This comfortable lodge is suitable for small groups, families and independent travellers to Etosha. It is situated in front of a thriving waterhole and is well positioned for guests to explore the nearby Etosha National Park.
Andersson's Camp Highlights
Andersson's Camp is situated in the Ongava Reserve along the southern boundary of the Etosha National Park. The area contains Africa's largest saltpan and was 'discovered' by Sir Francis Galton and Charles Andersson in 1851, hence the camp takes its name from the famed Swedish explorer. Guests will have the opportunity to explore vast open plains abundant with wildlife in this pristine and unspoiled area.
- Ideally situated near to the Etosha Pan
- Eco-conscious lodge
- Waterhole which can be viewed from the camp
Andersson's Camp Game Viewing and Activities
No activities are offered on the Ongava Reserve in which the camp is located; however guests may either self-drive into Etosha National Park or book (at an extra cost) onto one of the camp's scheduled guided game drives into Etosha National Park. Another activity is relaxing beside the pool, or at the main area, from where there is a good chance of seeing animals coming to drink at the waterhole. Etosha is Namibia's best game viewing destination, where large herds of plains game concentrate around the waterholes in the dry season making for exciting wildlife viewing. Species that can be seen year round include elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, springbok, oryx, kudu and the diminutive Damara dik-dik. Birdlife is also good with Ostrich and raptors in abundance. Local specials include the Short-toed Rock-Thrush, Hartlaub's Francolin, Rockrunner, White-tailed Shrike and Chestnut Weaver (summer).
This lodge has only two individually designed villas. It offers the ultimate in privacy and exclusivity where guests can enjoy their own private ranger, butler and personal chef. Accommodation is spacious and elegant in a unique location in Etosha.
Onguma Tree Top Camp
This small and unique camp is ideal for guests wanting a traditional and adventurous safari experience. This relaxed and intimate camp caters for only 8 guests. Built on raised wooden stilts amongst the tree tops it offers spectacular views.
This family friendly lodge is the ideal base for guests wanting to explore the Etosha National Park. Game drives are available in open top vehicles and offer guests good plains game viewing. The best time to visit this area is between May and September.