Namutoni Resort centres around a beautiful old German Fort that was built in 1897. It overlooks the flood-lit King Nehale waterhole. The German police post built it before the 20th century, which was used as an army base at a later stage. Nowadays it features two restaurants, curio shop, jewellery, a private chill lounge, a bar, craft boutique and a book store.
Namutoni Resort offers comfortable en-suite double rooms, all interconnected through elevated wooden walkways and spacious bush chalets, all equipped with private relaxation areas. Camping facilities are also available. The Bush Chalets offer spacious and private double shower and basin, relaxation area with outdoor shower, minibar and coffee/tea facilities. Our double rooms include comfort and privacy, minibar, tea/coffee station and en-suite bathroom. Our camping sites all have shaded areas with Ablution Blocks (showers and toilets), kitchens with a cooking area, braai facilities and power points.
Namutoni Resort has a museum, African Fusion Restaurant and Steak House with bar, lounges, swimming pool and game viewing. Our activities include morning and afternoon game drives, guided night drives can be arranged. On-site you will find a filling station.
The waterholes near-by are:
- Chudob – here you’ll find Eland, Giraffe, Elephant, Warthog and Black-Faced Impala.
- Groot Okevi – Here guests will see Elephant, Gemsbok, Kudu and even Cheetah and Leopard.
- Kalkheuvel – A favourite waterhole for photography. Here you will see lots of game and birds.
- Klein Okevi – Animals like Black-Faced Impala, Giraffe, Lion, Elephant, Gemsbok, Zebra, Kudu and Cheetah can be seen here.
- Klein Namutoni – It’s about 2km south from the camp. It has good game viewing either in the morning or late afternoon. Animals like Giraffe, Gemsbok, Elephant, Black-Faced Impala, Zebra and Kudu can be found. At our Dikdik drive you’ll be spotting the tiny and elusive Damara Dikdik.
- Koinkas – A bit of game can be seen.
- Namutoni – Located on the western side of the camp.
- Ngobib – Has a hollow waterhole, not very visible. It attracts Kudu, Zebra, Elephant, Leopard and Cheetah and also Gemsbok.
- Okerfontein – Not very popular, but Lion and Cheetah are sometimes here.
- Tsumcor – Has a lot of animals here, and very nice for photographers.
- Twee Palms – Waterhole between Makalani Palms.
Eastern side of the Etosha National Park, Namibia
Amenities of Namutoni Resort:
- Non-smoking Chalets
- Tea/coffee facilities
- Wash Basin
- Curio Shop
- Designated smoking area
- Petrol station
- Disabled access
- Languages spoken: English, Afrikaans
Food & Drink
- Steak House
- BBQ facilities
- Swimming pool
- Morning Game Drive
- Afternoon Game Drive
- Night Game Drive
- Bird watching
Media & Technology
- Telephone (in room)
- Pets are not allowed