Down to earth, relaxed, innovative and charming are Etosha Safari Camp's alluring qualities - and of course, its proximity to Etosha National Park. This friendly safari camp has cosy accommodation set between the mopane trees, an inviting circular swimming pool, a lush green campsite and ample character. Extending the theme of Etosha as being a 'Place of Legends', Etosha Safari Camp takes it one step further by bringing home the story and spirit of Africa. And the result is - legendary! Here, the typical informal bar or shebeen, well-known and beloved throughout southern Africa, is given expression in the Okambashu ('Our home') restaurant and Oshebeena bar with local colour and country bric-a-brac.
A delicious array of food is laid out on an old train compartment. Guests have a choice of dining in the intriguing 'township' dining rooms, around fireplaces in the cooler months or outside in the courtyard where The Etosha Boys strum guitars and sing lively local songs. African wildlife takes priority during the day at this Etosha camp, only a short drive from Andersson Gate, the portal to the magnificence of the animal kingdom. Explore the national park on your own or join our professional guides for an enlightening and informative wildlife journey. Or do both, with a break in the day for a siesta at the Camp. From the black-faced impala to the wizened elephant giants and lion kings, the wild world is simply spellbinding. As the end of the day approaches, race the sun home to Etosha Safari Camp to laughter, comfort and good cheer. Tap toes to the beat of Africa
Each bugnalow has its own veranda where you sit and soak up the atmosphere of Etosha. All 50 chalets are on suite, with mosquito nets and gauze windows to maximize airflow
The camp is right at the Okaukuejo gate of the Etohsa National Park. There is a rustic farm style restaurant on site where guests can emjoy their meals. On those long lazy hot afternoons, there is a sparkling blue pool to take a dip in.
Etosha National Park is Namibia's prime wildlife destination with good game viewing year-round. Guests can visit a number of springs and pans in search of lion, leopard, elephant, giraffe, the endemic black-faced impala and black rhino, as well as plains game such as wildebeest, zebra and springbok.
This exclusive camp offers beautiful accommodation and a top quality dining experience.Privacy and service take preference at Onguma Tented Camp, yet guests are offered a traditional safari experience.
This beautiful rock and thatch lodge offers luxurious canvas tents with private balconies. Guests can enjoy use of top quality lodge facilities and a fully equipped spa. Treatments such as mud baths, hydro therapies and professional massages are available here.
This tented camp offers guests a private and luxurious safari experience. Food is of high quality and the game drives are personally tailored to guests interests. Ongava Tented Camp is built of stone, canvas and thatch and can accommodate a maximum of 16 guests.
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.
Spacious chalets offer all the modern amenities one would expect from a five star facility including a beautiful and elegant Spa where guests can enjoy a range of professional therapies. A variety of activities are available here.
This lodge offers luxury and style at this intimate and exclusive location. The accommodation is made up of only three luxurious and spacious units with private plunge pools and en-suite bathrooms.
Spend your honeymoon star gazing, taking photos of red sand dunes, game spotting and admiring the barren beaty of the Namib desert. Namibia is pristine, desolate and romantic. This 12 night honeymoon package is top of our list.
This 22 night all encompassing self-drive itinerary is the ideal family adventure. From red sand dunes, to the wildlife reserve of Etosha and the sparse Namib Desert ; Namibia touches the soul. Take a hot air balloon ride over the dunes and get to know the local inhabitants of the desert.