When it comes to bucket lists, national parks across, South Africa’s Kruger, and Tanzania’s Serengeti and Ngorogoro instantly come to mind. One place that isn’t featured so often is Namibia’s Etosha.
Etosha’s location makes it so unspoiled and captivating in the northwest of the country.
According to a report, Dolomitewas the first to open west of Etosha .
Set on a prominent dolomite ridge offering beautiful views over the surrounding landscape, Dolomiteis a permanent tented with an emphasis on personal , offering an exclusive experience with a smaller number of guests.
Dolomiteis surrounded by various wildlife– lion, leopard, massive herds of elephant, rhino, giraffe, wildebeest, cheetah, hyena, mountain and plains zebra, springbok, kudu, gemsbok, and eland, and those are just the headliners of the 114 species that congregate here.
It’s also worth pointing out that the area is surrounded by a myriad of luxurious lodging options for those looking to drive into the park and out every day. Etosha Safari Lodge, with its infinity pool that overlooks the plains, is a favorite.
The best time to visit is during the dry period from May through October.
at Dolomite comprises only 20 elevated with thatched roofs dotted among the rocky outcrop to ensure both privacy and beautiful panoramic views.
include a guest lounge, fireside boma, two restaurant areas, a swimming pool, laundry , and a bar.
The private bushare equipped with a small minibar fridge, tea/coffee station, ensuite bathroom, small balcony, comfy beds, mosquito nets, in-room safe, and a wardrobe.
Meanwhile, there are three deluxeat Dolomite Resort. The deluxe are built from canvas and thatch, forming tented with beautiful views out over the surrounding area.
Each of the deluxeat Dolomite Resort has their plunge pool to cool off in and a small minibar fridge, tea/coffee station, ensuite bathroom, small balcony, comfy beds, mosquito nets, in-room safe, and a wardrobe