Etosha National Park offers a wide selection of Accommodation and Camps. This accommodation varies from bush chalets, family chalets, premier accommodation and campsites. The park has six main camps. We explain more about what guests can experience at the wide variety of accommodation options.
The six Etosha camps are all run and managed by Namibian Wildlife Resorts, which is a government incentive for wildlife resorts in Namibia. The properties are all located near the main roads through the park.
It's a good idea to plan your route during your visit. You can also incorporate private lodges near Etosha National Park on the game reserves nearby. We can help you plan an exciting adventure through Namibia.
The Six Etosha Camps
- All these camps have bedded accommodation and designated camping sites.
- Restaurants are available with bar facilities.
- You can enjoy floodlit waterholes at all these camps.
- Swimming pools open.
- Twin room en-suite accommodation.
- Family rooms.
- Private rooms.
- Please make sure of the open gate and closing gate times.
- All camps are fenced.
- Power points, communal ablutions and BBQ facilities at the campsites.
- Only camping is available
- Guests have to bring their food
- It is the latest addition to the camps inside Etosha
- There is a waterhole with excellent photographic opportunities
- Lies between Okaukuejo and Dolomite in the northwest of Etosha
- Visit the northwest of the park and experience the outback of Etosha
- These are the latest edition of eco and exclusive camps inside Etosha National Park
- Excellent accommodation is available at these lodges
- Spectacular views
- Unique locations
The significant advantage of staying inside the park is the floodlit waterholes at each camp. You can also leave at the crack of dawn on a game drive. The early departure times will allow you to have a higher chance of discovering the wildlife of Namibia. Etosha has one of the most diverse bird habitats. Visit the Etosha National Park this season and enjoy the abundance of wildlife and birdlife of Namibia.
Etosha National Park is a large and vast conservation area. A minimum of two nights is required to experience the park. However, we do suggest four to six nights to travel through the park. A minimum of two nights at each of our camps will allow you to experience the magic of this unique region.
The Etosha accommodation and camping options are top-rated during the school holiday season. We recommend that you book your accommodation well in advance. Contact us and make your reservation in advance. Early reservations will secure your accommodation. The camps inside the park are very popular.
Dolomite Camp offers the best sunset and sunrise views in Etosha National Park. The elevated camp offer spectacular panaoramic photographic opportunities.
Okaukuejo Camp is perfectly located to make the most of your Etosha National Park camping experience. It's near a lookout tower and a very active waterhole.
Halali Camp is in the centre of Etosha Park. It is home to the moringa waterhole and the largest swimming pool in Etosha. Visit Halali this season.
Namutoni Camp is on the eastern edge of the Etosha pan. This old fort towers over the surroundings and providesa great look out point.
Olifantsrus Camp has great waterholes and is the latest addition to Etosha camping. Set between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Camp, in the north-west of the park.
Onkoshi Camp is one of the newer eco camps in Etosha National Park. It's and designed to blend in with the surroundings on the edge of the pan.