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Modelled on the welcoming stylishness of an African homestead, Mushara Outpost is a superb mix of luxury accommodation, delectable cuisine and personal service, appealing to even the most discerning of travellers. This is where old-fashioned hospitality meets impeccable service in a beautiful African setting.
Forming part of the incredible Mushara Collection (together with Mushara Bush Camp, Mushara Lodge and Villa Mushara), Mushara Outpost is an easy 10km from the Von Lindequist Gate, located on the eastern side of the famed Etosha National Park. Its prime positon makes it an ideal spot from which to explore the park and all its many wonders.
16 guests can be accommodated in the specially-designed, tent-like wood and canvas structures perched on the banks of an ancient dry riverbed, known in the Herero language as ”omuramba”. Each is suspended 1.5m above the ground on a wooden deck, giving rise to sweeping views of the untouched bush before you. Floor-to-ceiling glass windows help to create a sense of openness and contribute to keeping the tents feeling airy, while the interiors are kept simple and light.
The shower cubicle in the spacious bathroom is all glass and unzipping the external canvas cover (as far as you dare) will take shower time to a whole new level, as you feel closer to nature than ever before.
The high walls, epic wrap-around balcony and corrugated iron roof of the main lodge complement the old farm house look and feel, with the ambience being one that is warm, welcoming and distinctively African. Since the veranda faces northeast, there’s almost always shade providing a welcome relief from the heat.
Whether you enjoy the privacy of your veranda or the comfort of your tent, the serenity of the bush is assured.
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. Coming from Etosha National Park you will notice the entrance to Mushara Lodge on your right, 8 km from the Von Lindequist Gate. The entrance to Mushara Outpost is another two km down the road.