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Ongava Lodge

A level of luxury found in first class hotels complements the friendly, sociable atmosphere at Ongava. The chalets, lodge and public areas are all decorated to the highest standards using indigenous furniture, materials and colours. The rooms have glass fronted doors which lead out onto a private covered veranda overlooking the bush. The main lounge, bar and dining area is also under thatch with wonderful views across the plains and floodlit...

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Ongava Tented Camp

Tented Camp offers eight, twin traditional tents with comfortable accommodation. All with en suite facilities including a basin, toilet, and shower with hot and cold running water. The tents are erected on solid floors extended to a covered veranda, with chairs and tables. Each tent is equipped with insect nets, night lights and flashlights and paths are bordered with stone. Your ranger will stay with you at all times, taking care of you in the...

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Onguma Game Ranch

The Onguma Project was started in 1999 when the Onguma Game Ranch came under new management. The farm shares a common border with the world famous Etosha National Park in northern Namibia. In a nutshell, the Onguma Project entails the pursuit of conservation ideals within the context of a viable economical enterprise. Its purpose is to raise game numbers and to recreate conditions that approach the ecological balance of nature. Onguma offers...

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Okaukuejo Resort

Okaukuejo is situated at the southern centre of the Park and is the oldest establishment in Etosha. It houses the Etosha Ecological Institute from where research and conservation management is conducted. The unique attraction of this resort is that it overlooks a permanent waterhole that is floodlit at night, giving tourists an experience to see some of the shy, nocturnal wildlife such as elephants, lions and black rhinos, etc. Accommodation is...

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Namutoni Resort

Namutoni Resort is situated at the eastern entrance of Etosha and centres around an old German fort built before the turn of the century and converted into tourist accommodation in the late fifties. As a reminder of its military past, a bugle accompanies the hoisting and lowering of the Namibian flag on top of the watch tower at sunset and sunrise. Taking photographs of the Etosha pan from this platform is particularly popular. A floodlit...

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Naua Naua Game Lodge

The Naua Naua Lodge was established in 1999 to provide luxury accommodation near the Etosha National Park. The lodge was integrated into the natural environment, so that there is was as little damage as possible to the indigenous flora and fauna. Naua Naua lodge is situated close to the Anderson entrance to Etosha. Accommodation is in bungalows, rooms or tents. All rooms are furnished generously and luxuriously. From the balcony you have a...

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