Situated in close proximity of Etosha National Park, the atmosphere of Andersson’s Camp makes for a comfortable modern-day base for exploring this world-class wildlife destination. The camp is an exciting example of sustainable construction and is named after a famed Swedish explorer, Charles Andersson, one of the first Europeans to describe Etosha.
Andersson’s Camp is ideally situated for independent exploration of neighbouring Etosha, game drives taking in the plethora of game found here. This eco-sensitive camp provides an authentic, safe and down-to-earth experience for small groups, families and independent travellers to the Etosha region and is easily accessible by either road or air to a nearby private airstrip.
Canvas-style tents raised on wooden decks with double doors to allow for pleasant views of the bush with covered small veranda.Certain tents overlook the waterhole.Each tent has natural stone en-suite bathroom facilities, with a unique open-air private shower.Basic amenities are supplied in each tent.
A diesel-powered generator provides the camp’s power. The power in the tents is 220V and electricity is available from 05:00 to 23:00 each day. 220V plug-points are also provided in the tents to facilitate recharging – Please remember adaptors and spare batteries. Solar geyser outside each tent provides the heated water for shower.