Ongava Tented Camp, Etosha, Namibia

Ongava Tented Camp is a Classic Camp

Watch the wildlife drink at the waterhole

Ongava Tented Camp is located in the much-lauded Ongava Game Reserve to the south of the Etosha National Park. Relaxation typically takes place around the main area – made of stone, canvas and thatch with bar and swimming pool – watching the wildlife that comes to drink at the waterhole. Eight large comfortable Meru-style tents accommodate 16 guests, all with en-suite facilities, open air showers and private verandas. The family unit sleeps four.


  • An intimate safari camp discreetly hidden on Ongava Game Reserve
  • Intense wildlife sightings in and around the camp thanks to its popular waterhole
  • Guests share a dedicated guide and Land Rover, ensuring the best possible nature experience
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Some things to do at Ongava Tented Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Track white rhino on foot with a guide on the Ongava Game Reserve

  • 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

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    May 31, 2014

    Cheetah, Namibian sunsets and a roaring lion at Ongava Tented Camp – there’s nothing to beat it!

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    Mar 31, 2014

    Welcome rain falls at Ongava Tented Camp while Namibia’s Independence Day is celebrated with a traditional dinner and singing

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ We just loved it! The open dining area and all the tent terraces have a view on the waterhole, which can get very busy with zebras, kudus, oryxes, and other types of antelopes. On our first night even a lioness came and rested at the waterhole for a while. ”
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Reviewed by: Maria_F111, 2013.10.03