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Mundulea Nature Reserve

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Wonderful experience

We have been on many safaris and cannot count how many guides we have had, but no one nearly as... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
Fantastic experience

This is no ordinary nature reserve and no ordinary wildlife experience. Walking in the bush with... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2016
Grahame A
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 30 September 2016

We have been on many safaris and cannot count how many guides we have had, but no one nearly as knowledgeable as Bruno. It is a special experience to walk with him. Mundulea is a place for nature lovers. The hides in front of one's...More

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Reviewed 14 August 2016

This is no ordinary nature reserve and no ordinary wildlife experience. Walking in the bush with the animals is a completely different way of experiencing Africa. There are no 'guaranteed' sightings here, though there are some wonderful, rare species that might be seen. Wild means...More

Thank Grahame A
Reviewed 9 May 2016

Words just don't describe the sounds, sights and smells of this part of Africa. It is a must to see. For a real experience it's worth waiting by the waterholes at Dusk to see how it all enfolds

Thank WelshmanPembs
Reviewed 8 August 2015

We went for a genuinely different walking and nature experience and were not disappointed. The accommodation is basic (no electricity but uses solar power where possible) but very good and the location/situation about as remote as you could desire. The guided walking is second to...More

Thank Coe-8
Reviewed 18 January 2015

Mundulea is a private nature reserve, adjacent to the Otavi Mountains, comprising about 120 sq kms of Kartsveld. Prior to the present ownership, the reserve comprised 5 over-grazed farms which have now been amalgamated in order to painstakingly restore the fauna and flora to their...More

1  Thank Grogsblossom
Reviewed 11 February 2014

Mundulea is a private reserve some 100 km south of (but not in) Etosha (and thus outside the malarial area) nature reserve. It is the inspiration of its owner, Bruno, who is seeking to return an area of 120 Sq Kilometres to its original, natural...More

3  Thank Louis L
Reviewed 28 August 2013

All of the campsites in Etosha Park were very well laid out and the washrooms were well stocked and clean.

Thank CarefulChoices
Reviewed 13 April 2013

Okaukuejo is one of 3 camps in the Etosha National Park. The accomodation at the waterhole supurb, the campsite very clean. The waterhole out of this world, on day one we were entertained with a magnitude of animals, in the evenings the lion, black rhino...More

1  Thank Bhejanespecialevents
Reviewed 20 September 2012

Mundulea Nature Reserve is absolutly magnificent. The colors, the rythms all give a splendid feeling of tranquility. It should be noted that animals can be seen only with a little of luck and often at a distance! O love it

1  Thank Isaac B
Reviewed 10 May 2011

I have traveled all over the world and our visit with Bruno at Mundulea Nature Reserve is one of my top travel/life experiences. He is brilliant, kind, engaging and a fabulous cook! The accommodations are so beautiful and fit the environment in a way that...More

2  Thank sydney1956
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