Situated in the same reserve as the Mushara Lodge and Villa Mushara, is Mushara Outpost. It is set 2km from Mushara Lodge, has it’s own entrance way and is completely separate from both the lodge and Villa. This small, intimate lodge, has 8 guest units that were built up on raised platforms to provide a unique perspective of the surrounding bush.
The Outpost’s main area is a vast open room. It has been constructed in the style of an old Namibian farmhouse, with high ceilings and a corrugated iron roof and large wrap-around veranda. Inside though, stylish furniture, large plant pots and grand light fittings have been set out to create various sitting areas, together with a lounge and dining area.
Accommodation is nestled amongst the trees of a dry river bed, also known as an omuramba. It has been designed and constructed with a unique combination of canvas, wood and glass. Each room has large glass windows and the doors slide open onto a private deck, enabling you to view the surrounding bush. The en-suite bathroom includes a shower with glass walls from floor to ceiling. A room with a view, bringing the outdoors inside!
Every tented room has a mini bar, air conditioning, small safe, coffee station, telephone, hair dryer and mosquito net. There is also a fairly spacious veranda with sitting space in which to relax.
Dinner is enjoyed under the African stars. Breakfast and lunch can be taken on the veranda or in the house. The wide refreshing pool is a welcome relief after a hot day in the Etosha Park where the focus of the day's activities take place. Guests often comment on how The Outpost is such a comfortable place to stay after driving around Etosha all day!
The Mushara Outpost offers game drives into the park with talented local guides who are truly passionate about sharing the wonders of Etosha. There is also a small waterhole with a bird-watching hide.
Mushura Outpost. Nature’s perfect hideaway.
Game Drives in Etosha: The vehicles used for game drives have an all weather safety design for the wet and dry season - they offer a 360 degree open-air unobstructed view - optimal height for visibility in spacious and comfortable atmosphere - up-to-date game movement information and thereby a high success rate in game spotting.
Small mid-price lodge close to the park gate - situated of the private Fischer's pan reserve.
Just north of the King Nehale Gate into Etosha, this new property offers guests full access to the national park, as well as the opportunity to explore the north-central reaches of Namibia. The Etosha King Nehale serves as the gateway into a unique cultural adventure. Every detail of this property was refined and delicately implemented to reflect the essence of royalty and the charm of the OshiWambo culture. Each room stands as its own unit, with private plunge pool and unmatched views of the Andoni Plains. Beyond the plains, the property also offers access to a private waterhole in the National Park. Guests are invited to embrace their inner royalty.
The latest edition to the Mushara Collection offers mid-range tented accommodation.
Good accommodation at a reasonable price, close to the park entrance.
Inside the park borders, built around Fort Namutoni. Recently upgraded to appeal to more 'up-market' visitors.
Large lodge situated at the Namutoni entrance gate to Etosha. Excellent facilities but expect to share these with large group tours.
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.
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.
These are honest reviews, both good and bad, from our travellers who visited this property.
Really lovely - gardens a bit fly infested but easily forgivable given lovely tents and communal areas.
A boutique lodge with very confortable tents on stilts in the Etosha outskirts. Upscale service and food.
Chalets and main buildings are wonderful, unfortunately there are no activities so you don't have much time to enjoy it.
We enjoyed this place. The communal lounge facility is very nice and comfortable. The food was also very good. The rooms are a bit small but very nice.
This lodge was a taste of luxury and a beautiful place to chill out. The beds were extremely comfortable and we enjoyed the shower experience. The food was the best that we had in Namibia. The Wi-Fi worked well in the main building.
Orginally we were to have the family chalet but it was being renovated.. Two chalet's were recommended and they were wonderful.. This was the best and most elegant accomodation. The food and the people were great. We highly recommend this place. This is one place we wish we had longer at.
74 kilometres north of Tsumeb on the B1, turn west towards Namutoni on the C38. After another 13 kilometres you will find the entrance to the Mushara Outpost on your left-hand side (the entrance to Etosha is another 10km along the C38)Download Map
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