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

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      by (9 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 TravelPod.com.

      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 TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp Etosha National Park

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park

      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 …

      Halali, Etosha Park

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 14, 2015

      22 photos

      ... that we weren’t sure if we were identifying correctly. During our second night, we heard a rattling sound outside. Pat went to investigate the fallen over garbage bin, and lo and behold (lol), a huge 'skunk’ ran out of the bin. Pat shone his light on it as Gail said, "Pat, What are you doing? That IS a skunk!". In the morning, we discovered what the animal really was, when we saw a big honey badger ran around our campsite. Both skunks and honey badgers have a ...

      Road closed due to elephants

      A travel blog entry by davidpower on Oct 24, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      Through national game reserve today of Etoshi.

      It has a subtlety different feel. It is enormous of course but maybe a fiftieth of the size of Damaraland and seems to have 100 times more wildlife. All protected and all managed.

      It isn't Whipsnade Zoo by any stretch of the imagination. It is vast and the wildlife are left to feed and hunt for themselves. But there are plenty of man made water holes that all manner of creatures frequent.
      ...

      Etosha National Park - Guest Blog

      A travel blog entry by shaunandlouise on Sep 28, 2014

      2 comments, 129 photos

      ... Etosha, it was very comforting to know that we would be sleeping on the roof of the 4WD. We then headed off for the waterhole on site which had been recommended by people at the previous camp. The waterhole was illuminated and had seating around it. When we arrived a family of giraffes were approaching which included a very young one. We then learned what cautious creatures they were. Father watched making sure there was no danger before they came to ...

      Game viewing at Etosha

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 25, 2014

      95 photos

      ... edged forward to try to get a drink but each time were chased back by the hyenas who seemed to be in a playful rather than an aggressive mood but the zebras were nevertheless clearly fearful of them. Eventually the two bravest of the zebras did make it to the waterhole to drink but the other four left thirsty.

      After breakfast back at the lodge we left Etosha National Park and set off on the long drive to the north of ...