Bush Baby Lodge & Camping is an ideal place to stop on the way to or from Etosha to Northern Namibia, Caprivi and Bushmanland.
We are situated in the heart of a 3 000ha farm in the bountiful bush savannah and our landscape is filled with variety. We have big open fields with lots of game, mountains with sensational views over the wide African land.
Together, the grazers and browsers make up 22 different species. Among them are; Hartmann and Burcell zebra, eland, blesbok, springbuck, black and blue gnu, impala, waterbuck, giraffe, and many more. Both the animals and the landscape can be observed during a game drive, which can be booked in advance or upon arrival.
A great way to observe the animals is to nestle yourself at our floodlit waterhole’s.
The aim of Bush Baby Lodge & Camping is to give our guests the change to taste Africa by keeping everything as natural as possible, with an appreciation for luxury as well.
We serve meals according to booking and we sell handmade crafts, fire wood and game meat. Laundry services are available on request. Wireless internet free of charge available at reception and the lodge.
Bush Baby Lodge & Camping management with their team will see to it that the guests experience a sense of complete well-being; a truly unforgettable adventure.
The evenings can also be enjoyed at the bar, big fireplace in the garden, or you can just stay seated after having dinner in our open air dining area. No matter what you choose, you will have the incredible view of an authentic Namibian savannah plain. During the day one can see many animals on the plain, and at night, the floodlit waterhole attracts wildlife such as rhinoceros, red lechwe and reedbuck.
The Lodge is constructed on a hill made up of natural stones found on the farm; therefore blending perfectly into its environment. You sure will experience pure stress-relieving crisp Namibian air and awesome sights.
The lounging area of Bush Baby Camping consists of a lapa with a bar, swimming pool and a big fire place, close to a floodlit waterhole. Guests can observe animal species and many bird species. Make sure to look up, some endearing bush babies may be seen leaping around in the trees at night.