Sitting on the banks of dry riverbed, Mushara Outpost provides luxury accommodations within minutes of Namibia’s iconic Etosha National Park.
Accommodating up to sixteen guests, Mushara Outpost has eight custom-made wood and canvas tents on brightly varnished wooden decks raised about 1.5 meters above the ground, creating a unique perspective from which to experience the bush. A large glass sliding door leads into the tent, and all windows and doors are covered with fly-screens. Floor to ceiling windows allow for air circulation at night, while air conditioning makes even the warm afternoons pleasant. The open plan bathroom has a ceiling fan, two large windows, and a separate enclosed toilet. The shower cubicle is glass from top to bottom, and when the canvas is unzipped there is an “al fresco” feel to the shower. Mini-bar, coffee and tea making facilities, safe deposit box, telephone, mosquito net, electrical outlets, and hair dryer are all standard amenities.
The camp is only six miles from the Von Lindequist gate on the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park, so access to Etosha is quick and easy. Known for its vast size and easy accessibility, Etosha National Park boasts 114 mammal species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species, 340 bird species, and even one species of fish. In addition to which, Etosha contains the awe-inspiring Etosha Pan, a salt pan formed over many years ago by a slow drying lake. The pan is so large it can be seen from space.