Dolomite Camp

Dolomite Camp is located in the dolomite outcrops of western Etosha national park. There are a limited number of chalets available. Therefore, this camp offers an intimate experience in one of the most scenic areas of the park.


Dolomite Camp was the first lodge built inside western Etosha. This camp embodies the spirit of mystery and magnifies a sense of the unknown. The setting and architecture is pristine and unadulterated.

Guests can relax in the restaurant or bar. There’s also a sunset deck and infinity pool overlooking the plains. Two fire-side seating areas present the perfect opportunity to savor Etosha National Park’s nightlife while reliving the day’s adventures.

The easiest access to Dolomite is via the Galton Gate. The Galton Gate is the new entry gate north of Kamanjab. In fact, you can also use the Anderson Gate near Okaukuejo. Guests can contact us to book Etosha National Park camping and chalets at Okaukuejo Camp. We recommend entering through the northwestern border when you are planning to stay at Dolomite or Olifantsrus.

Overall, Dolomite Camp promises a relaxing stay with beautiful views inside one of the last remaining pristine wildlife sanctuaries in the world.


  • Golf carts to transport guests and luggage
  • There is a fantastic infinity pool overlooking the valley
  • Laundry service available upon request
  • Free and safe parking
  • You can book a wheelchair access unit
  • Enjoy the restaurant
  • There are fire places at Dolomite Camp


The camp features 17 chalets built on elevated wooden decks. They’re on the outer edges of a dolomite ridge. All the rooms have thatched roofs and canvas walls. The chalets feature large wooden retractable doors that allows for spectacular panoramic views. In detail the rooms are exquisite and the decor is local art.

3 Deluxe chalets

  • Each have a private plunge pool in order to cool down during hot days
  • A veranda and sunrise deck so as to have the best view at all times
  • What’s more, the details make you feel very comfortable. Expect lush bathrobes and slippers

All Chalets

  • Stunning sunset and sunrise views
  • Mosquito nets
  • Lighted makeup mirror and desk, plus hairdryer
  • Lounge area with couch and coffee table together with a private tea and coffee station
  • Private room safes
  • Housekeeping services are available


  • Previously restricted the area of the park
  • Large wildlife numbers, in particular, the black rhino
  • Black-faced impala and Hartmann’s mountain zebra
  • Ten waterholes surround the camp
  • Ancient rock art near the camp
  • Professionally guided morning and afternoon game drives
  • A waterhole on the plain at the northern end of the dolomite ridge
  • The bird watching is excellent
  • Plants feature identification tags



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