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Deze accommodatie is ook te boeken op basis van halfpension, neemt u voor meer informatie contact met ons op!

Dolomite Camp

Dolomite Camp is gelegen in het uiterste westen van het Etosha National Park, welk gedeelte tot 2011 gesloten was voor alle verkeer en bezoekers. Sinds de opening van het gebied is het mooiste stukje van Etosha nu bereikbaar voor iedereen. De ligging van het Dolomite Camp maakt het een unieke ervaring voor een ieder die deze accommodatie bezoekt.

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  • Bush Chalet, Dolomite Camp
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Dolomite Camp, Etosha National Park
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Slaapkamer, Dolomite Camp, Etosha National Park

Over Dolomite Camp

Our favorite

Het Dolomite Camp ligt in het westelijke deel van het Etosha National Park en biedt een ervaring aan uitzicht. Deze accommodatie biedt 20 challets van hout, gelegen aan de buitenrand van de Dolomiten ridge. Met een restaurant, bar en zwembad die uitzicht biedt over de omgeving is dit een ideale locatie om volledig tot rust te komen.


  • rust en natuur

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Dolomite Camp
Etosha National Park
v.a. € 113 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Tegen een kleine meerprijs kunt u verblijven in één van de drie luxe chalets, met privé plunge-pool.


Bush Chalet
: Kluisje, klamboe, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, volledig ingerichte badkamer, lounge. Uitzicht op western Ethosha hills.

Deluxe Chalet
: Zoals Bush Chalet, ruimer met een eigen zwembad en veranda.


In het zuidwestelijke deel van het Etosha National Park, 17 km van de ingang.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant
• Bar
• Zwembad
• Laundry-service
• Parkeergelegenheid
• Souvenirwinkel


• Gamedrives
• Wandelingen
• Vogels spotten

Het Etosha National Game Park is het grootste beschermde natuurgebied van Namibië. Het gebied beslaat een oppervlakte van 22.912 km2. De naam Etosha betekent "Grote Witte Vlakte van Droog Water". Deze naam slaat op de enorme vlakte (4731 km2) die alleen na hevige regenval tijdelijk onder water staat.
In dat geval - en dat doet zich voor ergens gedurende de periode van december tot februari - is het doorgaans (kurk) droge Etosha een weelderige groene vlakte. De bronnen in het park voorzien het wild het hele jaar door van water.
Veel van de Afrikaanse diersoorten kunt u in Etosha aantreffen. Er zijn vier rest camps in Etosha: Okaukeujo in het zuidwesten, Halali in het centrum, Namutoni en Onkoshi in het oosten.

"Food for the soul"

Etosha is one of the quirks of nature that ought to be on the bucket list for many many people -- and with good reason -- and Dolomite Camp is a fabulous setting from where to explore the western part of Etosha National Park. Situated on top of a range of dolomite hills it merges beautifully into its environment. Plenty of wildlife... Each of the chalets is well-distanced from the others for privacy and offers spectacular views over the surrounding countryside -- with spectacular sunset scenes, offering food for the soul.

"Africa's Answer to Fawlty Towers."

Typical example of why African governments should't be in business. From the moment we arrived in this stunning location, the disappointments came one after the other. the sullen service from an unmotivated staff, the average food and a resort that is slowly falling apart due to lack of maintenance. One thing they do well is charge way above the Namibian average for accommodation, food and drinks. Overall a stunning location but and experience spoiled by bad service and just about everything broken or out of order. Very poor value overall and certainly not recommended.

"Best of three!"

I'm not sure what is expected by some but we were delighted with Dolomite. Lovely warm smiling reception, a cool welcome drink while our bags were delivered to our room. The room, one of two deluxe chalets was superb. Very well appointed with fridge, air con etc. With only one available electric socket you might want to travel with a mini extension lead to recharge multiple devices at once. With only 20 chalets the food is cooked to order so better than at other camps. Not exceptional but more than palatable. The bar has a good selection and even a TV to watch the football if you want to! It is a long walk from the car park to your room, ours was the first, the last one must have been another few minutes walk. All have stunning views over the surrounding plain. We stayed for 2 nights and I would happily stay longer. While we were there it seemed nearly everyone was part of a tour group staying just the one night as a stop over through Etosha. They probably didn't give the locality the time it deserves as it was rich in wildlife, particularly perhaps as it's summer. The waterholes were largely deserted as they were everywhere but if you seek you will find most species. We found the staff perfectly attentive, and although if you look you will find faults as with everywhere. The tent window flap in the restaurant had a broken zip so the draught blew straight over our table which was right next to it but the wind was warm so not a problem. Others sat further away found cause to complain and were clothed in heavy anoraks. I just had a thin T-shirt. Go with an open mind, smile and enjoy. Compared to camps in other places in Africa it's a bargain price and quite luxurious too in my opinion.


Lovely resort but lots of walking up hills / stairs involved. Sadly most of the staff are in party mode busy on their phones, sitting around watching TV in the bar, talking & mucking around with each other and totally ignoring all the guests. Food is very, very average. Reception staff are just plain rude and should be replaced with some happy helpful staff. It's very disappointing as the resort is a great concept and under better management it would be an amazing place to stay.

"Beautiful location but that is all it has going for it"

Once again, trying to book a NWR (Government run Namibia Wildlife Resort) lodge is a nightmare. We stayed in 3 and I cannot tell you how many phone calls and emails it took before I found someone who was somewhat efficient and communicated with you on a timely basis. Arriving at Dolomite Camp the nightmare continued. The location and concept is exceptional but everything else is a good example why government should not be in business especially if they do not have good management. It is the little things that matter. Maintenance does not seem to be important, from the golf cart that is suppose to take the guests and luggage to their rooms being broken to 40% of the zippers in the tent being broken so you could not open your windows properly, let alone the "glass door" in our room which was also broken and the taps and showers that sprayed water everywhere. We like walking and are in good shape, but if you are not, walking from the main area to your room up and down the small hills in the heat is tough. They had 4 WIFI access points but you, the guest, and the staff could only access 1 open one at reception because the rest required a password and the IT would not give the staff a password (I wounder why since a large part of the time the staff seem to be gossiping amongst themselves, on their phones or watching TV rather than looking after the guests). I one staff member if maybe IT could give me, the guest, the password....I got a blank look in return. The one access point that was suppose to work barely worked....too many people on it maybe? The infinity pool and pool area was nice with a little covered area but you have to remove all the excess cushions and used old towels and old food yourself in order to be able to utilize the area. The food was average - edible but nothing to right home about. The staff had their moments but overall just did not cut it....why should I have to go search for a bartender at 6PM at night (happy hour) for the guests and be told that the bartender had not arrived yet.....so what do I do - help myself and the rest of the guests to drinks????? I don't necessarily blame the staff for the total chaos and disorganization, a lot of the blame has to go to the management or lack of management and the NWR for letting this happen. Lastly, the wild life is 100% better on the east side of the park. We saw leopards, lions,elephants, rhinos,....on the east side along with your giraffes, zebra, antelope/deer. Around Dolomite we saw Zebra's some giraffes, deer and antelope and the occasional ostrich. Best recommendation I can give is stay away from this Camp. It's a good concept but that's it.

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