Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp

Address: 10 kms south of Etosha National Park's Andersson's Gate, Etosha National Park, Namibia | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge is located on 10 kms south of Etosha National Park's Andersson's Gate, Etosha National Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsEtosha Safari Lodge & Camp Etosha National Park

    Reviewed by jackandgeorgia

    Good clean campsite

    Reviewed Mar 30, 2015
    by (16 reviews) Bristol , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Nice place for over landers

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by postler2

    Etosha Safari Lodge und Camp

    Reviewed Nov 22, 2010
    by (2 reviews) , Germany Flag of Germany

    sehr schön, äußerst freundliches Personal, ausgezeichnete Küche

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp Etosha National Park

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

    Today: lions!!

    A travel blog entry by glendamurray on May 18, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    It was an pre-dawn rise for Murray & Mama G (as M has taken to calling me, Mama being the name for all married women in Africa). We left the sweet grass and bush hills and plains of beautiful west Etosha and headed east for the long drive to the middle of the park. On the way we stopped at a few water holes. At the first one, after viewing the …

    Namibia: Etosha to Damaraland

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Mar 31, 2015

    11 photos

    Etosha National Park, a main attraction in Namibia, is an area of land protected and surrounded by fences - a marked difference to the sprawling more natural feel of the Serengeti (which encourages natural migration). The landscape is dry and dusty, with seemingly little reason to entice animals during this season - our hopes of seeing any wild …

    A Game Drive and a Self Drive

    A travel blog entry by tpuckett on Jun 16, 2015

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... not leaving the car. Then we headed back to the water hole in hopes of seeing a leopard that supposedly lives in a tree nearby. We spent another hour or so there and saw lots of animals, but no leopard. We headed out.

    We stopped by more waterholes but only could add a banded mongoose to our list. So it was not the variety so much as the numbers of animals. Then on the way into camp about 20 minutes from there, we spotted ...


    A travel blog entry by glendamurray on May 17, 2015

    ... teens and babies. They were active and alert. At one point a big bull lumbered over and muscled into the throng. Fascinating. I took so many photos, I ran out of batteries. Bliss! We stayed till they'd had their fill and walked off into bush. I could watch for hours and never be bored. Magnificent creatures. What a ...

    Great White Place (D&D Days 9-11)

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Mar 22, 2015

    9 photos

    ... watch as giraffes are so unusually awkward. They are so brilliantly weird. We sat under the flood light which meant all the smaller animals like mice and/or elephant shrews, birds and lizards were enjoying a free easy fast bug meal. It was great watching the drongo bird (the one that mimicked the meerkats in David Attenborough's Africa) fly up to the light and snatch a juicy cricket and almost swallow it whole. They looked so plump, they were obviously just having a ball. We also ...