Sundowners at Mowani Mountain Camp
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Sundowners at Mowani Mountain Camp

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Mowani means 'the place of God' and it really is. Located in Damaraland, possibly one of the most scenic areas in Namibia, Mowani Mountain Camp is tucked away in between huge granite boulders. Its the home to the wide-ranging African Desert Elephant and some amazing scenery. Every evening sundowners are taken while sitting on beanbags on a giant rock facing west.

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