Onkoshi Camp

National Park Camp | Etosha | Namibia Onkoshi Camp is on the rim of the Etosha Pan. The camp is eco-friendly and is exceptional for bird-watching during the wet season.

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From: POA
Rating | Personal and Comfortable

Highlights & What to Expect

  • The camp is located on the edge of the Etosha salt pan, with stunning views and a tranquil setting.
  • Elephants, rhinos, lions, cheetahs, and antelope, including gemsbok, springbok, kudu, eland, red hartebeest, springbok, and black-faced impala, are often seen near camp.
  • Daily open 4x4 game drives led by seasoned rangers are conducted from camp.
  • Birding is one of the highlights at Onkoshi, as the pan attracts thousands of birds during the wet season.
  • Sunsets over this often harsh landscape are indeed a sight to behold.
  • Night drives offer the opportunity to view nocturnal animals like brown hyenas, leopards, bush babies, and porcupines.

Location & Setting

Onkoshi Camp lies on the edge of the Etosha Pan in the heart of Etosha National Park in northern Namibia. It overlooks the expansive saltpan, a unique geological feature. The drive from Windhoek is too far for a single day. It is recommended that guests stay overnight halfway between Windhoek and Onkoshi.


There are fifteen chalets built on wooden stilts, fourteen Onkoshi chalets, and a honeymoon chalet. The stilted construction of the chalets offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the surroundings. Rooms are comfortable, en-suite, and air-conditioned. Each has a private deck where guests can relax and enjoy the views.


The camp's inviting pool area is the ideal place to relax and bask in the sun. Drinks and snacks are served from the bar area. The main area features a spacious lounge, indoor and outdoor dining areas, a sunset deck, and a small souvenir shop. Laundry service and room service are available on request.






Swimming Pool


Game Drives

Bird Watching

Night Drives