13 Sep Twyfelfontein, North-Western Namibia
Nestled in rolling boulders of a granite outcrop, is Twyfelfontein Adventure Camp. It is a convenient ten-minute drive from World Heritage Site of Twyfelfontein Rock Engravings. The Adventure camp is open during the months of April to November. There are over 2000 rock engravings and it is one of the largest and most important rock art concentrations in Africa. The engravings are said to be up to 6000 years old.
The camp provides Canvas tents that are raised slightly on wooden platforms with a private terrace and seating. Solar cells provide light to the camp. The camp provides the basic necessities, however, there is no Wi-Fi connection at the camp. You are aware, internet has become an important part of our everyday lives.
Twoobii’s satellite dish is cemented into the natural surroundings of the camp. Internet connection can be offered to guests that stay at the camp. Guests have the option to enjoy internet or watch crackling campfire under the Namibian night sky. Perhaps in 6000 years time, a Twoobii satellite dish will leave the same legacy that the rock art paintings have.