For convenience, with the Etosha Park entrance nearby and a shop and fuel station on site, it couldn’t be easier. If you don’t want to self-cater or you simply want to take something to nibble while on a day drive in the park, the farm-style takeaways are delicious with a cold beverage and some ice for the cooler to top it off.
The campsites are shaded with designated paved areas to set up camp. It’s clean and tidy and you have your own private ablutions. There’s a swimming pool too and a waterhole that overlooks the Etosha plains.
Camping is about the adventure, but no one said you had to rough it. For a campsite this leans to the more comfortable end of the scale. You’re still sleeping in a tent but living is made easy with your own BBQ facilities and wash-up area. Relax. Take a load off. Head off to enjoy the game sightings.
8 individual campsites each with own private open-air bathrooms (shower, toilet and basin); hot and cold running water; power outlets; lights; free-standing BBQ facilities; shaded area with wash basin.
4 group campsites with separate ladies and gents ablution facilities (shower, toilet and basin); hot and cold running water; power outlets; lights; BBQ area for cooking.
Swimming pool; waterhole; fuel station; tyre workshop; shop and curios.
Explore Etosha National Park on your own. The gate opens at sunrise and closes at sunset. Spend all day in the park if you like. Enjoy the numerous waterholes. Keep your eyes peeled.
Etosha Trading Post doesn’t offer any activities itself, but if you’d prefer a guided game drive, you can book activities at Etosha Village, the sister lodge just 5,5 kilometres down the road. Take a guided game drive in an open safari vehicle, enjoy a sundowner drive or even some stargazing.
You’re here for the wildlife, so you might as well make the most of it, however you decide.