Stay at Dolomite Camp, Etosha National Park
This is the only property on this side of Etosha, and staying here will allow you to visit a really untouched part of the park. The camp itself is built on a dolomite hill, making the most of the sweeping views of the vast Etosha pan.
Dolomite Camp, Etosha National Park, Namibia
Dolomite is the latest and one of the most luxurious camps that belong to the Namibian Wildlife Resorts group (NWR).
It offers the opportunity to explore a previously impossible area in the far West of Etosha National Park. The western gate of Etosha National Park has been re-opened, allowing guests staying at Dolomite camp to explore the 15 waterholes in this region and be able to explore the Etosha pan more fully.
The camp itself is built on a dolomite hill, making the most of the sweeping views of the vast Etosha pan and mopane forests below. There are twenty rooms, made up of seventeen standard bush chalets, and three premier rooms, the latter of which have a plunge pool. The rooms have double or twin beds, tastefully furnished with wooden floors, crisp linens and large windows to maximise the views of the surrounding area. There is a small waterhole close by which has regular visits of elephants and zebra as well as other game.
The main lodge consists of a spacious lounge, bar and restaurant and the swimming pool has superb views across the plains. In the evening you can enjoy a drink around the fire pit and during the day you can enjoy a self guided or guided game drive around the various waterholes.
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