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A part of the fabulous Mushara Collection, Mushara Bush Camp joins The Mushara Outpost, Mushara Villa and The Mushara Lodge to bring you a memorable African bush experience. Being just 10km from the eastern entrance of the amazing Etosha National Park, it’s the ideal base for independent travellers to discover the magic of the park, but it’s especially great for families.
Mushara Bush Camp is the latest addition to the collection and can accommodate 32 adult guests and eight children. During your stay, you’ll call custom-made, en-suite tents home, each crafted from a mix of wood, canvas and local limestone. They boast floor-to-ceiling windows and a 8m² private veranda, both of which help to create an airy, open space, while the brushed cement floors and stone walls ensure the interiors remain cool even in the height of the summer. Enjoy a refreshing shower in the spacious bathroom as you enjoy uninterrupted views of the surrounding bush. The tents are equipped with everything you’ll need for a comfortable and seamless stay in the bush.
The moment you walk into the thatched main Bush Camp House, you’ll feel that true bush camp feel. A special play area filled with books, games and toys is sure to keep the young ones occupied while they’re watched over by the friendly and capable minders. The early evening camp fire is the perfect place for sharing stories of the day’s wildlife sightings and with vast plains teeming with everything from wildebeest, to elephant, giraffe, lion and impala, there are bound to be many exciting recounts. The delicious meals are served on the veranda so you can enjoy the serene surrounds while you indulge in superb food.
If it’s a down-to-earth tented camp bush experience you’re after, Mushara Bush Camp is the answer.
Please note: Rates are a guide and subject to change. Please re-confirm rates when booking or enquiring.
Once you have arrived in Tsumeb on your way from Windhoek (530 km in total) you continue north on the B1 for about 74 km and then turn left onto the C38 towards Namutoni. After another 15 km you will see the entrance to Mushara Lodge on your left. Coming from Etosha National Park you will find the entrance to the lodge on your right, 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate.