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Welcome to Otjiwa Lodge
Otjiwarongo was established in 1892 and is considered one of the oldest towns in the country. The word “Otjiwarongo” is derived from the Herero language meaning the beautiful place. The lodge offers five modern luxury chalets with decors that reflect ethnic African elegance.
Indigenous African ambience with magnificent views over vast sandy savannah, are the characteristics of this new stylish lodge, situated south of Otjiwarongo, close to the popular Waterberg Plateau Park. The chalets are nestled in a panoramic mountain slope, with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, mini-bar and pool in the lounge garden.
Set amidst the unspoilt beauty of Namibia’s oldest game farm, Otjiwa Safari Lodge is the ultimate holiday destination for those in search of an authentic African experience that meets the very best in international tourism standards. True Namibian hospitality and personal service go without saying.
The ranch is a veritable treasure trove of African wildlife and boasts a variety of some 25 game species that freely roam its 12 000ha expanse of bushveld. Amongst these is one of the country’s largest herds of sable antelope, the precious white rhinoceros, roan antelope, as well as big herds of plains game. Renowned for its beautiful dams, Otjiwa is also home to rich bird life, amongst which the majestic African fish eagle.
Otjiwa Lodge Accommodation
Otjiwa Mountain Lodge offers the perfect mélange of rustic charm and world-class luxury, whilst providing the ideal vantage point from which to appreciate Namibia’s natural beauty at its best.
The Lodge offers five modern, privately situated two-bed chalets, all with panoramic views and reflecting indigenous African style in their décor. All rooms have en suite bathrooms with bath and shower and are equipped with mini-bars and air-conditioning. A laundry and cleaning service is included. The tariff also includes breakfast, whilst light lunches and dinners are available at additional charge upon request.
Enjoy personal attention and home-style cuisine served in our dining room
during any meal relax in our cosy lounge and bar area or cool off in the adjoining
romantic swimming pool whilst indulging the senses with a magnificent view
of the savannah bushveld and the Omboroko Mountains.
The Nest is a fully-equipped, modern house, privately situated in the bush and decorated in style. A lit-up waterhole ensures that guests will not miss the thirsty rhino visiting its drinking spot at night. Ideally suited for groups, this five-bedroom, five-bathroom self-catering unit provides accommodation for up to 16 people (10 adults and six children). The Nest features an open-plan kitchen area which is fully equipped with stove, microwave and refrigerator. The unit is also equipped with air-conditioning and fans whilst a private swimming pool with braai facilities set amongst the trees offers the perfect spot for refreshing relaxation after a long day beneath African skies.
Eagle’s Rest consists of seven fully-equipped, self-catering units that vary in size from four to six bed chalets. Eagle’s Rest units 1, 2 and 3 are all two-bedroom, one bathroom chalets with two single beds in each bedroom, thus sleeping four persons in total. In each chalet, one of the bedrooms features a private, open veranda which overlooks the beauty of the bushveld and offers a view of Namibia’s enchanting sunsets.
Eagle’s Rest units 4, 5, 6 and 7 are two-bedroom, one bathroom chalets
with two single beds in each room, as well as one sleeper couch sleeping two
persons. Each of these units thus sleeps six persons in total. These units
too each have an open veranda.
Each house is beautifully decorated in warm African style. Each unit’s sleeper-decorated, open-plan kitchen provides everything one needs to whip up a feast. Alternatively, guests may enjoy making use of the outdoor, open fireplace.
Otjiwa camp site
Nestling beneath a canopy of acacia trees, the Otjiwa campsite is the ideal spot to get away from it all. The site is situated next to a beautiful river bed and to ensure an authentic African camping experience, no electricity is available! Three well-kept and spacious camping areas all of which are ideal for larger groups or families have their own fireplaces and washing areas.The sites are covered in clean river sand and a well-planned ablution area provides separate facilities for men and women. Seven smaller, more private camp sites each offer their own fireplace and water supplies, as well as a smaller ablution area. And rest assured, there is no need for off-road vehicles all Otjiwa’s camp sites are easily accessible by regular vehicle.
Activities: Game viewing drives and walking trails bring
you in touch with a spectacular variety of wildlife, roaming freely on Otjiwa
in their natural habitat, ranging from the majestic white rhino to superb
antelopes such as waterbuck, kudu and sable.
Attractions: For visitors who wish to explore the surrounds, Otjiwa’s central location provides its guests with the perfect base from which day trips can be undertaken to the famous Etosha National Park, the Waterberg Plateau nature conservancy, a cheetah conservation sanctuary, dinosaur tracks (also known as ‘spoor’) and of course, the Namibian capital, Windhoek.
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Prices are staring prices given as a guide only, actual price may vary depending on availability.
A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation with balance payable 10 weeks before your travel date. Bank transfer, credit and debit cards accepted for pre-bookings. Paypal available on request.
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