We stayed one night at the camp site but were not really impressed. It is pretty close to the Anderson gate but the camp site itself is rather large and more adapted to groups than couples travelling. At the reception itself, the receptionists were not quite interested in us as camp site guests. It reminded us of packed camping in Europe and did not have the spaciousness of Namibian camp sites. Also the ablution blocks were shared and not too clean. The buffet dinner at the Camp restaurant was, however, quite nice but again not spectacular. The bar itself had a nice atmosphere with live musice before dinner. Also good to know: if you want to see any black rhinos, you have to be in the park after closing of the gate. So, if that is what you want then you have to book something in Etosha itself. Simply try the office there if you were not able to prebook. We were lucky and able to change our second night at the camp site into a spot at Okakeujo. The rhinos were worth taking the loss of one preserved camp site night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Guests rave about the view: the restaurant and chalets, situated on a hillock, offer magnificent views of the African bush savannah. All of the 65 double room chalets have air conditioners and mosquito nets, and a choice of three swimming pools between them. Apart from the restaurant and bar there is a wooden platform for sundowners high above the Mopani bush. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp Hotel Etosha National Park
- Etosha Safari Lodge And Camp