With its white walls inviting weary safari-goers exploring Namibia’s prolific Etosha National Park to rest, Namutoni Camp calls a century-old German fort home. The location provides terrific sundowner opportunities and magnificent views over King Nehale Waterhole, so guests hardly have to leave camp to enjoy all that Namutoni has to offer.
Etosha’s eastern part, best accessed via Von Lindequist Gate, is not only a renowned game-viewing destination, but it's also a hotspot for birders. Aside from keeping eyes peeled for all the Big 5 except the buffalo, along with other African favourites such as giraffe and hyena, travellers can also keep an eye on the sky and horizon in search of Bateleur eagles, pygmy falcons, and lilac-breasted rollers.
Guests can dine on local fare at African Fusion or opt for more western dishes at The Steakhouse. Other on-site facilities include a superette, curio shop, petrol station, swimming pool, viewing deck and campsite. Namutoni’s Bush Chalets are spacious and boast en-suite bathrooms, patios and two beds, while their Double Rooms have en-suite bathrooms and private areas on both sides.