Namibia Hotels

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  • Chobe Savanna Lodge

    Chobe Savanna Lodge

    Caprivi Strip
    Situated in the Eastern Caprivi of Namibia, a peninsula on the northern bank of the Chobe River, Chobe Savanna Lodge overlooks the vast floodplains of the Chobe National Park's Puku Flats. Set in a classic African savanna environment with sweeping vistas, the focal point of the lodge is a thatched open sided lodge which commands a 270 degree view over the Chobe River ... and beyond to the Chobe National Park. The lodge accommodates just 24 guests to ensure your stay is as private and personal as possible and focuses oncomplete relaxtion and solace. The lodges consist of stylish thatched chalets, all with private decks, a combined bedroom / lounge area and en-suite bathrooms. All activities are conducted by residental professional guides, whose intimate knowledge will make for an unforgettable experience. Guests have a choice of boat excursions, ideal for close up encounters with wildlife along the rivers edge. Show More
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  • Damaraland Camp

    Damaraland Camp

    Damaraland
    The Damaraland Camp is situated in the Huab River Valley, one of the most pristine wilderness areas in Namibia, only 90km from Torra Bay in the Torra Conservancy. Damaraland Camp is one of the country's best camps, with sensational views of the surrounding desert plains, ancient valleys and soaring peaks of the Brandberg Mountains. This camp is proud to hold the WTT ...C Tourism for Tomorrow Conservation Award in 2005. This eco-friendly construction of Damaraland Camp has merged new technology with ancient methodology in an incredibly inventive manner. Another unique feature of this sustainable ecotourism venture is that it is owned and largely ran by the local community who has put forth their own distinctive optimism and cheerful nature into the Damaraland Camp experience. This unusual flavor comes from the mixed heritage of the local peoples. Accommodation at Damaraland Camp consists of 10 adobe-styled, thatched units each raised on individual wooden decking - part of which extends out to form a large viewing deck with magnificent vistas. Each tent has en-suite facilities (shower only), a walk-in dressing area and built-in fan. The spacious, thatched living area features a restaurant and bar, complete with fireplace. Guests can enjoy various activities at Damaraland Camp, featuring guided nature drives and walks. The delightful community comfort and hospitality will ensure you have a memorable stay. Show More
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  • Doro Nawas Camp

    Doro Nawas Camp

    Damaraland
    Doro Nawas Camp rests on a sparse, rocky knoll in the breathtaking Aba-Huab River Valley of Damaraland in north-western Namibia. The stark, rugged landscape of the Doro Nawas Conservancy is prime desert-adapted elephant country, with crystal clear night skies offering up incredible stargazing. By day Doro Nawas Camp commands spectacular views of the Etendeka Mountains ... to the north and the red sandstone cliffs of Twyfelfontein in the south. A World Heritage Site, the prehistoric rock art of the San at Twyfelfontein offers a fascinating insight into Africa's ancient heritage. Doro Nawas Camp provides an excellent base for self-drive and fly-in guests. Activities revolve around extensive game drives and exploratory hikes through this unparalleled landscape. A trip to the fascinating Twyfelfontein San art engravings is not to be missed. Namibia's first World Heritage Site, Twyfelfontein has the largest collection of petroglyphs (prehistoric rock art) in Africa. Visit the Damara Living Museum and learn about the fascinating traditional culture of the Damara people. This combination of Africa's past and present makes for a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Show More
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  • Etendeka Mountain Camp
    Etendeka Mountain Camp is located in the foothills of the Grootberg massif, in stunning scenery set amidst the ancient Etendeka lava flows of northern Damaraland. Here the ancient basalt has been slowly eroded over millennia, leaving scattered boulders lying upon dramatic flat-topped mountains. The emphasis at the Etendeka Mountain Camp is on Nature, this eco-friend ...ly camp bears testimony to many riches. Accommodation is in ten en-suite meru tents, which are connected by pathways to the main dining tent. Extensive use is made of solar power throughout, both in the kitchen and the guest bathrooms, as well as for general electricity requirements. Necessary comforts have not been overlooked though, and these include flush toilets, hot-and-cold running water and the stunning open-air “bucket” shower. Simple, fresh, wholesome meals are prepared, either on solar or on open fires, and enjoyed under African skies.All are relatively simple, and protected by a thatched roof. Your days here are spent exploring the area on foot and in open game drive vehicles with the exceptionally knowledgeable guides. This is not a fast paced safari, but rather a privileged introduction to an environment that holds many of Namibia’s unique natural attractions. Show More
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  • Andersson's Camp
    The newly-built Andersson's Camp is located in the Ongava Game Reserve, situated only 4.5kms from Etosha National Park's western gate. The Reserve is dominated by Mopane woodland, whilst a low range of dolomite hills, the Ondundozonanandana Range, provide relief to the otherwise flat surrounding area. Andersson's Camp is the ideal location for a comfortable, modern-da ...y exploration of both the Ongava Game Reserve and Namibia's Etosha Park. The Reserve has a healthy population of both black and white rhino. Populations of the endemic Anchieta's dwarf python, striped tree squirrel and a localized subspecies of rock hyrax, can also be found here. On either side of the main farmhouse are 20 new luxury tents for the guests comfort. Enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast and wonderful cuisine from the chef's 'a la carte' menu, wine and dine under the stars, have a drink or simply relax around the inviting camp fire. Show More
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  • Little Ongava

    Little Ongava

    Etosha
    The Little Ongava Lodge offers you the opportunity to take an african safari like no other, with first class travel, accommodation and catering, which ensures the luxury 5 star experience you are seeking. Ongava is one of the largest private game reserves in Namibia, covering over 125 square miles, yet the lodge takes great pride in ensuring the groups are small and ... experiences are personal. Only a limited number of visitors are taken at any one time, as by so doing the lodge can provide a level of service and a holiday experience, that is unmatched. The beauty of Ongava also lies in a vast array of plant life and vegetation, including the Mopane woodlands which is unique to this part of Namibia. Little Ongava, is located in the private 66,000 acre Ongava game reserve and shares a common boundary with the Etosha National Park, nestled on the crest of a hill with wonderful views of the plains below. Enjoy unrivalled privacy with only three spacious suites, each with a private plunge pool, en-suite bathroom, a sala, and outdoor shower with views of the waterhole in front of camp. Little Ongava's entertainment area lends itself to relaxed, stylish dining. A kaleidoscope of African wildlife can be seen at many of the water holes in the Park and the reserve has resident White and Black Rhino plus a healthy predator population. Guests share a dedicated guide, ensuring the optimum nature experience at one of Africa's great wilderness destinations.Show More
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  • Mushara Bush Camp
    Situated a mere 10 kilometers from the Von Lindequist gate of the world famous Etosha National Park. Accommodates 32 guest and 8 children in custom made tent like structures. Offers a down-to-earth tented bush camp experience which is well suited as an exceptional affordable base for independent travelers and families exploring the magical Etosha Pan National Park. Di ...nner, lunch and breakfast are served on the thatched verandah with the bush being a mere step away. Show More
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  • Mushara Lodge

    Mushara Lodge

    Etosha
    Located only 8kms from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern outskirts of the Etosha National Park, Mushara Lodge is ideally situated for travelers visiting the park. Our Lodge consists of ten spacious chalets, one family unit, a triple room two single rooms. The name Mushara derives from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree, which grows in abundance in the lodge grounds a ...nd the surrounding area. The thatched public area consists of a small library with a selection of good books, a bar with an extensive wine cellar, airy lounge with welcoming fireplace for winter evenings, a dining area and well stocked curio shop. Great attention has been paid to the décor, which is an electic blend of traditional African and modern art works combined with original paintings.Show More
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  • Mushara Outpost
    The Mushara Outpost is situated a mere 6 miles from the Von Lindequist gate of the world famous Etosha National Park. The Mushara Outpost accommodates 16 guests in custom made tent like structures, of wood and canvas which are nestled on the banks of an ancient dry river bed known to the locals as an ” omaramba”. The Mushara Outpost is all about old fashioned hospital ...ity with warm, friendly and personalized service on the door step to the magical Etosha Pan National Park. The lodge house is styled on an old farm house, tall walls, corrugated iron roof with a large wrap around veranda. The ambiance is that of a well lived in house, friendly, extremely comfortable with a light feel to it.Show More
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  • Okaukuejo

    Okaukuejo

    Etosha
    Located 17 km from the southern entrance of the park, and famous for its flood-lit waterhole, where visitors can observe at close quarters as spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting. The main attraction of this camp is that it overlooks a permanent waterhole, which is floodlit at night. Here a wide diversity of wildlife congregates and interacts. The spect ...acle starts at dawn, with animals coming in large numbers to quench their thirst. The excitement continues throughout the day and deep into the night. In the early evenings, it is not uncommon to have black rhinoceros, elephant and lion, all drinking at the same time. Show More
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