Family-friendly Andersson’s Camp takes its name from Charles Andersson, the Swedish explorer who first ‘discovered’ the Etosha Pan.Set in the private Ongava Game Reserve, Andersson’s Camp looks over a large waterhole which attracts plenty of thirsty wildlife.
This former farmstead has been tastefully rebuilt to modern-day standards and combines comfort with eco-friendly living.The old farmhouse forms the main area of Andersson’s Camp with 18 elevated tents, including two family suites, radiating outwards into secluded mopane woodlands. Tents are a mix of calcrete stone cladding, canvas and wood, with a small veranda.
- The Ongava Reserve is famous for its good populations of both white and black rhino
- The world-renowned Etosha Pan is in easy driving distance from this camp
- Andersson’s waterhole hide is ideal for photographing a plethora of wildlife
Some things to do at Andersson’s Camp
First time to Africa
- Enjoy a full- or half-day game drive into the nearby Etosha National Park
- Sip a pre-dinner drink while watching wildlife having their own drinks at the waterhole
- Track the movements of rhino on a night drive on the Ongava Game Reserve.
Travelled to Africa
- Take in a Namibian sunset on an afternoon nature drive on Ongava Game Reserve (game drive at extra cost).
- Spend an afternoon at the camp hide and spot the local wildlife slaking its thirst at the waterhole.
- Find out how the low Ondundozonanandana Mountains on Ongava got their almost unpronounceable name.
- Go on a nature walk on Ongava Game Reserve and learn more about the plants and smaller life of the area.
- Visit the Ongava Research Centre and learn more about the functioning of the Reserve.
- Look for a Hartlaub’s spurfowl or black-faced impala – both endemic to Namibia.