Family-friendly Andersson’s Camp, named for Charles Andersson, the Swedish explorer who first described the Etosha Pan, takes the past and moves it decidedly forward. Turning an old homestead into an acclaimed eco-camp, Andersson’s offers cosy accommodation, a relaxing dining area, a swimming pool, and a waterhole with a water level photographic hide to complete the camp where guests feel truly at home in the bush.
Meru-style safari tents with a covered veranda on a raised deck with double door
entry to allow for an uninterrupted view of the bush and gravel walkways on the
ground. During winter, hot water bottles and extra blankets are provided.No air-conditioning, however, a pedestal fan is provided in all the rooms.
Power is supplied from the National grid. The power in the tents is 220V. 220V plug-points are also provided in the tents to facilitate recharging – charge batteries as well as use appliances such as sleep apnoea machines, hairdryers or electric shavers during your stay. Solar geyser outside each tent provides the heated water for shower.