Taleni Etosha Village offers affordable selfcatering accommodation at Etosha National Park, one kilometre from the Andersson entrance gate near Okaukuejo.
The accommodation units at Taleni Etosha Village have been designed in such a way as to combine comfort with real African charm. The units give the impression of spacious closeness to nature while still conveniently providing all the modern conveniences that today's discerning traveller demands.
Taleni Etosha Village comprises 40 self-catering accommodation units arranged in such a way as to best ensure maximum privacy.
The well appointed self-catering chalets each features twin beds, sleeper couch (free for children under 12!) and en-suite bathroom with open air shower.
Each chalet has its own boma type self-catering area, complete with wash-up area, stove, fridge and BBQ. Eating & cooking utensils available. Our well stocked on-site utility store, "One Stop Cuca Shop", will cater for all basic needs. Restaurant
In line with the history of this ancient land, the restaurant area is spread out, almost 'kraal-like' with natural and traditional building materials as shelter. Our famous buffet meals can be enjoyed in the 'kraal' of your choice.
Taleni Etosha Village Activities:
Guided Game Viewing - min 4 passengers
Twice a day excursions to Etosha National Park using two gameviewing vehicles taking a maximum of 10 passengers per vehicle per trip. Morning drives commence at approximately 06H30, depending on gate opening times which vary during seasonal changes.
These trips last for approximately 6 hours and follow a route through the Andersson Gate to Okaukuejo and further on to various waterholes in a circular route back to Okaukuejo. There is also a stop-over at "Olifant’s Bad" where guests are treated to light refreshments prepared by our gourmet kitchen and have the opportunity to 'stretch their legs' before continuing back to Okaukuejo.
Afternoon drives depart at 14h00 and follow the same route. Depending on the road-accessabilty, guides can suggest and follow alternative routes to ensure maximum exposure to the animals for the guests.
Should vehicles be available, full-day trips can also be arranged. The guides driving these vehicles have extensive knowledge of the area and animals and give a "running commentary" as the trips proceed .
Sundowner Trips - min 4 passengers per trip
Weather permitting, sundowner trips take guests to a nearby hill to enjoy a "sundowner in the bush" while relaxing and watching the incredible sunsets of the area.
The trip departs approximately 18h30, depending on the weather and seasonal sunset changes and returns to the Village after sunset at approximately 19h30.
Taleni Etosha Village Map:
Taleni Etosha Village Guest Review
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 1 review.
Wow! And again wow: to the very earthy feel, to the aircon tents, the staff's friendliness, their helpfullness, the food and the wonderfull hosts you have in Fanie and Helena van Rooyen.....not to forget the coffee machine. A lodge to be experienced!
Rating: Reviewed by Dirk Koch over a year ago
Other Accommodation near Taleni Etosha Village:
Accommodation options within 8km from Taleni Etosha Village include:
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