Overlooking the King Nehale Waterhole, the viewing deck, white-washed walls and turrets of the old German fort that surround the Namutoni Camp form an interesting, unique setting for time spent on in The Etosha National Park.
With two restaurants keeping the active guests well fed, a bar for sundowner drinks and a swimming pool to cool off, along with the small waterhole, the camp has provides plenty of comfort when you return from a day of game drives or bird-watching.
There are two options for accommodation.Firstly the 20 spacious, bush chalets come with two beds, en-suite facilities, private outdoor shower and a patio and secondly the 24, comfortable, double rooms are also en-suite and have private spaces outside.
Situated on the eastern side of Etosha pan, just inside the von Lindequist entrance to Etosha National Park.
While most visitors to this resort will be self-driving the Etosha National Park, the lodge can also offer guided game drives, both day and night drives. Fishers Pan close by is an excellent water bird spotting destination.
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