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Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea Reserve
Mundulea Reserve

Mundulea Reserve: gallery


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Mundulea Reserve: picture gallery


Situated within the Otavi Mountains...
...Mundulea Reserve offers four spacious walk-in tents...
...all comfortable equipped with twin beds.
Each tent has an open-air, en-suite bathroom with a wash basin...
...a toilet...
...and a shower.
At the front of each tent is a large porch where you can sit and enjoy your surroundings.
Sandy pathways connect the tents with the main area.
The whole camp is is surrounded by stick palings spaced to allow access at intervals.
The main area offers the best views over a waterhole....
...where animals will come to drink.
Meals are freshly cooked over the fire...
...and enjoyed with the other guests around a large dining table.
After dinner gather around the campfire and share the stories of the day.
The real attraction at Mundulea is the top-quality walking.
You can explore the area with one of the best safari guides in Africa...
...who will show you some stunning views...
...and teach you about the smaller animals - like this orb web spider.
As well as the larger game that abounds on the reserve...
... and perhaps see something of one of Africa's only pangolin research projects.
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Situated within the Otavi Mountains...
Situated within the Otavi Mountains...
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...Mundulea Reserve offers four spacious walk-in tents...
...Mundulea Reserve offers four spacious walk-in tents...
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...all comfortable equipped with twin beds.
...all comfortable equipped with twin beds.
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Each tent has an open-air, en-suite bathroom with a wash basin...
Each tent has an open-air, en-suite bathroom with a wash basin...
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...a toilet...
...a toilet...
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...and a shower.
...and a shower.
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At the front of each tent is a large porch where you can sit and enjoy your surroundings.
At the front of each tent is a large porch where you can sit and enjoy your surroundings.
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Sandy pathways connect the tents with the main area.
Sandy pathways connect the tents with the main area.
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The whole camp is is surrounded by stick palings spaced to allow access at intervals.
The whole camp is is surrounded by stick palings spaced to allow access at intervals.
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The main area offers the best views over a waterhole....
The main area offers the best views over a waterhole....
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...where animals will come to drink.
...where animals will come to drink.
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Meals are freshly cooked over the fire...
Meals are freshly cooked over the fire...
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...and enjoyed with the other guests around a large dining table.
...and enjoyed with the other guests around a large dining table.
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After dinner gather around the campfire and share the stories of the day.
After dinner gather around the campfire and share the stories of the day.
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The real attraction at Mundulea is the top-quality walking.
The real attraction at Mundulea is the top-quality walking.
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You can explore the area with one of the best safari guides in Africa...
You can explore the area with one of the best safari guides in Africa...
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...who will show you some stunning views...
...who will show you some stunning views...
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...and teach you about the smaller animals - like this orb web spider.
...and teach you about the smaller animals - like this orb web spider.
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As well as the larger game that abounds on the reserve...
As well as the larger game that abounds on the reserve...
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... and perhaps see something of one of Africa's only pangolin research projects.
... and perhaps see something of one of Africa's only pangolin research projects.

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