Ideal for individual travellers or groups, this campsite is super neat and tidy and offers everything you’d expect of a campsite plus you can make use of the lodge facilities, which are just a short walk away. Bonus.
Peace and quiet nestled in the mopane forest, unless an overland group has pulled up for the night, they can get loud in their numbers and the individual sites aren’t miles away, but usually they’re there to enjoy the tranquillity of the bush too so chances are you can all enjoy it together.
The sites are gravel covered, which means you won’t be traipsing sand into your tent and with a well laid out barbeque area for cooking and washing up you’re all sorted. Unless of course you prefer to dine at the lodge, why not? They offer an incredible buffet feast with options aplenty.
Out under the bright night skies, in the bush and wilderness, without having to rough it. This is what camping is all about.
4 individual campsites each with own private ablutions; showers with hot water; electricity; lights; braai area for cooking; wash up area and WiFi
2 group campsites which can accommodate 25 – 30 tents each. Shared ablutions (separate for ladies & gents); showers with hot water; electricity; lights; barbeque area; wash up area and WiFi
2 swimming pools with kiddies pool; bar; restaurant; big screen television; WiFi; fully stocked utility shop & curio shop.
Just 2km from the southern entrance gate into Etosha, this is one of the best locations of all campsites situate outside the park on this side of Etosha. The perfect place to set yourself up to explore one of the most prolific wildlife destinations in Namibia and one of the best National Parks in Africa.
Self-drive into the park, with the best times being early morning at sunrise and late afternoon before sunset.
If you prefer to do a guided game drive into the park in an open safari vehicle, you can book this at lodge reception or book a sundowner drive for something different. It’s always best to book in advance as this is subject to availability.