The centre-piece of the Khowarib Lodge complex is the lapa, an immense thatched structure constructed from local materials in traditional style. A large kopje creates an impressive back drop to the reception, bar, lounge, dining area and curio shop. Visitors relaxing on the veranda enjoy a panoramic view of the gorge, cliffs and surrounding area.
The luxury, en-suite tents are a short walk from the lodge to the river bank and comprise either twin or double bed sleeping arrangements. Viewing platforms extend from the front of each tent shaded by the plentiful Mopani trees but affording splendid views of the gorge. The bathrooms are spacious and well equipped and add to the feeling of indulgence and relaxation that Khowarib Lodge offers.
Andersson’s camp is strategically located immediately adjacent to Namibia’s famous Etosha National Park. The region is home to lions, elephants, oryx, springbok, zebra, and is one of the best locations to see the rare desert black rhinoceros.
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.
The camp itself was built with great consideration for the environment using sustainable materials, while taking into account the desert’s fragility. Andersson’s Camp is the perfect base for your Etosha explorations.