Dolomite Camp is one of the finest camps for a safari in Namibia's Etosha National Park.
Dolomite Camp is located in the western part of Etosha National Park, Namibia's premier safari area. This national park, which is roughly the size of Switzerland, affords guests the opportunity to spot some of Africa's rarest animals, like the desert black rhino and the black-faced impala. Etosha is a photographer's dream where a great number of different species can often be viewed and photographed around the many water holes scattered throughout the park.
Perched on a dolomite outcrop, the camp offers sweeping views of the plains of Etosha. Twenty permanent canvas tents built on wooden decks, each under a thatched roof, accommodate guests in the lap of luxury. All tented rooms have en suite facilities and are tastefully decorated with local art.
Central facilities include a reception, guest lounge and fireside boma as well as two restaurant areas and a large swimming pool. The area surrounding the camp is home to no fewer than ten waterholes that attract a great abundance of different animal species with large herds of zebra and wildebeest often dotting the landscape.
Dolomite Camp has a grand setting on a hill with sweeping views over Etosha. The camp is operated by the Namibian government, and it must be said that the camps in Namibia's national parks are of a higher standard than those in South Africa.Read More
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