Anderssons Camp is an intimate lodge located in a beautifully refurbished homestead. Named after Charles Andersson, the Swedish explorer who first wrote about Etosha Pan, the lodge is set against a backdrop of dolomite hills and overlooks a busy watering hole frequented by Namibian wildlife, including black and white rhino. There is a total of 20 safari tents perched on raised wooden decks, each with their own open bathroom with metal bath tubs and solar heated showers. Spend your days relaxing around the lodge’s generously sized swimming pool or enjoy a choice of game viewing activities. Organised game drives into Etosha are available during the day while night drives are offered within Ongava Game Reserve (both reserves are perfectly suited for self-drives). With over 450 species of birds in the area, Anderssons Camp is a fantastic destination for bird watching and nature walks.
Dining is enjoyed in the restaurant’s lapa area. A breakfast buffet is served daily and lunch and dinner can be ordered from the a la carte menu. Have dinner under the stars or savour a drink around the open campfire.
Waterhole with a water-level hide
Private viewing deck
Wi-Fi service in the lounge
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