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Both campsites offer secluded pitches on the soft, red sand of the Kalahari, separated by bushes and trees. Each pitch has its own shower/toilet in the central ablution block, with hot and cold water. Free WLAN at central reception. The Waterberg Plateau Campsite is situated at the entrance of the valley near the main reception and comprises 20 pitches. shadow roof, barbecue and w...More info

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Situated on a hill in a wide valley of the Waterberg mountain range, the Waterberg Valley Lodge overlooks the green valley and the red mountain walls. The canvas walls of the affordable Econo Chalets give your overnight accommodation an outdoor-feel; a double ceiling keeps the interior cool. Every chalet has its own brick bathroom and a small patio. 5 double room chalets with canvas walls...More info

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Sossus Dune Lodge is located in Sesriem and is builty in an eco-friendly manner, primarily from wood, canvas and thatch. Accommodation at the lodge consists of 25 spacious chalets. 13 of the chalets have amazing views of the sand dunes and the other 12 afford guests with spectacular views of the mountains and the Sesriem Canyon. Chalets are linked by raised wooden walkways. All the chalets have...More info

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Doro Nawas rests on the edge of the dry Aba-Huab River overlooking ancient plains with glorious views of the rugged Damaraland area. The camp provides an excellent base for exploring in game drive vehicles and on foot, as well as excursions to view fascinating geological phenomena, petroglyphs – prehistoric rock engravings – and San rock art at Twyfelfontein, Namibia’s first World Heritage S...More info

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Situated in the heart of the Damaraland – surrounded by one of the most beautiful wilderness regions on earth – you will find a piece of paradise. Twyfelfontein Country Lodge is situated within a UNESCO world heritage site. The Twyfelfontein area, a very vulnerable and delicate ecosystem, is renowned for some of the best examples of San Rock Paintings and Engravings in Southern Afri...More info

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Also located on the Epacha Game Reserve is Eagle Tented Lodge & Spa. The eight standard tents and eight deluxe tents offer an unforgettable unique lodging experience. The main Lodge is buikt from natural rocks with thatched roofs.  Also here you are offered amazing views from the balcony of these tents and can enjoy a Namibian Sun set, which is like no other! The delux tents have...More info

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Dolomite Camp is located in the western part of the Etosha National Park, near the Dolomietpunt waterhole. It is the first camp to be built in this part of the park, opening a previously inaccessible part of the park. The camp is set amongst dolomite formations, ensuring game drives are conducted in one of the park's most scenic locations. Accommodation at the camp includes 12 west-facing singl...More info

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Okaukuejo Camp is located on a road that leads straight to the Etosha Park's Andersson Gate. It is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha and it serves as the adminstrative hub of the park. It is situated at the western end of the Etosha Pan. Accommodation at the camps includes a premier waterhole chalet which is a double story chalet with a balcony which overlooks the waterhole. There are two bedro...More info

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Etosha Aoba Lodge is within half an hours' drive from the eastern gate of the Etosha National Park, about 10km from the main lodge.  The lodge has an open-sided bar and dining area overlooking a waterhole and 24 hour main line electricity as well as free Wi-Fi connectivity. Accommodation at the lodge cosists of three bush suites which are ideal for families and have two bedrooms, one with a...More info

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Onguma The Fort overlooks the beautiful scarceness which is the Etosha Pans, dotted with wild animals and tons of Camelthorn trees. Upon arrival at The Fort, guests can immediately see a huge tower and also amazing views toward Etosha and Fisher's Pan. The Fort has an authentic African feel with a dash of Moroccan and Indian influences. Accommodation at The Fort consists of 12 mini suites which a...More info

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Etosha Mountain Lodge is located in the Kamanjab region of the Kunene Province, it borders both the south and western boundaries of the famous Etosha National Park and promises guests an unforgettable experience. The main part of the lodge includes a reception area, lounge, dining room, bar, swimming pool with a teak deck and a wine cellar stocked with the finest South African wines. Accommodati...More info

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Located in the western part of the Etosha National Park between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Resorts, Olifantsrus Campsite is a camping-only facility. The facility has ten campsites with five power stands. Each power stand is shared among two campsites. The campsites take a maximum of 8 pax per site. There are braai facilities for campers and flat bases to make fire. The camp opens at sunrise and clo...More info

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Namutoni is the closest camp to the Fischer's Pan where large numbers of waterbirds such as flamingos like to congregate.  Accommodation at the camp consists of either double rooms or bush chalets. There are 24 double rooms with en-suite with bath and a shower; mini-bar; air-conditioning; tea/coffee station; mosquito nets at the front and back doors. There are 20 bush chalets equipped with...More info

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Halali in Etosha National Park is surrounded by some of the most popular water holes in the Park. The resort's name is of German origin and is derived form the bugle call made to announce the end of a hunt. Halali has a secluded flood-lit waterhole which is a short walk from the camp. The resort's restaurant serves a buffet syle breakfast and guests can choose from an a la carte menu for lunch ...More info

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