Recharge your spirit in a combination of luxurious accommodation, tranquil surroundings, magnificent scenery and spectacular wildlife in an unspoilt wilderness teaming with an abundance of bird and wildlife. "Etjo" means a place of refuge. We do not only offer a place of refuge for our wildlife, we also offer comfortable accommodation to our guests in spacious luxurious suites and rooms furnished with the african flare. Most rooms are equipped with a whirlpool/jacuzzi amongst other modern conveniences.Mobility issues need not be a bar to this unforgettable adventure, we also welcome wheelchair bound travellers since most accommodation is wheelchair accessible. Our camp sites offer comfortable camping for the traveller, who enjoys camping.
Enjoy an unforgettable unique wildlife and african experience by participating on our Game Drives in open vehicles, exploring the sanctuary’s fauna and flora. Animals, which may be observed range from Elephant, Black and White Rhino, Zebra, Hippo, and many different species of antelope, which are listed on the checklist. We offer lion and leopard feeds after sunset, where you will have the opportunity to observe the cats feeding from a close distance. Game Walks are offered, mainly to the famous Dinosaur footprints, dating back to 230 Million years, described as Saurichnians. For shorter walks, participate on the guided walks to the fossilised Buffalo Tracks, which give the sanctuary it’s name "Okonjati". Specially guided gamedrives will take you to our rare specie game sanctuary, which offers a protected refuge for the indigenous Black-faced Impala, the Roan and Sable Antelope, Red Lechwe and Bushbuck and others. We offer exciting Rhino Tracking excursions, an adventure not to be missed.
On the historical side, the Joint Commission of the UN met at Mount Etjo, on 8 and 9 April 1989 in an extraordinary session.Delegations from Angola, Cuba, South Africa, the United Sates and Russia attended this meeting, in order to facilitate the restoration of peace and independence for the Republic of Namibia.