Recently opened in a previously restricted area in western Etosha, Dolomite Camp is beautifully carved into its rocky surrounds. Accommodation is in thatched chalets (actually luxury tents), including a couple with their own plunge pool. The views of surrounding plains are wonderful and there’s even a water hole at the camp, so spotting wildlife doesn’t mean moving far from your bed.
When you do get out and about, the wildlife viewing is superb as the area has been free from human activity for half a century. Guided three-hour day/night wildlife drives cost an extra N$500/650.