Etosha Mountain Lodge

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Etosha Mountain Lodge, Etosha, Namibia

Why Book This Camp?

Etosha Mountain Lodge is a well-established lodge that will be primped and primed and ready for some serious safari action in 2018.

With only seven chalets, this is the perfect lodge for small groups and families to book privately for the most personal of safaris.

Track endangered black and white rhino in an area that’s renowned for high populations of the elusive and majestic beasts.

Have your cameras at the ready for throngs of antelope and trumpeting herds of ellies as you game drive through the reserve.

Enjoy the peace and solitude that comes from staying in a private reserve, far from tourist crowds – and any other people for that matter!

Natural Selection is giving Etosha Mountain Lodge a bit of a facelift, and they’ll have more updates for you when they’ve finished picture-hanging and cushion-plumping. For now, they can tell you that there will be just seven comfortable chalets, all with ensuite bathrooms, indoor showers and enormous bathtubs, perfect for sinking into after a busy day wildlife-watching. A bright and breezy ‘lapa’ area is the feature of the camp, and under the thatch, you’ll find the restaurant and bar, as well of plenty of sitting areas, just waiting for a sundowner cocktail. There’s also a well-stocked wine cellar, a curio shop and a swimming pool. And no matter where you to choose to relax, the panoramas stretching ahead are magnificent; think dramatic skies, vast plains, and wildlife wandering to and fro, right in front of your eye.

Game Drives & Rhino Tracking

Enjoy early morning and late afternoon game drives in the privacy of Etosha Heights Private Reserve, and track elusive black and white rhino whilst keeping your eyes peeled for the big cats.

Night Drives

Who says the action stops when darkness falls? Take a guide, add a powerful spotlight, and you’ve got the opportunity for an excellent night game drive.

Bush Meals and Picnics

Bush meals and picnics can be arranged on request.

Etosha Heights is a 600-square kilometre wilderness on the border of Etosha National Park, and the area plays an important role as a buffer for the park. Wildlife and human conflict, particularly in such border areas, is a real threat to the lion population, and the species is monitored as part of a larger lion conservation initiative, the Etosha Rand Lion Conservation Project. The black and white rhino are also closely monitored by the highly professional ‘Protective Wildlife Game Ranger’ team; their highly effective anti-poaching work is impressive to see, and very few places have such a dedicated ranger team.

Back at camp, just about everything runs from our 100Kwp solar plant, keeping things clean and green (but we do have a back up generator too for those unavoidable emergencies

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