The Fort dates back to a German police post built before the turn of the
20th century, which was later used as an army base.
The Fort has now been developed into the hub of activity, offering two restaurants, private chill lounges, a bar, craft boutique, curio shop, jewelry and bookstore.
The Fort area is for pedestrian access only, and an elevated decked walkway along the water-hole facing wall provides opportunities for enjoying the surrounding scenery, wildlife and the spectacular sunsets over the flood-lit waterhole.
Accommodation at Namutoni Camp
Accommodation is provided in comfortable en-suite double rooms, interconnected through elevated wooden walkways, or spacious bush chalets, all equipped with private relaxation areas and outdoor showers. Camping is also available.
Activities and Attractions at Namutoni Camp
Pay a visit to the Museum
Relax at the Swimming Pool
Have a drink or a meal at the Restaurant or the Bar
Have a look in our Shop
We are an independent safari operator able to make bookings for Namibia Wildlife Resorts
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