Explore both the private reserve and the expansive park, enjoying impressive views of the lodge’s waterhole and surrounding plains
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Safari | Wildlife
Cleverly constructed on the slopes of a small hill in the private Ongava Game Reserve and along the southern boundary of the Etosha National Park, this lodge offers the chance to discover the magical landscapes and wildlife of one of Southern Africa’s premier wildlife reserves. The easiest and quickest method of transport is a short flight from Windhoek, taking just over one hour; alternatively a self-drive will take approximately four to five hours.
Fourteen large stone and thatch chalets accommodate guests at Ongava Lodge, all featuring private wooden verandahs and stylish furnishings. The luxurious chalets have their own private viewing deck and spacious en suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers.
Outdoor dining under the stars whilst viewing game drinking at the watering hole is an experience that will never be forgotten. Buffet breakfasts lunch and dinners are served in the restaurant under thatch, or in the split-level lounge or dining room. All locations offer outstanding views of the camp’s watering hole.
Enjoy 4x4 drives through the Okaukuejo area of the Etosha as you go in search of lion, elephant, cheetah, gemsbok, springbok, hartebeest and more. Make use of the guided walking safaris, tracking white rhino on foot and explore the hide near camp, often used for photography. Additional facilities include a swimming pool, curio shop and a relaxing bar and lounge area overlooking the waterhole.
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Book by: 18 October 2017
Explore the plains of the Namib Desert, the apricot dunes of Sossusvlei, the charming coastal town of Swakopmund, the rugged terrain of Damaraland and the abundance of wildlife in the world-renowned Etosha National Park.
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