Etendeka Mountain Camp
Etendeka Mountain Camp is the eco-friendly camp that bears testimony to Mother Nature's many riches. Dwarfed by the surrounding Grootberg mountains, this is one of those humbling places that will make one realise quite how small they really are.
Etendeka Mountain Camp Highlights
The emphasis here is on nature, scenery and the Namibian wilderness. Etendeka Mountain Camp is the eco-friendly camp that bears testimony to Mother Nature's many riches. Dwarfed by the surrounding Grootberg mountains, this is one of those humbling places that will make one realise quite how small they really are.
- Perfect for nature lovers and those that enjoy simplicity, scenery and being in the wilderness.
- Etendeka has been described as feeling like one is in the middle of an ancient museum.
- Solar power, gas and open fire used for cooking, while water-saving techniques implemented throughout.
- 10 meru-style ensuite tents, each individually positioned with extensive views and peaceful simplicity.
Etendeka Mountain Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The main activities here begin with a morning walk to explore the foothills of the Grootberg mountains and the beautiful craggy valleys. The evenings involve a vehicle activity wherebyh guests are driven to check out the wider area. Likely game species are gemsbok, ostrich, kudu and springbok with the possibility of spotting the elusive desert cats (lion and cheetah), and the large desert herbivores; the balck rhino and the elephant. There are a number of endemic bird species including the Damara rockrunner and Herero chat. The black mongoose also occurs here as do leopard.
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