice brought up the stairs to the bar but there it stayed until we went back and asked again. There was delay when we checked out because they had difficulty in finding the document which showed we had prepaid. There are not many alternatives to staying here but the advice is make your stay as short as possible.

"Looks great but has issues"

Great place to look at but suffers from sloppy maintenance & frustratingly poor design in the rooms. Poor lighting in the rooms, wobbly tree trunks as bedside tables on the outside of the mosquito net being just a couple of examples. A dirty soggy bathmat in our room was horrible. The staff are friendly & willing but I think lack training in good customer service. There is no help to understand either the system or the offerings at the evening & breakfast buffet. There is a lovely upstairs seating area where you are taken to with your welcome drink. All the communal areas by the pool, the bar & dining area suffer from bird invasion. The poolside beds have plastic covers, not the best for sitting in the heat, that have bird poo staining, so do some seats at the back of the bar area & after breakfast they are on the prowl for food. I lost my toast to one cheeky perisher while distracted in conversation. The evening dining experience wasn't good, not much choice, no idea what most of it was, soggy salads, insipid vegetables. The worst bit was the cold, I have never seen so many people eating their food wearing jackets, scarves & hats. The sides of the restaurant are open to the elements with just netting blinds dropped down so the wind blows through. It is also very dark even by Namibian standards so you can't see what you are eating. Such a shame because the place itself looks stunning on first impressions. Incidentally we drove to Burnt Mountain to view the amazing sunset spectacle however I don't know why but there was not a slight hint of any spectacle, the sun was setting on the other side from the signposted area. Maybe it is necessary to hike to the other side but this would mean driving back in the dark which is not recommended by various sources.

"A dreadful experience...."

After driving almost 80 km along a horrendous gravel road full of corrugations in 42 degrees of heat, we arrived at the Lodge, weary to say the least. Parking the car a long way from the lodge, we walked a mini assault course through the rocks to reach reception where the welcome was lukewarm. Having climbed up to the bar for the welcome drink, we were just taking in the view when a huge coach party of German tourists swarmed in and took over the place. They eventually moved off and were allocated rooms so we returned to reception for our key and told we could move the car a little nearer to drop off. (My husband visited the nearby toilet at this point and was appalled at its smelly condition.) Back at the car we drove round only to realise our room was in the middle of those belonging to the coach party. This being a step too far when all we wanted was some peace and quiet we went back to reception to enquire if we could move to another room. We were met with a determined "No we are full", no discussion. My husband handed back the key, replied no thank you and goodbye. We turned around and walked out. No one even tried to stop us or ask whether we could resolve the situation, not least that we had nowhere to go. Fortunately, we were able to drive to Palmwag Lodge before dark and were able to stay in a lovely room and enjoy a delicious buffet even though we had no prior booking they made us so welcome. Please note Minister for Tourism in Namibia, this establishment, though a major attraction, is doing you no favours at all and in no way reflects on the vast majority of wonderful places we have stayed while in your country.

"Wonderful location."

The setting of the lodge is ideal and considering how busy it was during our stay, clearly a favourite among travelers. The rooms are small, but adequate, if you spend most of your day either exploring the surrounding destinations or relaxing in the heat of the day near the pool or bar. Food was always good and the staff were very friendly and helpful with local information. Will definitely visit here again.

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