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Namutoni Rest Camp overlooks the flood-lit King Nehale waterhole in the Etosha National Park, one of Africa’s largest conservation areas, and centres on a beautiful restored German Fort of colonial days. An elevated, decked walkway along the waterhole facing wall provides panoramic views across the horizon, where red-billed Queleas, lilac-breasted Rollers and swallow-tailed bee-eaters nest in Mopane trees and Makalani palms.

Guests can bask in the African sunshine at Namutoni’s large sapphire pool while friendly staff serve poolside refreshments, enjoy a cocktail at the cool indoor bar or recline in one of the private chill lounges. Evenings are a stage of giraffe, buffalo and big game gathering to drink under a pink and orange sunset sky and illuminated by flood lights. The waterhole’s thatched game-viewing hut provides the ideal vantage point to watch the animals.

20 bush chalets and 24 double rooms ensure luxury and privacy. Dècor is African chic with modern furnishings, indigenous art and tea and coffee stations. Each en suite double room has an outdoor relaxation area at the front and one that leads from the luxurious tan and stone bathroom. The rooms are interconnected through elevated wooden walkways. Each sumptuous bush chalet has twin beds, a double shower, a bathroom that leads onto a private open air shower, and a private relaxation area.

In- Room Amenities
Air Conditioning. Safety deposit box. Tea and coffee facilities. Room service.

Savour traditional Namibian cuisine at the African fusion restaurant or choose a more European meal from the Steakhouse’s a la Carte menu. An extensive wine list caters for every palate. Guests can dine in the Fort’s open air courtyard, experience the fine dining ambience of the indoor dining room or dine in the chill lounge.

Colour Television. Lounge Area. Swimming Pool. Convenience Shop. Curio Shop. Boma. Bar. Cafeteria &Takeaway. Transfers. Secure Parking. Travel Desk. Child Friendly. 4x4. Game Viewing. Birding. Petrol Station at entrance to camp.

Guests can visit the Fort’s bustling museum where walls are lined with commemorative plaques and photographs, and surrounded by fascinating memorial structures. Those who prefer can browse the crafts boutique for traditional handcrafted Namibian goods, the curio shop, jewellery store or bookstore.

Namutoni offers guided morning, afternoon and night game drives through Etosha with expert rangers. The park is world renowned for superb Big 5 Game viewing and you are likely to see leopard, lion, cheetah, rhinoceros or elephant as they roam freely through this wildlife paradise. Guests can also explore Etosha at a more leisurely pace on a private self drive.