Dolomite Resort is perched atop a dolomite ridge in the western part of Etosha National Park, where animals abound. Built by hand, Dolomite offers panoramicviews unique in Etosha. The ecologically designed thatched chalets blend into the mountaintop, creating a sense of being one with nature. Three of the twenty chalets are deluxe, with their own plunge pools. A large pool with several pavilions, a fireside boma for game viewing, dining, and relaxing complete the comfortable and ambient layout of the resort. There are more than fifteen waterholes in the vicinity of Dolomite Resort. Distances between Dolomite Resort and the other resorts in Etosha are Okaukuejo (180 km), Halali (250 km), Namutoni (320 km) and Onkoshi (350 km).
Onkoshi Resort is a low-impact environmentally friendly accommodation facility on the eastern edge of the Etosha Pan. Built on elevated wooden decks, it offers 15 chalets, a restaurant and bar area, and an infinity pool overlooking the pan. Guests enter the park at Namutoni. The road between Namutoni and Onkoshi Resort, which was previously only accessible by NWR vehicles, is now open to guests, who can drive through with any vehicle. The lodge is situated on a secluded peninsula overlooking the immense Etosha Pan. It offers a pristine, tranquil and unique experience to its guests.
Okaukuejo is located 17 km from the southern entrance of the park. The resort is famous for its floodlit waterhole where visitors can observe at close quarters a spectacle of wildlife congregating and interacting. The waterhole experience has been enhanced by reducing disturbance in this area. Five of the waterhole chalets are premier double-storey units with a balcony overlooking the waterhole. Accommodation suits every need, from premier bush chalets overlooking the waterhole to family chalets, bush chalets, double rooms and camping.
Halali is situated at the base of a dolomite hill, amongst shady mopane trees. A flood-lit waterhole which is viewed from an amphitheatre- style vantage point provides exceptional wildlife viewing day and night. Accommodation units are beautifully integrated into the natural surroundings. The largest swimming pool in the park provides a welcome respite. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop and fuel station. Accommodation options include family chalets, two- and four-bed bush chalets, double units and camping.
Namutoni is located on the eastern side of Etosha National Park. It centres around an old German Fort, overlooking King Nehale waterhole. Namutoni has been redeveloped to highlight the fort itself, which is a national monument. Privacy for each unit has been enhanced. Accommodation options include comfortable double rooms, bush chalets and camping.
Olifantsrus, a historical site in Etosha National Park, situated in the less utilised western section of the park, approximately 60 kilometres from Galton Gate, is the sole camping-only location in the park. It also boasts what some describe as the greatest wildlife observation hide in Southern Africa. Olifantsrus Camp is situated conveniently between the Galton Gate entrance at the western side of Etosha National Park, and Okaukuejo – one of the park’s oldest accommodation sites. The campsite consists of 10 sites with a maximum group of 8 people per site.