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How to get there:
From the C33 coming from Karibib on your way to Omaruru you turn left into the D2315.
After 10 km on the D2315 you enter a gate to the "Erongo Mountain Conservancy". Guards will write
down your car's registration number. Please note this is not a police roadblock! This gate only
controls wildlife. No entry fee payable!
After further 14 km, you get the D2316 turnoff. NOTE: At the left turnoff into D2316 we do not
have a signboard yet, just follow the "Erongo Plateau Camp" signboard. On D2316 after 9 km you will find
the left entrance gate of Farm Eileen.
From here on please drive slowly the next 3km on this farm road to the campsite on your right.
Watch out in our rainy season. The road can
be damaged by to heavy rainfalls, thus a vehicle with good ground clearance is advised at all times.
(GPS S21 31.964 E15 45.701)
Our camp can be reached with a normal passenger car:
You register directly at the camping site. Absalom, our camp manager will be there to
assist you. A booked site will get a "reserved sign" at the entrance with the clients name on.
If you have not booked and there are sites available (without a reserved sign), you can directly
look for a nice place to put up camp. Absalom will come around eventually. On weekends and after
hours Absalom will come around only later the afternoon.
Make sure to book in advance if you do not want to get disappointed and do not want to
travel to the next campground, which is a further 35km away. Prior booking over public
holidays or weekends is advisable because only four camping sites are available.
Distances to/from Erongo Plateau Camp: ± km
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