The heart of Namutoni camp is the fort, which makes a very good photographic subject from all angles...

The fort no longer has bedrooms and now contains shops and the restaurant.

There is a swimming pool and a boma-bar called The 'Oboma Bush Bar'. The fort, swimming pool and chalets are all linked by a wooden walkway - this is not going to last with the hot Namibian sun!

The camp waterhole is visible from the viewing platform in the fort but is obstructed by reeds. The waterhole tends not to attract a lot of game so it is not our favorite. This is beacuse there are too many waterholes close to the camp (Klein-Namutoni, Koinachas, and Klein Okevi) where the animals tend to drink.

In addition to not attracting a lot of animals to the camp waterhole, we don't like the camp beacuse you are no longer permitted to climb to the top of the tower in the fort - you are limited to the viewing platform which is not high enough to provide good views of the surrounding area.

And when you arrive at the camp you cannot drive to your chalet or room - you must park in a parking area and then you are taken by golf cart to your unit. If you leave something behind in your car do enjoy the walk back to the parking area and then back to your chalet!

The new bush chalets have been ronovated and they are 5-star in terms of decor...

This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.

The photographs should be taken at the camp waterhole or close to the camp area - at waterholes such as Chudop, Kalkheuwel, Klein-Namutoni, Groot Okevi, Klein Okevi, Twee Palms, Okerfontein,Koinachas, Tsumcor, Aroe, Andoni or Stinkwater.

Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.

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Gemsbok kill - the clean-up squads. 
We were also at Namutoni last month (October 2010). The rains had just started but there were still many animals at the waterholes. Lions had killed a …

The Namutoni area is great for sightings 
We just returned from a wonderful week in Etosha. We stayed at Namutoni and didn't have to travel far from camp to see so many animals - Chudop waterhole …

Zebra at Twee Palms waterhole 
Many visitors to Namutoni don't go east of the camp - they tend to focus on the waterholes to the north and west yet the Twee Palms waterhole makes a very …

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