Villa Mushara comprises two exquisite villas for complete privacy and the utmost in luxury. Although you may be reluctant to leave the day bed, we recommend you take one or two game drives into Etosha National Park.
Just 8km from Etosha National Park and you couldn't be further from the rugged wilderness of one of Africa's greatest game reserves. Villa Mushara - an addition to the lavish Mushara Lodge - is your personal paradise in the bush and a place where privacy, luxury and total relaxation are the paramount pursuits.
Comprising two secluded private villas, decked out in finest African chic, every detail has withstood scrutiny from designer Heidrun Diekmann and the result is flawless. Large verandahs have designer plunge pools, recliners and a thatched-roofed day bed from where you can watch the wildlife munch its way past.
Inside is 140 square metres of refined luxury. A large lounge with fireplace, library and music centre leads off to the en suite double bedroom with separate toilet and an outdoor shower. With private dining, personal rangers and butlers, comfort, luxury and graceful ease of living are taken care of. Just don't forget you are near Etosha.
Two private villas; plunge pool; sala; lounge; fireplace; library; en suite bathroom; air conditioning; outdoor shower; mini bar; music centre; butler; private dining; personal game ranger; airstrip
The Mushara Collection now has a four safari lodge options in eastern Etosha, each offering a different level of luxury and price: Mushara Lodge is the original safari lodge; Villa Mushara is the ultra-luxurious and exclusive annex to the main lodge; Mushara Outpost offers sophisticated and affordable safari lodge accommodation and Mushara Bush Camp is a luxury family lodge.
Lazing on the day bed by the pool; guided game drives to Etosha
Daily guided safaris will provide a fascinating experience and insight into why Etosha is regarded as one of the best game viewing destinations in Africa: waterholes. Skirting an enormous salt pan the natural waterholes attract the park's hundreds of species of mammals, birds and reptiles. All you have to do is pick a suitably picturesque spot, get comfortable and watch the spectacle unfold.
Page last updated: 6 Nov 2012