Nakambale camp

Displays include household items and artifacts from the mission, photos of local events, traditional musical instruments, political history of Ovamboland and a full scale Ndonga Homestead.

This campsite is only bookable on arrival.

Why visit the Nakambale Museum and Restcamp?

Learn about Owambo life, Finnish Mission history and the political history of former Owamboland

Stay for the night in this tranquil rural setting

What facilities are available?

Ablution block with toilet & shower

Kitchen with cooking/wash-up facilities

Campsite next to traditional homestead

Traditional hut accommodation

Services of local guides

Where is it?

13 km south west of the regional town of Ondangwa.

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What can you experience?

View a great variety of museum displays

Enjoy a guided tour of the museum, the original mission church (a national monument) and the reconstructed Ndonga homestead

Experience traditional food and dance (on request)

Nearby attractions include:

Ombuga Grassland & Lake Oponono (1-2 hrs, only with a local guide)

Ondangwa & Oshakati markets (15 - 45 min)

Etosha National Park (2-3 hrs)


How do I get there? Approaching from the south on the Tsumeb - Oshikati road (B1 tarmac), 8 km before Ondangwa look out for a signpost on the left hand side of the road indicating a turn off to the left. The signpost indicates „Olukonda” (D3629). Follow this road (gravel) for approx. 5 km and Olukonda (where Nakambale Museum and Restcamp are situated) is on your left hand side about 500 metres from the junction (look for the old church). Access is by 2 x 4 vehicle.


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