A National Park since 1907, Etosha has some 144 mammal species, 340 types of bird and 110 different reptiles. Come between the months of May and September for some of the best game viewing in Africa, retiring to one of the luxury camps that now pepper the vast plains.
Accommodation in Etosha
As close to being an actual hotel as these outpost lodges get, this elegant property is just a few miles from the gate of the Etosha National Park. The service and atmosphere is decidedly traditional, and you’ll feel yourself transported back decades but with every modern convenience. The tents have their own raised wooden decks […]
Located on the private Onguma Reserve, near the eastern entrance gate of Etosha National Park, Onguma – The Fort (also known as Onguma Plains Camp) is Onguma’s flagship property and is a fabulous luxurious base from which to explore Etosha National Park. Although it shares the reserve with its sister properties, including Onguma Bush Camp […]
Ongava Lodge is in the privately owned Ongava Game Reserve, along the southern boundary of Etosha National Park. Ongava is the ideal place from which to base your activities when visiting Etosha. Accommodation comprises twelve air-conditioned brick, rock and thatch chalets, each with en-suite facilities. Game drives are in open 4×4 vehicles into the Okaukeujo […]
Lying on the border of Etosha National Park in the Ongava Game Reserve, these eight spacious tents look like they grew organically out of the woodlands. All home comforts are provided, and the camp even has its own plunge pool. Game drives are the main activity, with lion, elephant and cheetah all close by.
Epacha Game Lodge & Spa is located adjacent to Etosha in the 21 000 ha private Epacha Game Reserve. Each en-suite chalet has its own private balcony, complete with a gorgeous view across the reserve. All chalets have A/C and are furnished with antiques & decorated in subdued, relaxing colors. You can relax in the […]