Onguma Bush Camp
Onguma Bush Camp is a comfortable lodge in a private reserve on the eastern edge of Etosha National Park. With 19 rooms and family suites as well as a small campsite, the atmosphere is tranquil and casual.
Onguma Bush Lodge is an alternative to staying inside Etosha National Park where your options are limited to three basic state-owned camps.
This comfortable lodge is located on the edge of the park near Fisher's Pan and the eastern entrance to Etosha. The rates are reasonable and the lodge is neat, small and an excellent base for families.
The en suite, air-conditioned rooms are built from local stone and have thatched roofs. The pool, open-air lapa and dining area provide the venues for some pleasant banter, spectacular sunsets and hearty meals. The lounge and dining area overlooks a waterhole for around-the-clock game viewing. The campsite has six sites private ablutions and firewood; campers are welcome to make use of the bar, pool and restaurant.
Nineteen en-suite air-conditioned bungalows and family suites (with loft); open-air firelit dinners; swimming pool; lunch baskets; camp site
Game drives on the private nature reserve and into Etosha; excellent birdwatching especially during the summer migrations
Onguma Private Nature Reserve is a chunk of wilderness that covers 20,000 hectares. Game viewing and birdwatching are excellent and the reserve has over 30 species of plains game as well as lion, cheetah and leopard. A family of black rhino have been introduced and there are more than 300 bird species on record. With Etosha and its populous waterholes just around the corner, you've got a spectacular wildlife safari in the making.
Page last updated: 19 Jun 2013