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Mushara Lodge

The name Mushara derives from the Purple Pod Terminalia tree, which grows in abundance in the lodge grounds and the surrounding area. The thatched public area consists of a small library, bar with an extensive wine cellar, airy lounge with welcoming fireplace for chilly winter evenings, dining area and well stocked curio shop.

During the summer months, meals are enjoyed on the covered terrace. A feature of Mushara is its large, tiled, bright blue swimming pool surrounded by green lawn that is kept well manicured by the occasional visiting local wildlife. At Mushara the emphasis is on friendly, personalized service accompanied by excellent innovative dining. The only meal served buffet style is breakfast with a choice between continental and cooked English style fare. All other meals are served on a set menu basis and are accompanied by a choice of excellent wines from South Africa.

The main attraction of Mushara is its proximity to Etosha National Park with its diversity and abundance of wildlife. Guided game drives in specialized vehicles into the park can be pre-booked.


In a horseshoe shape around the swimming pool there are ten well-spaced thatched twin bedded chalets, one family unit, two single rooms and three tour guide rooms. Bathrooms are en suite, seven of the chalets and the three guide rooms have just a shower and the other three chalets, the triple room and the single rooms have a bath and shower. Great attention has been paid to the decor.



 Game drives in Etosha National Park 

 Swimming pool 

 2 well marked hiking trails which are ideal for those guests who want to stretch their legs. 

 Visiti to Ombill Cultural Village 



Bed and Breakfast.



Other meals, beverages and transfers.



 We regret no children under 12 years

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per person per night sharing


*Prices may vary according to season

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