Etosha National Park offers accommodation in comfortable national park camps as well as at luxury private lodges.
Dolomite camp consists of luxury en suite safari tents built on a dolomite outcrop in the restricted western section of the Etosha National Park. The camp offers splendid views of the surrounding plains and very comfortable accommodation in Namibia's grandest national park.
Etosha Safari Camp offers comfortable safari accommodation right on the edge of Namibia's famous Etosha National Park. The chalets are spread out for privacy and enjoys beautiful views across this unique wilderness.
Etosha Village is 2km from Andersson Gate and provides affordable accommodation on the edge of Etosha National Park. The cozy rooms have warm, inviting interiors, combining rustic and luxury elements for an authentic experience.
Little Ongava is the most luxurious accommodation available in Etosha National Park. The handful of glass-fronted suites overlook a vast wilderness area. These accommodations include private viewing decks, lavish lounges, free-standing baths and outdoor showers.
Namutoni Camp is set in the eastern part of the Etosha National Park. The camp offers comfortable accommodation in en suite rooms and is somewhat unique in the fact that it is built around an old German Fort. A few restaurants, a small shop and a swimming pool add to guests' comfort.
Okaukuejo is the oldest of the camps located inside the Etosha National Park. It is easily accessible from the southern gate of Etosha. Okaukuejo overlooks a floodlit waterhole, where an abundance of mammals can be seen especially during the dry season.
Ongava Lodge hosts twelve luxury en suite chalets in a private reserve on the border of Etosha National Park. The lodge’s elevated position ensures grand views of the surrounding landscape. The buildings have been constructed with rock, thatch and canvas.
Onguma Tented Camp is a five star Namibia safari lodge which offers guests access to a private game reserve that fringes Etosha National Park. Game drives are conducted twice a day. The seven permanent tents boast panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness.