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Onguma Bush Camp

Etosha National Park, Namibia

  • Per night
Includes:Bed & Breakfast, Hai//om levy, NTB tourism levy
Cedarberg rating:Comfortable
Malaria rating:Low risk
Family suitability:Child-friendly
Number of people:16
Good for:Wildlife Safaris, Family Safari in Africa


Onguma Bush Camp

• Onguma is a private reserve bordering the Etosha National Park
• Family-friendly lodge with comfortable air-conditioned chalets
• Excellent for bird viewing
• Onguma Bush Camp is close to the Eastern gate into Etosha

Onguma Bush Camp is a comfortable bush lodge in the Onguma private game reserve which borders Etosha National Park. It makes for a great well priced alternative to staying in the government run rest camps within the park itself as it is so close to the Eastern gate of Etosha.

Onguma Bush Camp offers six stone and thatch chalets all comfortably appointed with subtle décor and much-needed air-conditioning. The main living area in the camp has an open-sided thatched dining area and lounge looking out onto a decent-sized swimming pool which in turn is surrounded by luscious lawn. Onguma Bush Camp is the perfect environment for children. From the swimming pool and alfresco dining area you have superb tranquil views overlooking the surrounding Etosha bush. The Onguma Bush Camp operates on a Bed and Breakfast basis though lunch (by prior request) and dinner are on offer.

The 20,000ha private Onguma reserve includes savannah, bushveld, omuramba and dry pan and offers the opportunity to experience Africa in all her beauty and diversity. Age-old and well-worn migration routes, once used by elephant and buffalo, wander through Onguma's three dry riverbeds.

This area of Namibia is one of the key bird watching sites in Southern Africa with more than 300 bird species. The reserve boasts the biggest breeding colony of white-backed vultures in Namibia. During the summer months Onguma is home to thousands of migratory birds coming to wetlands created by the seasonal rains. Onguma is also part of an innovative custodianship project relating to the black rhino. Six black rhino were darted in Etosha National park and shipped to the reserve where they are protected and monitored.


Standard Room

Standard Room (Single occupancy)


Rondavel (Single occupancy)


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