Etosha Safari Camp is ideally situated on the C38 which is only 10km from the Anderson Gate – making it the perfect stop if you want to visit Etosha National Park.
It is located on the
same property as Etosha Safari Lodge and can be seen from the main road.
lodge gives you a look into the culture and history of the African
people. It gives you the feeling of a true African Shebeen. It has a lovely atmosphere and will intrigue you at every
The main entrance leads to a large curio shop which is fully stocked with African arts and crafts made by the locals.
When walking through the lodge you feel like you are taking a stroll through a little township- and that is the whole theme of this lovely camp.
Oshebeena bar is something you must experience - it is a typical township bar
with loads of history on the walls and a great place to savor the history of
the African people.
A special attraction is the Okambashu restaurant, during the winter months one can eat inside in one of the many different little rooms, each with their own name.
those hot summer months you can enjoy lovely meals outside in the central
boma is in the center of the courtyard and every night there is a local 3-man
band playing for the guests. The music is fantastic and gives such a wonderful atmosphere
while you eat.
And there is of course a bar, called the 'Down Corruption Bar'...
Covered verandas with murals on the walls form the outer circle to the courtyard.
Starters and dessert are brought to your table while the main meal is buffet style inside near the old train coach.
We had a wonderful dinner and thoroughly enjoyed the live entertainment.
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are 50 chalets nestled around the main lodge in among the mopane trees. They
are quite a walk from the main lodge therefore golf carts are used for people
who cannot walk the distance or you can use your own car to get to the chalets.
are all beautifully decorated in simple ethnic style, with en-suite bathrooms,
mosquito nets, tea and coffee station and a small veranda for viewing the
We loved the unique showers and murals on the floors and walls.
There is also a camping site available, which lies between the two lodges and this is a perfect base for daily safaris into Etosha. The camp site has full ablutions and electricity.
At night you will be entertained by live music and by day you can relax around to swimming pool that is next to the courtyard or take a trip into the famous Etosha National Park.
Like Etosha Safari Lodge there are two guided game drives per day, or a full day in the park or you can do a self-drive safari.
"It's 768 pages of the most amazing information. It consists of, well, everything really. Photography info...area info...hidden roads..special places....what they have seen almost road by road. Where to stay just outside the Park...camp information. It takes quite a lot to impress me but I really feel that this book, which was 7 years in the making, is exceptional." - Janey Coetzee, founder of CAROK (Camps and Roads of Kruger) South Africa
"Having a passion for the region itself and having to know about all dynamics, water holes and ideal roads for a period of 6 years - I wish I had this guide on my first trip already!" - Morkel Erasmus, Secunda, South Africa
"Mario and Jenny take you to places that are not always visited, and their descriptions of the more remote camps will allow you to make an informed decision without wasting time and money" - Bob & Sherry Shepardson, DeBary, Florida, USA
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"I highly recommend the book to anyone visiting Etosha National Park to photograph the animals - or anyone considering an African photography safari in the future." - Anne Darling, Cognac, France
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