Set between mopane trees near Etosha National Park, Etosha Safari Camp is a relaxed, cozy and colorful camp that pays homage to the spirit of Africa with its unique designs and furnishings.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of fifty charming twin-bedded chalets. Each room features an open-plan bedroom with air-conditioning, intriguing art, comfortable furniture, and an in-room safe. The en suite bathroom features a sink, shower with an elephant tiled-mosaic, and a flush toilet. There are also triple rooms and four-bedded family rooms available. In addition, every room has its own small veranda furnished with chairs and a table allowing guests to relax and enjoy the views.
The camp is located near the Andersson Gate to Etosha National Park. Covering more than 8,600 square miles, Etosha National Park in north-central Namibia is one of Africa’s largest parks and greatest wildlife viewing spots. The park is named for and dominated by the Etosha Pan, a salt desert that is nearly completely barren in the dry winter months. Perennial springs along the edges of the pan create natural waterholes that draw daily concentrations of wildlife and wildfowl. The many waterholes attract a host of animals including lions, elephants, springboks, gemsboks, giraffes, and more will come by the hundreds. At night, floodlights on the water holes illuminate the nocturnal doings of lions, cheetah, elephants, and rhinos. During summer, the rains turn the saltpan into a shallow lake that attracts thousands of migratory birds, most notably pelicans and flamingos.