Nestled amongst dolomite outcrops near the Dolomietpunt waterhole, the aptly named Dolomite Camp is the first camp to be built in the far west side of Etosha National Park. Opened by Namibia Wildlife Resorts in 2011, the camp gives access to an area that few people have been allowed to visit before.
Our view of Dolomite Camp
Dolomite Camp has opened up an area of Etosha National Park that was previously restricted to visitors. The game here can be good, if skittish, 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. We also had concerns about the cleanliness, and while we found the staff friendly, at times the service was poor.
Dolomite Camp: Traveller ratings
The Dolomite Camp in Etosha was opened by Namibia Wildlife Resorts in 2011.