is nestled in the heart of Namibia’s north-western region known as Damaraland, surrounded
by ever-changing landscapes and desert adapted wildlife, making it the prefect
escape for nature lovers.
massive rock formations and ancient Mopane Trees, this safari camp embraces its
rugged environment perfectly. The majestic Desert Elephants that call the area
home, regularly move through the camp to reach sources of water and food, truly
making Madisa an oasis for all.
Located in the Sorris Sorris Conservancy, our aim at Madisa is to run an eco-friendly camp that will protect Damaraland’s sensitive fauna and flora. This makes it an ideal destination for the traveler who enjoys comfort without compromising on the experience of being immersed in this rugged and soulful place.
Madisa Camp is an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding areas, such as the Twyfelfontein World Heritage Site, Brandberg, Namibia’s highest mountain, Spitzkoppe, the Petrified Forest and the Ugab and Huab Rivers. What better way to end a day of exploring than with a swim in our refreshing rock pool or drinking an ice-cold Namibian beer while enjoying the vast array of colors reflected on the rock formations as the sun sets. It is also nice to meet fellow travelers, share newly made friendships and stories of adventure around the communal campfire, or “Bush TV” at night, while the sky puts on a breathtaking show of the stars.
Elephant Tracking Excursion leaves Madisa Camp at 7h30 am and usually takes
around 6 – 8 hours, depending on how far away the elephants are. This amazing,
guided experience allows visitors to track the desert adapted elephants and
learn how to read the bush to find these gentle giants in their unique environment.
The elephant tracking includes a light lunch and cooldrinks.
N$1650.00 per adult
N$825.00 per child
No children under the age of 5 are permitted.
Bookings & Emergency after hours number: +264 81 698 2908
Madisa Camp: +264 81 302 1405
Madisa is situated between Uis and Khorixas of the C35 on
the D2612, 18km towards Twyfelfontein on the Goantagab River.
The camp is accessible by 2x4.
GPS CO-ORDINATES: 20°43’35.1“S · 14°40’56.9“E