A 22,270 square kilometre game reserve situated in the north,
dominated by a huge mineral pan providing a white, shimmering landscape.
Etosha is a sanctuary for black and white rhinos, large herds of
elephants, lions and other animals and birds which often congregate
around the waterholes that are scattered around the edges of the pan.
This down-to-earth, traditional tented bush camp is an ideal destination for families and perfect for exploring the national park.
Anderssons's Camp provides an ideal location for exploration of the Etosha National Park or Ongava Game Reserve.
The Eagle Tented Camp and Spa provides breathtaking views over the surrounding mountains & valleys.
Old fashioned hospitality with warm and friendly service on the doorstep to the wonders of Etosha National Park.
Ongava is one of the largest private game reserves in Namibia, covering over 324 square kilometres, yet the experience 'small and personal'.
In the shade of the jacaranda trees, embedded in a lush garden lies this small, affordable and friendly haven. This is a perfect place to relax and rejuvenate before you embark on your next journey.
The Etosha Safari Camp is nestled among mopane trees and imparts a feeling of living in the lap of African nature.
Situated on a hillock about 2 km from the Etosha National Park, it affords magnificent views across tree-covered hills towards the park.
Halali Rest Camp is a simple but comfortable camp surrounded by some of the most popular waterholes in the Etosha National Park.
Mokuti Lodge boasts unique African charm combined with international standards of luxury.
Okaukuejo Camp is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha and it currently functions as the administrative hub of the park, and the home of the Etosha Ecological Institute.
Not only is Okonjima a luxury lodge, it is also home to the AfriCat Foundation, a non-profit organisation committed to long term conservation of Namibia's large carnivores, especially cheetahs and leopards.