Onguma Treetop Camp
Onguma Treetop Camp is like a permanent game viewing hide at canopy level in a thicket of acacia trees overlooking a large waterhole.
But this is no wooden bench with a peephole through a musty wall of reeds. Treetop Camp, for all its rustic proximity to nature, is a high-class luxury safari ensemble that delivers both an exceptional game-viewing safari and exclusive luxury accommodation with total seclusion with more than a hint of excitement.
Raised on stilts, the four-roomed safari lodge is a few metres from a large waterhole in Onguma Private Reserve, which is on the edge of Etosha National Park. Connected by elevated walkways, the gnarled wooden construction, thatched roof and canvas sides are a quirky caricature of the Etosha wilderness.
Fully inclusive accommodation; four large elevated suites with thatched roofs and tented sides; en suite bathrooms with open-air showers; private viewing deck overlooking the waterhole; lounge and dining area
Birding and game viewing at Onguma Treetop waterhole; guided game drives and nature walks in Onguma Private Reserve; private guided safari in Etosha National Park.
Onguma Private Game Reserve is 200 sq km of African plains. Bordering on Etosha National Park, Onguma opens up natural migration paths for many of the great plains species of southern Africa including lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, kudu, giraffe, eland, oryx, hartebeest, zebra, impala and over 300 bird species. Treetop Camp also offers guided day trips into Etosha Park.
Page last updated: 6 Sep 2013