Mushara Bush Camp
At a Glance
Stylish tented bush camp close to Etosha National Park
Very family friendly as the owners have children
Large swimming pool to cool off in
Wonderful children's play area
Five family tented rooms
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Call us on 858 345 1761 to start planning your vacation to Mushara Bush Camp or take a look at our itineraries to Etosha
Mushara Bush Camp is a down to earth camp that is ideally located on the Mushara Private Reserve about 8km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern outskirts of the Etosha National Park.
The camp has a bush chic feel to it and has 16 tented rooms which are linked to the main area by a stone pathway and covered with a thatched roof to keep the rooms cool. Five of these rooms are a little larger and have a sofa bed which pulls out for children. The owners have children so they have very much designed this great value lodge with families in mind.
There is a fantastic large swimming pool to cool off in during the heat of the day, one end is shallower for children and there are plenty of sun loungers to relax on. In the children's outdoor play area there is a fantastic climbing frame and inside the main area lots of toys and a table set up with crayons and coloring and story books. The lodge is also able to offer flexible meal times and menus to fit in with families.
Mushara Bush Camp has 16 en-suite tented rooms which are linked to the main area by a stone pathway. Five of these rooms are a little larger and have a sofa bed which pulls out for children, these rooms are also located closer to the main area.
Location & Directions
Mushara Bush Camp is a beautiful camp situated just 8km from the Von Lindequist Gate on the eastern outskirts of the Etosha National Park.
When to go
The best time to visit Etosha is from April to September as the temperature is tolerably cool, especially at night. From May to September the increasingly thirsty animals gather at waterholes, making it the best time to go to Etosha for game viewing. Summer is the best time to travel to Etosha for bird watching as migratory birds (both intra-African and Palaearctic) flock into the park's many habitats after the summer rains.