Namutoni Camp (formerly known as Namutoni Restcamp) stands at the eastern side of Etosha National Park, close to von Lindequist Gate and the picturesque Fisher's Pan. Here, great concentrations of water birds and breeding colonies of flamingos are frequently seen during the rainy season. Namutoni itself also overlooks the small King Nehale waterhole, where game animals can be spotted occasionally.
Our view of Namutoni Camp
The current concerns we have over certain safety aspects at Namutoni Camp mean that we aren't currently recommending it. However, we'll continue to monitor the situation here, and hope that the latest refurbishments will help to make it a good base again. Ask us for the latest.
Namutoni Camp: Traveller ratings
Namutoni is home to an old fort, from which it gets its name, built in 1899 as an outpost for German troops.