Good (86%) From 88 reviews
Best for 12+
Nestled amongst dolomite outcrops near the Dolomietpunt waterhole, the aptly named Dolomite Camp was opened in 2011 and was the first camp to be built in the far west of Namibia’s Etosha National Park.
From its vantage point on top of the ridge, the camp has fine views over the plains below and a saltpan in the distance, and gives access to an area that was previously off limits to the public.
View of Dolomite Camp
Dolomite Camp has opened up the western side of Etosha and provides a good stop to break a journey around northern Namibia. The game here can be good if unpredictable and the experience quite exclusive compared with the rest of Etosha.
The camp itself has a stunning location, but getting around its long walkways, which are sometimes steep and poorly lit, can be an issue, especially for the less agile. While we found the staff friendly, at times the service was poor.
Dolomite Camp: Traveller ratings
Good (86%) From 88 travellers