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You will find Malansrus Tented Camp nestled between beautiful shady Mopane trees, with spectacular views onto a set of granite “koppies” close by.
A non-profit organisation aimed at conserving Namibia's cheetah population. The lodge offers superb photographic opportunities at scheduled cheetah feedings, and also offers guided game drives to view wild cheetah.
Nature-lovers' cup of tea, this peaceful campground comprises eight spacious tents, each fully equipped with bedding, towels and kitchen utensils. Having nature right on your doorstep, while having all the luxuries of civilisation at your fingertips is one of the most sought-after experiences in our modern day. Enjoy the peace of camping, without the hassle of setting up camp. And an added benefit of full access to the lodge facilities, including restaurant, pool and activities.
On a large farm, offering visits to the nomadic Himba people.
Palmwag is a series of table-topped mountains and rocky land tinged a deep basalt red is dotted with green from the rod-like euphorbias and the robust mopane and shepherd trees. The lodges is positioned in a small oasis of makalani palm trees, which mark the underground watercourse of the Uniab River. This is home to the Palmwag Concession, where desert elephant, rhino and lion call this red, rugged terrain home. This lodge offers access to unique under-canvas sleepout experiences within the concession area, as well are various scenic drive opportunities. In conjunction with the Save The Rhino Trust, Palmwag also offers guests access to partake in rhino-tracking to visit the mighty mammals in their natural habitats. There is no lack in comfort though, as the property hosts a series of chalets with different views and vistas, and an occasional visit from the resident Elephant, Jimbo.
A mobile camp, specialising in finding desert rhino. Offers a luxurious and exclusive experience.
An extremely popular and well managed lodge which is owned by the local community, Grootberg has stunning views and interesting activities including Rhino tracking & Damara village visits.
Inside the park borders, built around Fort Namutoni. Recently upgraded to appeal to more 'up-market' visitors.
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.
Small intimate tented camp built on raised platforms, good for privacy and a 'luxury outdoor' feel.
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.
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.
Very exclusive private suites, all mod-cons and luxuries.
One of the five camps situated inside the park, generally less popular with visitors than Okaukuejo or Namutoni but has the advantage of a secluded quiet spot lit waterhole.
A brand new campsite inside Etosha Park. No accommodation is available here and this only caters for self-sufficient campers. A highlight of the camp is the unique hide which overlooks the camps waterhole.
On a small hill on the extreme western side of Etosha - Dolomite is the newest (and fifth camp) to open within the park boundaries. It is a smaller lodge as opposed to the traditional resort feel of the other camps within the park.
Taking on a legendary place and adding a whimsical-local flare – the Etosha Safari Camp embraces Shebeen Culture in everything it offers. Bright colours and humour form part of the language here. Indulge in the local music on offer every evening and embrace the shebeen-way of life. The whimsical character of the property extends into the chalets, with bright colours and quirky details. Located just ten kilometres from the Etosha National Park, guests can have close access to the wildlife within, as well as an authentically Namibian Cultural experience.
Once called Etosha Gateway lodge this is a budget accommodation option which has recently been renovated.
On the far western edge of the park, just outside the Galton Gate, this is an excellent location to explore Etosha, Damaraland and the remote Kaokoland area.
Value for money accommodation in a well designed tented camp.
They say an elephant never forgets, neither will you Etosha is an experience of the heart and the soul as much as it is a unique natural wilderness. There is a rich depth to the region, and it can be experienced when seen through the eyes of the local people. Located just ten kilometres from the Anderrson Gate into the Etosha National Park, this lodge is the ideal location for a base. Along the crest of a Mopane Woodland Valley, the lodge and its viewing deck offer unparallel views of the area. Each room offers a private terrace for a personal experience. And guests can select one of three pools to cool off in after a long day of exploration in the National Park.
Luxury accommodation, each unit with private pool, great place to spoil yourself. Guided tours on private nature reserve and inside Etosha Park.
On the same property as Ongava Lodge, but offering a more traditional tented safari style experience.
A rustic option but closest situated to Epupa Falls, this site previously only provided campsites, but recently added rooms on stilts overlooking the river and falls.
An excellent base from which to explore the Kaokoland area.
A great lodge in a remote location on the banks of the Kunene River, for those interesting in birding, relaxing or river rafting this lodge is an absolute must. Undoubtedly one of our favourite out of the way lodges.
AMONGST THE MOUNTAINS AND SAND DUNES OF REMOTE NORTH-WESTERN NAMIBIA IS HOANIB VALLEY CAMP, A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN THE GIRAFFE CONSERVATION FUND AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES
Welcome to Kaokoland, a true wilderness that is home to the Himba, one of the world’s last semi-nomadic cultures. Despite the harshness of the arid surrounds and the isolation of the area, this truly is the land of milk and honey. An off-the-beaten track experience! Beyond a gorgeous campsite overlooking the Kunene River, this camp offers guests comfortable tented chalets, all en suite. Each chalet is equipped with a watercooler to keep the heat at bay, as well as a terrace for relaxing while the river waters meander past. Omarunga offers a sunset excursion to a lovely look out point, where the Epupa-Falls can be appreciated in their full majesty. As well as visits of local Himba villages, and for he more adventurous, a river rafting trip.
A tented camp on the banks of the Kunene River close to Epupa Falls and Himba settlements.
Near the tiny settlement of Puros, this luxury lodge offers you the ability to search for the desert adapted elephants.
On a hillside overlooking the Kunene River this small intimate camp offers accommodation for a maximum of 14 people.
Situated north-east of Grootfontein this serves as an gateway between the Caprivi and central Namibia.
Around 80km north of Grootfontein this lodge acts as a gateway to Namibia's north east (the Kavango & Zambezi Region)
Ten kilometers outside of Otavi this lodge offers a relaxing environment and is ideal for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts and birders.
Large resort offering a restaurant, bar and Olympic sized pool in Tsumeb.
A courtyard atmosphere, traditional garden and German cuisine can be found at this Tsumeb hotel.
An eclectic lodge, allows for visits to a San community as well as offering reasonably priced overnight accommodation.
Situated 20km west of Tsumeb.
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