At a Glance
Just 10 km from the game rich Etosha National Park
Eight stunning and spacious tented suites
Large swimming pool, perfect to relax by during the heat of the day
The main area is built in the style of an old farm house so it has an intimate homely feel
The lodge is situated on its own 2,500 ha private reserve
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To start planning your vacation to Mushara Outpost
Mushara Outpost is located in a private game reserve, about 10 km from the von Lindquist Gate of Etosha National Park. The lodge has just eight contemporary tented suites, which are built on raised wooden platforms. The suites have glass doors which open onto the shady deck area.
The main area at Mushara Outpost has been constructed in the style of a traditional farmhouse with a corrugated iron roof and a wrap around veranda. The whole lodge has been very stylishly but comfortably furnished. There is also a large swimming pool in the grounds, perfect to cool off during the heat of the day.
The activities at Mushara Outpost are concentrated on 4x4 safari game drives into Etosha National Park, an area renowned for its dramatic arid landscapes and excellent game viewing, particularly around the watering holes.
Mushara Outpost has eight tented suites which are built on raised wooden platforms (about 1.5 meters above the ground). The suites are very contemporary in feel with a shower with glass walls overlooking the bush. The suites have glass doors which lead out onto the shady terrace, perfect to relax and take in the view.
Location & Directions
Mushara Outpost is a beautiful lodge situated just 10km 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 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.