Located in the acclaimed Ongava Game Reserve, south of Etosha National Park, this camp overlooks a nearby waterhole where animals congregate to drink.
Constructed from stone, canvas and thatch, Ongava Tented Camp accommodates 16 guests in eight large, comfortable, Meru-style tents – all with en suite facilities, open air showers and private verandahs. You can relax around the main area with its bar and swimming pool, watching wildlife at the waterhole. The reserve shares a boundary with Etosha, which is Namibia’s premier wildlife destination and one of Africa’s largest protected areas, with teeming wildlife around the waterholes and endless plains wth breathtaking vistas.
Activities here revolve around day and night vehicle safaris, visits to hides overlooking waterholes, and walks – all with experienced guides. Drives into the easily accessible Okaukuejo area of Etosha are rewarding, with sightings of lion, elephant, gemsbok, springbok, red hartebeest, and both white and black rhino. Guests staying at the camp share a dedicated guide and Land Rover, ensuring the best possible experience.
is featured in the following itinerary:
This is Namibia at its very best, a wilderness destination of outstanding beauty at every turn, taking you north to the salt pans of Etosha National Park, the remote Kunene and its desert elephant, before heading down the Skeleton Coast to the awesome Namib Desert. Choose between self drive or guided.
When to go: Apr-Jan
Duration inc. flights: 18 days
Price inc. flights: From £4,745 pp
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Etosha is considered to be one of the finest sanctuaries in southern Africa. It is famous for its vast, dazzling saltpan with permanent waterholes, which attract a multitude of wildlife particularly during the dry winter. The neighbouring Ongava Private Game Reserve offers the attraction of tracking rhino on foot.
Where: Oshikoto & Oshana Region
Ideal for viewing: black rhino, black-faced impala, damara dik-dik, African elephant, lion
Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, Just Conservation