Whether a 4x4 adventure is what you are looking for, spent exploring the wilder more remote side of Etosha in our fully equipped safari vehicles via remote and wild bush camps & campsites, or a little more comfort or luxury is needed, we will arrange it all and Private Guide you on your adventure.
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Ongava Lodge is situated along the southern boundary of Etosha National Park in the privately owned Ongava Game Reserve. Ongava is the ideal place from which to base your activites when visiting Etosha.
Accommodation comprises twelve air-conditioned brick, rock and thatch chalets, each with en-suite facilities.Meals are either served in the main dining area under thatch with a view over the camp's water hole, or on the dining deck under the stars. Activities include game drives in open 4x4 vehicles into the Okaukeujo area of Etosha where Lion, Elephant, Cheetah, Gemsbok, Springbok and Hartebeest can be seen at many of the waterholes in the park.
In addition, hides and walks with armed guides are enjoyed on the private reserve. Ongava has resident White and Black Rhino, giving guests staying at Ongava the unique opportunity to see both of these charismatic species.
ONGAVA TENTED CAMP
Ongava Tented Camp is situated along the southern boundary of Etosha National Park in the 30,000-hectare, privately owned Ongava Game Reserve. The small tented camp is built in a different sector of the reserve to Ongava Lodge.Accommodation comprises eight large comfortable walk-in tents (but can be sold as nine tents on request), each with en-suite facilities, including flush toilet and a hot shower.
All meals are enjoyed in the thatched dining area that overlooks an active waterhole. The camp also has a small pool.
Activities include game drives into the Okaukuejo area of Etosha where Lion, Elephant, Cheetah, Gemsbok, Springbok, and Hartebeest can be seen at many of the waterholes in the Park.In addition, hides and walks are offered on the private reserve. Ongava has resident White Rhino and Black Rhino, allowing guests staying at Ongava the unique opportunity to see both of these charismatic species.