Namibia :: Etosha
:: Kamanjab Area
Category: Camping :: Camping
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It is located in the western part of the Etosha National Park between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Camp. It is a campsite only with no chalets available.
There is 10 campsites with power points. They take a maximum of 8 people per site. Currently, there are braai facilities for campers, only flat bases to make fire. Ablutions are nice and clean.
They have a small kiosk that is open for breakfast and lunch. Don't rely on this - they are often out of stock and tend to be expensive. The camp opens at sunrise and closes at sunset as per the general park regulations and day visitors are only allowed to use the picnic facilities up until 16h00.
Reservations are advisable.
|Address :||Kamanjab Area, 132km or 2h11min N of Kamanjab (of which 41km is 4WD), Etosha, Namibia|
|Tel :||+264(0)61 285 7200|
|Tel2 :||+27(0)13 751 2220|
|Email :||Click Here|
|Website :||Click Here|
|Cellphone Reception :||Intermittent|
|Rates Quoted :||Per Person|
|Base Currency :||NAD|
|Minimum Rate :||350.00|
|Maximum Rate :||350.00|
|Updated for :||2018/19|
|Comments :||Kids up to 5 stay free, from 6 to 12 years NAD140 pp. (Rate info updated Apr-2018)|
|Payment Methods Accepted :||Cash|
|Languages spoken :||English|
|Child Friendly, Restaurant (Kiosk serving breakfast and lunch. Coffee and drinks at the kiosk.)|
|Number of Sites :||10|
|Facilities :||Kitchen, Power Points|
|Shower Facilities :||Hot and Cold Showers|
|Toilet Facilities :||Flush Toilets|
|Wood Available :||Yes|
|Ice Available :||Yes|
|Is water available? :||Yes|
|Accomodate Large Overland Trucks :||Yes|
|Game to View:||Elephant. Rhino. Hyena and black-faced impala.|
|Notes on Activities:||(Some activities may be offered nearby).|
|Closest Town :||Kamanjab|
They building a new road to get better access to the camp, tracks have been submitted to Tracks4Africa. (Jan-2015).
It is a lot more quiet than the other camps. Ablutions are nice and clean. (2017).
“"Absolutely loved our short time here. The best part it is not a main stream camp with chalets which means no rushing people like all the other camps. Solar geysers for showers were broken we we were there. The hide is awesome! We saw a Black Rhino and our girls loved looking into the eyes of an elephant from 3m away. Will always make this part of this area's travel plans. Tim Hughes 2016/07/09” - Tim Hughes, 2016/07/26
“Very nice camp site. However you should shower in the afternoon as there is limited/no hot water in the evening.” - Michael van Eeden, 2015/09/08
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