A vast and starkly beautiful desert pan – Namibia’s top safari destination and one of the finest game reserves in Africa.
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Etosha National Park, Oshikoto Region, Namibia|www.nwr.com.na|
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For 50 years tourists were prohibited from exploring this scenic western third of Etosha National Park, but that all changed with the opening of Dolomite Camp in June 2011.
The most upmarket Namibia Wildlife Resorts camp in Etosha offers two tiers of chalets, with the pick of the bunch boasting private plunge pools and waterhole views. While self-drive safaris are not allowed, well-trained rangers offer daily game excursions into this unexplored corner of Etosha.
This previously restricted area of the Park is host to high numbers of Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra, Giraffe and Antelope. Once-endangered species like the Black-faced Impala and Black Rhino have been successfully bred.
Just 20 suites share this prime location, and the daily game drives into the bush ensure an exclusive peek into this wild world.
Set atop the eponymous dolomite hill, at this luxurious safari camp a panoramic view over pristine bushveld comes standard.
As does solitude: thanks to its location in the restricted western region of Etosha, you won’t have to fight with the hubbub of self-drive visitors that flock to Namibia’s more famous eastern area.
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