Set in some 120km² of pristine bushland within the Otavi Mountains, Mundulea Nature Reserve is the result of 12 years work by Bruno and Kate Nebe, who established the reserve in 2001. Since then, the four former cattle ranches that comprise Mundulea have been gradually restored and the reserve is now home to thriving and diverse populations of game, including black rhino. Guests – limited to a maximum of eight – normally spend four days exploring the reserve on foot with expert guides, returning each evening to a comfortable tented camp.
Our view of Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea is perfectly positioned for travellers either driving from or heading to eastern Etosha. Relaxed and friendly, it’s a place to explore and to discover by day, returning in the evening for in-depth discussions and storytelling around the campfire. It is best suited to those who are really into walking, and have a genuine interest in their environment. By all means come to find wildlife, but it’s not a place to get up close and personal with animals; instead come for real insights into Namibian wildlife and to enjoy what we know is some of the continent’s best guiding.
Mundulea Reserve: Traveller ratings
Situated within the Otavi Mountains...