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Anderssons Camp

Andersson’s Camp was named after Swedish explorer Charles Andersson – one of the first Europeans to ‘discover’ Etosha, Africa’s largest saltpan.  The resurrected former farmstead that stands on the site now, forms the centre of the charming Andersson’s Camp and is an exciting example of sustainable construction providing an eco-sensitive, authentic and down to earth experience for small groups, families or independent travellers.

There are 18 meru-style canvas tented rooms on raised decks with covered verandas and double door entry for uninterrupted bush views. Each tent has a natural stone en-suite bathroom with flush WC, basin and open-air shower; mosquito net and pedestal fan. Tents are linked by gravel walkways and there are two family units. The farmstead forms the anchor of the main area, fronting onto a productive waterhole. There is under-cover and open-air dining, a spacious lounge and bar, two fireplaces, a curio shop and swimming pool adjacent to the main area.

 

at a glance

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Style

Meru Style Canvas Tented Rooms on raised decks

Rooms

18 including 2 family units

Open Season

Open all year

Safari Experience

An excellent destination for self-drive guests, the camp also runs scheduled activities such as morning and afternoon game drives into Etosha National Park (Andersson’s Camp is 4.5km from Etosha’s entrance), night drives and guided walks within Ongava Reserve, and stargazing.

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