Dolomite Camp

  • One of the few camps located inside the park.
  • Great views overlooking Etosha National Park and Pan in the distance.
  • Located in the western sector which is a quieter part of the park.
  • NWR property so service isn't wonderful.
  • Not for the less agile due to long walkways (poorly lit and sometimes steep).
When To Visit Etosha National Park:

Dolomite Camp is home to a wide range of wildlife. Endangered species such as black rhino and black-faced impala have been successfully bred here.

OVERVIEW:
Dolomite Camp is the first camp to have been built in the western part of Etosha National Park

ACCESS & LOCATION:
The camp nestles amongst dolomite outcrops, blending seamlessly into its environment, with spectacular views of the plains below. Please note that the paths around the camp are long and steep, so this camp is not suited to anyone with mobility issues. A rather noisy golf cart is used to transport guests to and from rooms if requested, but there are still steps in places.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
The main area includes reception, a large lounge, two restaurant areas and a swimming pool. A steep path leads from the public areas to the 20 thatched en suite tented chalets nestled amongst more rocky outcrops. They are all in elevated positions with dramatic views of the surrounding landscape. Two deluxe chalets have their own private plunge pools and face east, giving stunning sunrise views.

ACTIVITIES:
This area is particularly scenic but was previously closed to tourists. It has an abundance of flora and a diverse range of wildlife, including both black and white rhino, as well as herds of giraffe, zebra and antelope.

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