Getting to Anderssons at Ongava

Over 340 birds and various game species can be seen in Ongava Game Reserve, Etosha National Park, Namibia.

There is a breathtaking diversity of flora and fauna in Ongava Game Reserve, Etosha National Park, Namibia. Game such as Lion, Elephant and Rhino roam freely between the reserve and park and guests have the best of both worlds at Andersson’s Camp. This area is easily accessed by road and guests can also self-drive in the park.

Ongava Game Reserve, within the Etosha National Park, was formed from four cattle ranches in 1991. Now a haven for large concentrations of game, Ongava shares a fenceless southern boundary with Etosha and offers guests incredible big game viewing experiences all year round.

Andersson’s Camp was named after the first European explorer, Charles Andersson who together with Sir Francis Galton discovered the fascinating Etosha Pan in 1851. This massive salt pan, one of the largest in the world, is for the most part a flat moon-like wasteland. It does, however have many waterholes and natural springs on the southern fringes which attract just about every kind of African animal.

The Etosha Pan transforms briefly into a watery haven after unpredictable summer rains. Flamingos and other wetland birds arrive in great numbers when this happens and the surrounding landscape turns green overnight. A surprising variety of vegetation survives on the edges of the pan. Ongava is positioned amongst Mopane woodland with the low Ondundozonanandana Mountains in the background.

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