Camp Kipwe is situated in the Twyfelfontein Conservancy in the Damaraland area. Designed to creatively embrace the granite boulders, the camp takes advantage of the nearby Aba Huab River and the expansive landscape, offering a refreshing perspective on traditional safari life.
The camp is nestled in the boulders, facing out onto superb scenery. The eight rooms are round in shape, with large outside decks to admire the view. The outside, partially open bathrooms adjoining the bedrooms have boulder, cement and rock walls, and roofs of rough mopane branches. Hot water is supplied by wood-burning boilers.
The central area of the camp is raised and consists of four thatched domes; the reception area and curio shop, dining room, lounge and bar and guest toilets, all with amazing views toward the Aba Huab riverbed. An outside boma area is an additional venue for fire-cooked meals. The central seating area is furnished with wood and cane chairs, a leather couch, rough hewn chunks of wood used as small tables, tree trunk supports and woven lights hanging from the thatch roofs.
The camp has a small swimming pool built into the rocks and a viewpoint with 360 degree views. Activities at the camp include nature drives with the possibility of seeing the desert-adapted elephants in the dry season, Twyfelfontein excursions to the rock engravings and guided walks in front of the camp with Kipwe's experienced guides.