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Olifantsrus Camp
N$100.00 per night
Located in the Etosha National Park. The facility has 10 campsites, with power points, that take a maximum of 8 pax per site. There are no braai facilities for campers. The key attaraction is the double storey state of the art hide in front of a man made waterhole engineered for peaceful game viewing.
Sesriem
N$100.00 per night
The Sesriem Campsite is located by the Sesriem canyon, which marks the gateway to the globally renowned Sossusvlei inside the world's oldest desert ā€“ the Namib. The camp is located on a breathtaking landscape, with mountains to the east and dunes to the west. The nearby dunes are only a few hundred meters away and easily accessible by foot.
Halali
N$100.00 to N$600.00 per night
Halali Camp is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, nestled amongst shady Mopane trees in Namibia's legendary Etosha National Park. The thick vegetation in the area makes it a popular draw to leopards, rhinos and elephants. Some of the most popular waterholes of the park are located in close proximity to Halali.
Hobas
N$100.00 to N$600.00 per night
Hobas Camp is located in the /Ai-/Ais / Richtersveld Transfrontier Park, near Fish River Canyon, one of the largest canyons in the world and the main attraction in Southern Namibia. Hobas campsite sits at the start of the 90 km long Fish River Canyon Hiking Trail.
Namutoni
N$100.00 to N$600.00 per night
Built into an old German Historic Fort built in 1897, Namutoni Camp is the perfect setting for a cultural adventure African savannah. It is located in the eastern part of the Etosha National Park in close proximity to the Fisher's Pan - a hotspot for birders.The romantic fort overlooks the floodlit King Nehale Waterhole from which visitors can enjoy views of wildlife without leaving the camp.
Okaukuejo
N$100.00 to N$600.00 per night
Okaukuejo Camp is the most accessible camp in Etosha National Park from Windhoek. The camp is most famous for its floodlit waterhole, where visitors can observe a variety of wildlife at close quarters ā€“ both during the day and at night. Lions, elephants, and black rhinos are all very common sightings.
Popa Falls
N$100.00 to N$600.00 per night
Popa Falls Camp is a gateway to the northeastern corner of Namibia and home to perennial rivers, magnificent indigenous woodlands, riverine forests, floodplains and reed-lined channels. The camp is located on the Kavango River, and the falls are accessible by foot from here.
Dolomite
N$600.00 per night
Dolomite Camp is located in a previously restricted scenic area in the western region of Etosha National Park, rich in biodiversity due to the absence of mainstream tourism. The dolomite formations in the area give the camp its name and provide a lush vista.
Onkoshi
N$600.00 per night
Located in seclusion, on the rim of the majestic Etosha Salt Pan and far away from the public self-drive routes, Onkoshi provides a beautiful escape within the Etosha National Park. The 15 freestanding chalets (30 beds) overlook the vast pan, which is home to a variety of exotic wildlife, including a crowd of pink flamingos and 4 of the big 5 game in the rainy season.
Terrace Bay
N$600.00 per night
Terrace Bay is an angler's paradise offering an exceptional coastal experience inside the famous Skeleton Coast Park in Northwest Namibia. The camp is located on the coast, set in an undisturbed and peaceful spot, surrounded by the majestic dunes of the northern Namib Desert.
Sossus Dune
N$600.00 per night
Sossus Dune Lodge is built in an eco-friendly manner to resemble a traditional Namibian village. Located inside the Namib-Naukluft National Park, the lodge boasts 25 spacious chalets, each offering a view of either the mountains and Sesriem Canyon or the spectacular dunes.