Guests per Safari Vehicle
Situated on the eastern boundary of Etosha National Park in Namibia lies the Onguma Nature Reserve, a private wilderness spanning 34,000 hectares. Within this reserve, elevated on wooden decks and with panoramic views over one of Onguma’s most beautiful and active waterholes is the exclusive and intimate Onguma Camp Kala.
Appealing to the sophisticated luxury travellers, seeking authenticity and deep comfort, the camp accommodates just eight guests in 4 spacious Suites. Each Suite boasts a sumptuous bedroom and comfortable lounge with a state-of-the-art air-cooling system, and a beautiful bathroom with bespoke double vanities, full-size free-standing bathtub and generous shower. With privacy in mind each Suite has its own deck with a plunge pool, wood-fired hot tub and along a short walkway, a secluded, shaded Sala with an outdoor daybed - perfectly placed for an armchair safari – or even a “sleep out” under the stars.
In the central guest area, there is a comfortable lounge, cocktail bar and an expansive deck. The dining area has an open plan, interactive ‘show’ kitchen and all-day pantry for tasty treats. A highlight at Camp Kala is undoubtedly the ground-level photographic hide which offers a different perspective of all the waterhole action. There is also a gym, spa and yoga deck.
Onguma Nature Reserve consists of 34,000 hectares of protected Namibian wilderness, situated on the eastern border of Etosha National Park at Fisher’s Pan. Here you will have the opportunity of experiencing Africa in all its beauty and diversity. Onguma is home to numerous plains game, as well as four of the “Big 5”. After enjoying a game drive into Etosha National Park in the morning, you have several options to choose from when you return to your chosen Camp.
Onguma Nature Reserve boasts more than thirty different animal species, including plains game such as giraffe, kudu, oryx, eland, hartebeest, zebra, impala and black rhino, as well as predators such as lion, cheetah and leopard. In addition, more than 300 bird species that can be seen on the reserve. During the Nambibian summer months, Onguma becomes a birdwatcher’s paradise with thousands of birds migrating to the wetlands created by the seasonal rains and ephemeral river systems. By visiting Onguma you help support our anti-poaching teams who are constantly active, ensuring a safer environment for all our animal and bird species alike, and conserving this ecosystem for the future.
The Onguma Nature Reserve offers the Big 4 as there are no buffalo in this reserve
Onguma Camp Kala, Tsumeb, Namibia