Andersson’s is a friendly, wholesome safari camp that is a good base for exploring both the private Ongava Reserve, and taking game drives in Etosha National Park itself.
What’s Andersson’s Camp really like?
Andersson’s Camp is one of the simpler options we use in the Etosha area, but it’s fantastically good value, so if you want a reasonable base to explore from without costs going sky-high, this is well worth consideration. There are 16 walk-in safari tents all with ensuite bathrooms, plus two further family tents which sleep four, making Anderssons a very popular option for a family safari. The original farmstead overlooking the waterhole is the main heart of camp and here you’ll find the bar and dining area, serving simple wholesome food, often in the open air. There’s a fireplace for end of the day stargazing, and pool for respite from the baking heat of hot summer days.
What can I do at Andersson’s Camp?
Guests who stay at Anderssons either stay on a half board or fully inclusive rate. For those arriving on the fully inclusive rate, guided game drives in Etosha National Park in 9-seater vehicles are included. Guests on a half board rate can drive themselves into the national park or participate in activities on the reserve for an extra fee. Activities on the Ongava Reserve itself include walking safaris and night game drives- this area is particularly well known for rhino sightings.
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