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The private Ongava Game Reserve adjacent to Etosha National Park, has long been the luxury, exclusive option in this region of central Etosha. Anderssons Camp has long been a favourite of ours here at Wayfairer Travel and we have always particularly enjoyed it’s sunken hide, giving eye level viewing of animals at the productive camp waterhole.
Anderssons Camp was recently completely rebuilt and re-opened in April 2019, the hide is retained and along with eight luxurious suites the Ongava Research Centre (ORC) has been added. This is unique in Namibia and provides an interactive hub for guests to learn and even contribute to the research work being carried out by resident scientists, visiting researches and conservation professionals.
If you can manage to drag yourself away from the lavish suites, ORC and the camp’s waterholes then activities are on offer to explore the 30,000 hectare private game reserve by vehicle or on foot or the nearby national park. For those 16 years or older if you encounter a white rhino on the Ongava Reserve and if you are guide judges the conditions to be suitable you are able to approach on foot, an exhilarating experience!
Forays into Etosha National Park are also easy as the lodge is not far away from the main entrance gate into the park, it is possible to do this independently in your own vehicle or head out on a trip with the expert guides from the lodge.