Onguma Bush Camp

Onguma Bush Camp

Onguma Local Namibia Special 2020

Onguma Bush Camp offers 18 rooms and is ideal for families with children. Family loft rooms ensure the kids will have a great safari. The lounge and dining areas overlook a stunning waterhole that affords great opportunities to see nature at play around the clock. You don’t even have to leave the camp to see game – they come to you! What better place to enjoy a sundowner drink.

Amenities:

  • Old-world safari style
  • 18 Rooms
  • 3 loft rooms and 3 family rooms
  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Wifi throughout the Camp
  • Spectacular large waterhole
  • Pool
  • Hairdryers
  • Mosquito net

Onguma Bush Camp consists of 3 twin bedded standard loft rooms with a children’s sleep area in the loft, 8 twin bedded Deluxe Rooms, 3 Rondavels, 3 family units with 4 beds, 1 Settler’s Room (formerly the honeymoon suite) as well as 4 single tour guide rooms. ​
The Waterhole/Pool-Side Rooms are built with views of the newly enlarged waterhole or views across the pool.

There is a swimming pool and a thatched bar, lounge and dining area that overlooks the extensive waterhole. 

Child Policy:

  • Children under the age of 3 years stay free of charge
  • Children 3 to 11 years sharing with adults, pay the above children rate
  • The rate for children sharing with adults is a nett rate and includes specified meals
  • Children 12 and above stay in their own room at full price.
  • 3 of the Deluxe rooms are in an unfenced section of the camp and are therefore not recommended for children
  • Onguma Bush Camp is mostly fenced in. However, the adult supervision of children is required at all times
  • GAME DRIVES ARE CONDUCTED ON OPEN SAFARIS VEHICLES. FOR SAFETY REASONS CHILDREN UNDER 10 YEARS ARE NOT PERMITTED ON GAME DRIVE VEHICLES

“Relaxing & understated”
We had a lovely time at the Bush Camp with our 8 month old baby. The bungalow we were in was chic & stylish in an understated way. The shower was very good. We saw a lot if animals on our game drives with Atun when we visited.
The staff were very friendly & helpful & the in house guide was great. The camp provided mossie spray & a screened cot for our baby. The food was good if you are a meat eater – my partner said the kudu was the most tasty meat he’d ever eaten.  The cakes were good too. However, we weren’t there for the food & seeing zebras have a drink whilst you’re doing the same is pretty special.  Breakfast is good & one night our sleep was disrupted by a roaring lion.  A special place and good value for money!

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