It was lovely to camp directly next to the dam. The staff is very friendly and welcoming. However, we drove around on the farm, which was fun, however it is a pity to see that the animals are terrified of the cars approaching and run away as soon as you come close. Otherwise it was a lovely stay.
We only stayed for one night at Omatozu Safari camp and thoroughly it. We had an excellent campsite with our own ablution facilities, which were fantastically clean. We also enjoyed the swimming pool.The staff was also very friendly. The only downside was the price of beer - N$38 per bottle!!!
The self-drive safari was unreal! We were able to see giraffe, zebra, kudo, springbok, warthogs, and impala in a natural and beautiful setting. The staff are all multi-talented, customer-focused, and passionate. The tents are spacious, clean, and cozy! Arthur took the time to share his passion for Omatozu and how much devastation the drought has brought to not only his property, but all of the country. Even with the noticeable impacts of the drought, Omatozu was a perfect oasis where we enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere, dinner with a view, and a beer at sunset! Thank you for sharing your home with us and letting us experience a bit more of wonderful Namibia!
Due to the small size of the resort it is quite and relaxed. If you want you can make a game drive in your own car for a small fee. The facilities are clean and the site is very spacious. The service is friendly
We liked the location and the facilities of the camp site, which is situated on a farm a short drive from the main road. The site is large, has its own bathroom, fire place and wooden screen for privacy. One can do birdwatching at the small waterhole adiacent to the camp site. The facilities were clean and even the sand was swept clean. On the way to the camp we met 3 girrafes. The camp is conveniently located on the way from Windhoek to Etosha.