Etendeka Mountain Camp
Situated in the foothills of the Grootberg massif, in Namibia, Etendeka Mountain Camp attracts the traveller who is looking to get out of their comfort zone and enjoy genuine and immersive wilderness. The camp consists of 10 private, shaded Meru tents, all en-suite with eco-friendly open-air “bucket” showers. The camp offers comfort in a rugged, classicly Namibian landscape. This rich environment can be explored on foot or on a scenic drive. Enjoy the experience of Etendeka's basalt lava flows and flat-top mountains.
Activities at Etendeka Mountain Camp
Guided Nature Walksmore info
Sundowner Walkmore info
Game Viewingmore info
Accommodation options at Etendeka Mountain Camp
Etendeka Mountain CampgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage7
Etendeka Mountain Camp pathways takes you to your shaded en-suite Meru tent. The tented suites have 1 x queen size bed and 2 x 3 quarter beds, and are beautiful…
from R 3135 / Per person per night sharing
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How to get there
Hosea Kutako International Airport
C43, Kamanjab, Namibia
Check in at Etendeka Mountain Camp
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Etendeka Mountain Camp
11:00 on day of departure
Fabulous Place & Service
Stunning setting, an extremely warm welcome from the owners, very professional well trained staff, comfortable clean accommodation, great food - what's not to like about this great place. Genuine low-impact palce apparently in good and close cooperation with the local community
New draft review
This should definitely be on your bucket list while visiting Namibia. We loved the stunning sceneries and the professional team. The walk is not that difficult, I wished to walk a little bit more. Overall an unforgetable experience. Would definitely go back!
Etendeka Mountain Camp impact highlights
Etendeka Mountain Camp has been running for more than 2 decades and in February 2012 Etendeka Lodge Company signed an agreement with the Omatendeka and Anabeb Conservancies for the lease of the concession and the rental of fixed assets that belong to the conservancies. All of this was done to ensure that the communities involved benefit from the lodge fairly. Etendeka Mountain Camp and the conservancies support AfriCat North, an action to conserve Namibia's wild lion populations by training and educating communities who are being impacted and encouraging adapted livestock management. This also is a way of skills development as the people who benefit from these educational trainings can get jobs within the tourism industry or better yet start their own thing on the side.