Namutoni Camp (formerly known as Namutoni Rest Camp) is located on the eastern side of Etosha National Park. The Camp is centered around an old German fort, which gives Namutoni a much more unique character than the other camps inside the park. The Camp overlooks the small King Nehale waterhole and is near the picturesque Fisher’s Pan, where a large variety of water birds including a colony of flamingos can be spotted when the pan is wet. The recently refurbished Camp offers guests spacious and comfortable accommodation facilities in a modern setting. Namutoni is a hub of activity, offering guests two restaurants, a relaxation lounge, a bar, crafts boutique, curio shop, jewelers, bookstore and more!
20 Bush Chalets
The spacious and elegant Bush Chalets are each fitted with en-suite bathroom, double or queen beds, fan, air-conditioning, mosquito nets, tea & coffee facilities, private relaxation area and outdoor shower.
24 Double Rooms
The comfortable Double Rooms are each equipped with en suite bathroom, twin or double beds, fan, air-conditioning, mosquito nets, tea & coffee facilities, and a private outside area.
Visitors can also camp at Namutoni, and facilities include ablution blocks with showers and toilets, well-equipped field kitchens, braai facilities, power points, as well as hot & cold water.
- En-suite bathroom with Shower and Hand Basin
- Tea & Coffee Facilities
- Mosquito Netting
- 2 Restaurants – ‘The African Fusion Restaurant’ and ‘The Steak House’
- Book Store
- Jewelry Store
- Floodlit Waterhole
- Fuel Station
- Morning and Afternoon Game Drives in Open Safari Vehicles
- Guided Night Drives
- Game Viewing at the Flood-Lit Waterhole
- Museum Excursions
- Exploring the Historic Fort