Spacious, luxury campsite hideout with pool and green surroundings

Our team is hard at work, building an additional camp site on the Reserve not even 3km from the Von Lindequist Gate. The new site will boast a large reception area with small supply store and snack restaurant. The main areas are built with a view over a lovely waterhole, which will ensure there is always something to see. Camp sites will be spread out around the main complex and there will be ablution and cooking facilities allocated to each camp site. Most of the 25 stands will have individual ablution and cooking facilities, and some are designed to share a facility between two sites for parties that are travelling together. We will be accommodating those who want more privacy as well as those travelling in small groups of two or three tents. During the day - explore Etosha Park, and at night, relax in the midst of a Reserve where elephant, rhino, lion and plains game roam freely. Nothing beats identifying animal calls while sitting around your roaring campfire.

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Sustainability Rating
Environmental Impact
3.5
Economic Impact
3.3
Socio-cultural Impact
4.2

Best time to go to Etosha National Park

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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!

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