• Namibia safari accommodation; Andersson's Camp

About Andersson's Camp

About Andersson's Camp

Taking its name from Swedish explorer Charles Andersson, who first ‘discovered’ Etosha Pan, with the help of Francis Galton, in 1851, Andersson’s Camp is set against the low Ondundozonanandana Mountains. On the boundary of Etosha National park, amidst the scrub-covered plains and white calcrete soils, this is a fantastic camp for families or independent travellers.

The camp has been renovated with a modern safari theme, using the old farmstead as a hub at the heart of the camp, with 20 tents for accommodation. 

Lodge details

Style

A renovated and refurbished old farmstead, now modernised with eco-sensitive facilities and an authentic, down to earth feel.

Setting

With the low lying Ondundozonanandana Mountains as the backdrop, the surrounding plains and mopane woodland have a good variety of game, and you are close to the Etosha National Park gate, as well as the Ongava Reserve.

Accommodation & Facilities

There are 16 twin bedded tents and 2 family units, each en-suite with outdoor showers with solar-heated water. Cleverly designed using calcrete stone cladding, canvas and wood, they are built on wooden platforms which extend out into a small veranda.

The main area, which is the old farmhouse, has plenty of seating areas for guests and an outdoor dining area with individual tables. There is also a bar and a swimming pool.

Dining

The cuisine is delicious and dinner is served in both English and the Damara click language.

Activities

Due to its proximity, it is great for day excursions to Etosha National Park and you can do this as a self-drive, or with a guide.

Child Policy

Children over 6 years are welcome and there are family units available.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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