Spacious campsite hideout with a pool and bush surroundings

With ample space to set up your tent or park your car, the Onguma Tamboti Campsite offers additional resources to complete your time outdoors with a flavour of comfort, solitude and peace. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, interpretive bush walks, and restock from the small supply store nearby. For picturesque evenings, guests can delight in delicious meals while gazing at the porch-side waterhole at the restaurant. Explore Etosha National Park, where elephants, rhinos, lions, and plains game roam. At night, relax and sit around a campfire, listening to the sounds of nature.

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Best time to go to Etosha National Park

The perfect time to visit Etosha National Park is during the dry winter months between May and September. The lack of rainfall means that Etosha’s animals tend to gather around the waterholes en masse, meaning many fantastic sightings. The park sports less dense bush in the winter months, allowing easier viewing opportunities of wildlife. The wet season spans from November to April. During this time, animals scatter throughout the park as water sources may not be scarce, allowing pink flamingos and pelicans to flock to the shallow-filled pan, making for some vividly-contrasting photographs!


Camp Site

The Camp Sites are spread out around the main complex, and there are ablution and cooking facilities allocated to each camp site. A large reception area has a small supply store as well as a restaurant. The main areas are built to have a view over a waterhole.

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