Etosha National park is arguably Namibia’s most illustrious park, located within the Kunene region of Northwestern of Namibia.
Far-famed as Africa’s desirable destination for game viewing.
Renowned for its prodigious numbers of wildlife and for the massive infrastructure put in place designed to promote self-drive safaris within the reserve.
On the sequestered Ongava reserves perched on the crest of a hill in Etosha National Park, with unremitting views of the plains.
With three uber-spacious suites capitalizing on exclusivity, grandeur, and adaptability, sure to make your visit is unique and enchanting with an assigned scout and a vehicle for game drives.
Nestled in a private concession over the mopane woodlands bordering Etosha National park, Safarihoek Lodges offers deluxe accommodations in a serene environment.
With eleven guest chalets, two which categorized as standard, eight which are luxury, and the final one a family unit.
You get king-size or twin beds, air conditioning, ensuite bathroom, and panoramic views into the wild.
With a unique photography hide for those close-up photographs of the wildlife.
Enjoy sighting of lions, elephants, and the endangered black rhino will make your stay here memorable.
Onguma The Fort
Previously was known as Onguma Plains Camp, situates on the astern gate of Etosha National Park, looking out on Fischer’s pan.
Borrowing much of its architectural designs from Fort Namutoni, Onguma built up resembling an actual fort and intricately designed with close attention to detail, paying homage to the Morrocan culture.
With twelve suites of six rows each, and built up to resemble a mini fort complete with a turret.
Activities at the fort, game drive in the park, bush walks, amazing sunset drives and bird watching.
Set within the confines of Etosha National park on the eastern outskirts and strategically positioned with a tranquil environment fashioned to exhibit mellowness.
The focal point of the lodge is the salt pan- due to its ample size, it’s the largest in Africa.
Drawing herds of buffaloes on its shimmering crust present picturesque opportunities.
The waterholes are a beehive of activities with animals coming from afar to quench their thirsts, and all relished from the lodge’s patio.
With ten thatched chalets built up in a horseshoe shape enclosing the swimming pool.
Set within the crest of a small Kopje, within the privately owned Ongava game reserve.
Sharing a border with Etosha National park guests have the opportunity of delving into both Etosha National park and the Ongava Reserve.
With the waterhole within its environs animals flock here, creating impressive sights that you can revel from the viewing deck.
Excursions within the reserve often lead to the sighting of a variety of animals.
Guest accommodation consists of thirteen chalets offering deluxe accommodation and a family chalet.
Etosha Aoba Lodge
It can be found on the Eastern side of Etosha National park, priding itself with vast and versatile wildlife and bird species.
Guests can choose from a variety of accommodation offered here with eight bungalows and three bush suites.
With a variety of activities like bush walks or game drives within the reserve.
Etosha Safari Lodge
Perched on a hill amidst ravishing mopane woodlands. Looking out over the wondrous Namibian savannah, ten kilometres south of the Andersson’s gate.
Consisting of sixty-five ensuite guest accommodation chalets.
Being one of the oldest conservations in the region and Africa at large, the lodge prides with the big five residences within the reserve and a fantastic galore of birdlife.
Anderssons at Ongava
The lodge is named after the Swedish adventurer Charles Andersson, looking out over a waterhole where animals flock to quench their thirsts, creating awe-inspiring views for the guests visiting.
Accommodation is well thought of with eight ensuite guest suites with spacious bedrooms, plush lounges, cosy fireplaces, and all of the chalet’s surroundings an infinity pool.
Anderson offers a variety of activities that the guests in the facility can relish like; nature walks, birding, rhino approaches, and a visit to the Ongava Research centre.
Okutala Etosha Lodge
Privately owned and operated, it started as a rehabilitation centre for wildlife.
Located south of the Andersson gate and can be accessed via shuttle services from Namibia’s capital, self-drive from Windhoek, or fly-ins coming in the land at the lodges’ airfield.
With twenty-one deluxe rooms offering a luxury single, shared, and family rooms all with private terrace.
Okutala provides a variety of activities either at the reserve or national park for the guests to indulge in bush buffets, guided hiking itineraries, guided tours to Etosha National park, and birding for keen birders.
Epacha Game Lodge and Spa
Perched on the crests of the hills on Epacha game reserves, the facility houses eighteen luxury chalets interspersed over the hills looking out over into the reserve.
Each cottage houses an ensuite bathroom, king-size bed, a minibar, and an inside and outside shower.
An Epacha safari itinerary entails, game drive at Epacha game reserve and Etosha National parks, clay pigeon shooting, spa and aroma baths, star gazing, birding, and quad biking on the nature trails.
After a day full of activities, you get to enjoy the delectable meals and the refreshing drinks prepared.
Onguma Bush Camp
Its located within the confines of Onguma Reserve, on the eastern border of Etosha National Park.
Accommodation at the camp consists of eighteen lodges; the family units, rondavels, loft room, deluxe rooms and settlers’ room.
The facility also other amenities like a swimming pool, bar, conference centre and restaurant, among others.
Guests are treated to a variety of activities, birding, night or sunset game drives, guided bush walks, self-drives within the reserve and Onkolo hide where guests can take pictures.
With decent infrastructure, well-maintained road network and diverse range of deluxe lodging options, a visit to Etosha is one to look out for.
The prolific wildlife concentration within its reserves and coupled with various activities, Etosha is arguably the most desirable destination to visit while in Namibia.