In the African Wilderness of Namibia, authentic African style, combined with savoir –vivre is the basic concept of Omalanga Safaris in the Mopane Camp. What is Mopane? The name Mopane is named after the Mopane tree that is found often in our area. With our friendly Omalanga Team we offer you the dream holidays. Our Camp consists of luxury tents with bathroom (shower, toilet, wash basin and a save that can be used in the tents). We have a big lapa with a bar, a swimming pool, a cozy sitting area with a fire place in cold winters. The camp is equipped with amenities, luxury up-to-date equipment. Relax at the swimming pool, or communicate with your folks at home via satellite phone or the internet. At night we offer you a outside fire place under the open sky with bright stars and a view on our open plain with a illuminated small water hole where you can watch many species of animals at night. Aside that, we also offer you a high quality three course menu for dinner, a delicious breakfast and a big lunch every day. The kitchen is based on the same high standards guaranteed by Omalanga Safaris. The kitchen staff combines international cuisine with the typical Namibian culinary art in the preparation of meals. One of the highlights we offer is a sundowner in the wilderness with refreshments and snacks and watching the sun going down in red/ orange colours ending another grate day in Namibia.
- ♦ Luxury tents
- ♦ En-suite bath room, hot & cold water
- ♦ Private terrace
- ♦ Electricity 220 volt & multi adapter
- ♦ WIFI & souvenir shop with outdoor gear
- ♦ Pool & bar with open savannah & water hole
- ♦ Game drives
- ♦ Sundowners
- ♦ Game & bird viewing
- ♦ Clay pigeon shooting
- ♦ Day trips to Etosha National Park / Ombili Bushmen Foundation / Tsumkwe in Bushmen Land
- ♦ Horse riding
- ♦ Cave exploring
Route to follow to reach Mopane Camp
On leaving Windhoek travel on the B1 national road till you reach Otavi. Turn left into Otavi and continue along the tarred road until you see the railroad (preceded by a stop sign). Cross over. Continue along the road until you reach the next stop sign. Turn left and proceed along this tarred road which will eventually become a gravel road. Turn right and stay on this road (D3028) for 32 km until you reach the gate of the game-proof fence on the right-hand side of the road. The camp is situated 2 km from the afore-mentioned gate.
The vegetation is characterized by dense bushveld and open savannah plains, the well-known Makalani palm tree, the Tamboti and Mopane trees, all of which are indigenous to this region. The white backed vulture nests high up in the Makalani palm tree and consequently is not disturbed when breeding.
Eland, Kudu, Common Impala, Blue and Black Wildebeest, Blessbok, Springbok, Duiker, Oryx, Red Hartebeest, Steenbok, Warthog, Damara Dik-Dik, Burchell’s and Hartmann’s Zebra.