Palmwag Lodge

The natural beauty that surrounds Palmwag Lodge in the Damaraland region of Namibia.

Palmwag Lodge is tucked away in Namibia's beautiful Damaraland region near Twyfelfontein.

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In the Damaraland region of northwest Namibia, Palmwag Lodge is one of oldest and most visited lodges. It sits overlooking a palm-lined spring in the Uniab River on the vast five thousand square kilometer Palmwag concession. This region is rich in wildlife and is notable for having the largest population of black rhino outside one of Africa's national parks. Some of the other animals that can be seen on the concession include desert-adapted elephants, lions, Hartmann's zebras, red hartebeest as well as cheetahs.

Accommodation at Palmwag is provided in fifteen thatched bungalows as well as five safari tents. A major refurbishment in 2014 and 2015 has seen the lodge's rooms and central areas upgraded to a higher standard than before. There is also a full a la carte restaurant on-site and a large swimming pool to cool off from the desert heat.

Activities available whilst enjoying Palmwag as a base in Namibia range from visiting a traditional Himba village and learning more about this unique indigenous culture to traveling back in time to Twyfelfontein. Twyfelfontein became an official World Heritage Site in 2007 and provides some striking examples of San rock engravings.

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