Dragonflies | Namibia
Introduction: Red-veined Darters (Sympetrum fonscolombii) are a migrant species that head for drier regions of the country in the rainy season, where they adapt to the rain pools for short durations. Colonizing all types of fresh waters is a feature.
Distribution: Widespread and common in most parts of the country including Etosha National Park, northern Namib Desert, Kaokoland, Damaraland, north-central, central and mid-southern regions of the country.
Colouration: Scarlet abdomen, red thorax with yellow or greenish-yellow spots. A yellow basal spot marks the hindwing.
Breeding: Breeds in temporary pools.
Flight season: January and May, August and September.
Max size: Small to medium-sized dragonflies.
Conservation: Not threatened.
A blend of African excitement & luxury are the order of the day at this luxury lodge
Small mid-price lodge close to the park gate - situated of the private Fischer's pan reserve
Large lodge situated at the Namutoni entrance gate to Etosha. Excellent facilities but expect to share these with large group tours
The latest edition to the Mushara Collection offers mid-range tented accommodation
Good accommodation at a reasonable price, close to the park entrance
Small intimate tented camp built on raised platforms, good for privacy and a 'luxury outdoor' feel
Inside the park borders, built around Fort Namutoni. Recently upgraded to appeal to more 'up-market' visitors
Newly renovated, good mid market option for self-drive tourists
A tented camp just outside Etosha
Luxury lodge built around a fort on Fischer's Pan. Easy access to the park
Small exclusive camp, built on raised platforms - a popular option with those seeking an exclusive new perspective
The first new accommodation to be built inside the Etosha National Park in over 30 years. The camp sits on a wooden deck on an isolated peninsula overlooking the pan
Very exclusive private suites, all mod-cons and luxuries