ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
Andersons camp is named after the Swedish explorer Charles Anderson who first “discovered” the Etosha Pan along with Sir Francis Galton in 1851. They were hunters and trekked yearly to this region for their annual exploration hunt.
The camp is a former farmstead which has been rebuilt to serve as the main area of the camp. The camp has 20 tents which stretch out into the Mopane woodland. It is the perfect tented camp accommodation if you are looking to enjoy the private game reserve of ongava and need quick access to the park.
Andersons camp is close to the Etosha National Park entrance and is easily accessible by self-drive or guided game drives offered by the lodge.
|MINIMUM STAY:||1 night|
|Accommodation||1 Dec 2017 - June 2017||June 2017 - Nov 2017|
|Anderssons camp Fully inclusive||N$4636||N$6181|
|Anderssons camp Single supplement||N$5795||N$7726|
|Anderssons camp Child||N$1623||N$2163|
|Anderssons camp DBB||N$2373||N$2704|
|Anderssons camp DBB single supplement||N$2966||N$3380|
|Anderssons camp DBB Child||N$831||N$1758|