Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Etosha National Park Namibia
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Picnic Area
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Boardwalk
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Waterhole
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Ablution Block
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Waterhole
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Waterhole
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Viewing Point
Olifantsrus Camp Campsite Braai Area
Campsites
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Olifantsrus Camp is Etosha’s newest camp and the first accommodation option in the park to offer a camping only experience, allowing you to feel that little bit closer to the incredible African bush all around you.

Situated in the wilder, more remote and previously less-utilized western section of the park, Olifantsrus Camp is approximately 60 km from Galton Gate, 130 km from Okaukuejo and 50 km from Dolomite Camp.

Rare and shy species such as black rhino and black-faced impala are well-established in this quieter part of the park.

Aside from a more raw bush experience, Olifantsrus offers unrivalled access to a magnificent state of the art double story hide overlooking a man made waterhole that has become particularly popular with elephants, hence the camp’s name (which translates as ‘Elephant’s Rest’).

The campsite also has a number of amenities including an information centre, a kiosk selling drinks and light meals, a communal kitchen and immaculate ablutions blocks.

Olifantsrus Camp consists of 10 camp sites with a maximum group of 8 people per site.

The camp’s picturesque picnic facilities are also open to day visitors.

Additional booking information

Dolomite Camp

Okaukuejo Camp

Halali Camp

Tamboti Campsite

Olifantsrus Camp is Etosha’s newest camp and the first accommodation option in the park to offer a camping only experience, allowing you to feel that little bit closer to the incredible African bush all around you.

Situated in the wilder, more remote and previously less-utilized western section of the park, Olifantsrus Camp is approximately 60 km from Galton Gate, 130 km from Okaukuejo and 50 km from Dolomite Camp.

Rare and shy species such as black rhino and black-faced impala are well-established in this quieter part of the park.

Aside from a more raw bush experience, Olifantsrus offers unrivalled access to a magnificent state of the art double story hide overlooking a man made waterhole that has become particularly popular with elephants, hence the camp’s name (which translates as ‘Elephant’s Rest’).

The campsite also has a number of amenities including an information centre, a kiosk selling drinks and light meals, a communal kitchen and immaculate ablutions blocks.

Olifantsrus Camp consists of 10 camp sites with a maximum group of 8 people per site.

The camp’s picturesque picnic facilities are also open to day visitors.

Additional booking information

Dolomite Camp

Okaukuejo Camp

Halali Camp

Tamboti Campsite