Draaihoek Lodge, Elands bay: Very comfortable accommodation. We stayed in the Manor House which was easily accessible in a wheelchair. The restaurant was very nice with delicious food.
Oewerbos River Camp, Vioolsdrif: We stayed in a chalet set back from the river. It was very comfortable and accessible in a wheelchair. Assistance was needed to get up a step onto the verandah. Lovely pub and restaurant with a deck overlooking the river.
Website with contact details: http://oewerbos.co.za/
Goibib Mountain Lodge, off the B1 close to Ai Ais National Park: Very comfortable and clean rooms which are wheelchair enabled. Excellent service from the staff and dinner with the owner was great.
Website with contact details: http://goibibmountainlodge.com/
Monteiro, Windhoek: A convenient place to stay outside Windhoek. The rooms are basic but comfortable. Not recommended for wheelchair users.
Website with contact details: http://www.monteironamibia.com/
Okaukuejo Camp, Etosha: We didn’t enjoy camping at Okaukuejo. It was very busy, the campsites were small and very few had shade. Not ideal in a wheelchair with assistance needed to get into the ablution block.
Namutoni Camp, Etosha: A much nicer campsite than Okaukeujo in our opinion. Bigger campsites with more shade and not as busy. Help is still required to get to the ablutions in a wheelchair.
Popa Falls Resort, Divundu: We stayed in one of the Luxury chalets. It was very comfortable and beautifully decorated. Wheelchair accessible but very expensive.
The campsites didn’t impress us. They were on a hill, small and very hard, stony ground.
Nunda River Lodge, Divundu (Popa Falls): Very nice facilities and campsites. We had a river front site which was big and had shade. Deep sand in patches so assistance required at times in a wheelchair. The ablution block is quite a distance away from the river front sites and assistance needed to get there. The facilities inside the ablution block are accessible though and very well maintained.
Camp Kwando, Kwando River: Very nice, grassed campsites with lots of shade. Our site had private ablutions which were accessible in a wheelchair with a bit of assistance. Own shower stool required. Nice facilities and pub and restaurant area with a deck overlooking the river.
Ngina Camp, Kasane: The campsites were a good size and well shaded. Facilities were badly maintained. Assistance required to get to ablution block in a wheelchair. Own shower stool required.I don’t know if the campsite is still operating. There doesn’t appear to be any updates or information on the internet.
The Big Fig Inn, Martin’s Drift Border Post area: Very nice chalets which are easily accessible in a wheelchair. Recommended as a stop-over en-route to or from Botswana.
Bains Lodge, Bloemfontein: Comfortable, budget accommodation which is accessible in a wheelchair with assistance up a step into the room. Nice pub and restaurant. Very busy and noisy the night we stayed there.