ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK
Namutoni camp is on the eastern side of Etosha and derives its name from the old German fort. The presence of the fort gives Namutoni more character than the other rest camps in Etosha. Namutoni is the closest to Fisher’s Pan. The pan is a renown wonderland of water birds in the wet season including breeding flamingos.
The Fort overlooks the King Nehale waterhole. It is the hub of activity in Namutoni. There are two restaurants, a relaxation lounge, a bar, crafts boutique, curio shop, and bookstore.
An elevated decked walkway along the water-hole provides views of the surrounding scenery, wildlife, and spectacular sunsets.
Chudob: Fed by an artesian fountain this waterhole has a floating reed island. You should find Eland here along with Giraffe, Elephant, Warthog and Black Faced Impala.
Groot Okevi: Ground water level spring. Elephant, Gemsbok, Kudu, even cheetah and Leopard.
Kalkheuwel: A favoured waterhole of photographers. You can get good close-ups of the animals at this busy waterhole. There is Lots of game here and also a great birding waterhole. Common sightings are bateleur eagle, black-breasted snake eagle, tawny eagle and the black (yellow billed) kite.
Klein Okevi: Groundwater level spring. Black Faced Impala, Elephant, Giraffe, Lion, Kudu, Gemsbok, Zebra and even Cheetah are typical at this waterhole.
Klein Namutoni: An artesian spring about 2km south of the camp. Excellent game viewing especially early morning and late afternoon. Popular with Elephant, Giraffe, Kudu, Gemsbok, Kudu, Black Faced Impala, Zebra. Don’t miss taking a tour around Dikdik drive where you have a good chance of spotting the tiny and often elusive Damara Dikdik.
Koinkas: Game reasonably frequents fed by an artesian fountain.
Namutoni: An artesian spring on the western side of the camp. Dense reeds.
Ngobib: The waterhole is in a hollow. Not very visible, but does attract Elephant, gemsbok, kudu zebra cheetah and leopard.
Okerfontein: A strong contact spring on the edge of the pan. Not very popular, but lion and cheetah are regular visitors to this spring.
Tsumcor: Busy waterhole. You should see plenty of animals here. Good photography.
Twee Palms: Picturesque, Makalani Palms, don’t miss the closing gate at Namutoni.
NOTICE: Plastic Bag usage within the National parks:
Namibia Wildlife Resorts would like to inform you that no plastic bags in the park within all Namibia National Parks. Therefore, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism personnel will remove any plastic bags that might be in your possessions. Help us fight the synthetic war.
|MINIMUM STAY:||1 night|
Game Drive Times in Etosha National Park.
|Accommodation||Jul 18 - Oct 18||Nov 18 - June 19||July 19 - Oct 19|
|Double Rooms p.p sharing||NAD 1190||NAD 1200||NAD 1500|
|Single Rates||NAD 1330||NAD 1200||NAD 1650|
|Bush Chalets 2 Beds||NAD 1430||NAD 1400||NAD 1750|
|Single Rates||NAD 1570||NAD 1400||NAD 1900|
|Camping max 8 per site|
|per site||NAD 280||N/A||N/A|
|per person||NAD 170||300||NAD 350|
|Guided Morning Drives||NAD 620||NAD 650.||NAD 650.|
|Guided Afternoon Drives||NAD 620||NAD 650.||NAD 650|
|Night Drives||NAD 730||NAD 750.||NAD 750|