One of the world’s best and most popular destinations for wildlife enthusiasts, Etosha provides a range of accommodation options to suit the needs of any adventurer. There are three main camps; Okaukuejo, Namutoni and Halali, which can be accessed via Von Lindequist and Andersson Gate.
Inside the Park
All these camps offer self-catering accommodation as well as camping facilities, swimming pools, braai facilities, restaurants, shops, petrol stations and floodlit waterholes.
Guests need to be totally self-sufficient when booking into these camps as they do not provide cutlery or crockery.
Two newer and smaller camps, Dolomite and Onkoshi, feature some of the best scenery in the park, exclusive game viewing, five star dining and attentive personal service. Dolomite camp is located in the restricted area of western Etosha. This area is only open to registered Namibian tour operators with special permission and guests who are staying at Dolomite camp.
All the rest camps in Etosha are managed and controlled by Namibia Wildlife Resorts.
All the camps in Etosha now offer morning, afternoon and night drives under the auspices of professional rangers who will guide and advise you as you discover the secrets of Etosha.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like help in organizing your trip to Etosha National Park.
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