Otjiwa Lodge

Description

Otjiwa’s vast 12,000 hectare expanse of bushveld conceals a treasure trove of African wildlife boasting some 25 free roaming game species, including one of the country’s largest herds of Sable Antelope and a number of precious White Rhinoceros, both of which offer guests excellent chances of outstanding sightings. Roan Antelope and big herds of plains game are also frequently spotted. Otjiwa is also renowned for its beautiful dams (artificial lakes) which are home to a rich variety of bird life, chief amongst which must be the majestic African Fish Eagle whose chilling shriek is often heard long before the bird is seen. This is the Otjiwa Experience where Tranquility meets Adventure, offering Romantic Sundowners, Walking Trails, Game Drives, Bird-watching, Rhino Tracking on foot and a multitude of other activities. At the end of the day, accommodation ranging from a luxury hide-away to campsites offers facilities for self-catering and the traditional braai, or the option of dining in style in a topflight restaurant, followed by the assurance of a good night’s rest – before tomorrow’s new adventures

Included

  • DBB

Accommodation Types

Mountain Lodge

Starting from N$ 2580

Elegant Room

Starting from N$ 2230 BB

Family Chalet

Starting from N$1890 BB

The Nest (self-catering)

Starting from N$740

Campsite

Starting from N$250HALETS

Accommodation Info

5 Exclusive Mountain Lodge Chalets - each boasting secluded privacy, twin beds, air-conditioning and mini-bar. Indigenous African flair combines a hint of rustic luxury with amazing panoramic views. Guests share a nearby lounge, bar, dining area and an amazing hilltop infinity swimming pool.

Eagle’s Rest is a resort in itself, with spacious lounge and TV, stylish dining-room, bar, shaded outdoor lounge, beautiful swimming pool and a large boma (seating and openfireplace), all set in an extensive, well-tended garden. It also includes:-
17 Elegant Twin/Double Rooms situated nearby. Stylish luxury includes en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, TV and mini-bar, and private verandah with uninterrupted views of the bushveld and panoramic sunsets.
7 Family Chalets in a village green setting just a short distance from the Reception complex. Each Chalet has an open-plan kitchen, large shower-room with WC and washbasin, two bedrooms, and a lounge - accommodate a maximum of 4 people. A private verandah offers panoramic views of the bushveld and African sunsets together with the option of cooking on an open fire.

The Nest (Farmhouse) is a large, isolated modern house surrounded by bush, and featuring an illuminated water-hole which attracts game passing by at night sometimes even a thirsty rhino! The house has five bedrooms which can sleep 6 to 16 people and has an open-plan kitchen, a comfortable braai (barbecue) area and swimming pool - suitable for a large group or a family.

10 Campsites with easy access (4x4 not required). Clean river sand, shaded under acacia trees, modern facilities, ablution blocks, hot and cold water and braai areas, but no electricity - to ensure a more authentic African adventure. Three campsites are large, seven are smaller and more private.

Room Features

Air-Conditioning
Seating Area
Desk
Housekeeping
Safe
Clothes Rack
En-Suite

Property Amenities

Free internet
Pool
Bar / Lounge
Hiking
Restaurant
Breakfast Available
Wine / Champagne
Outdoor Furniture
Sun Terrace
Laundry Service
Ironing Service

Activities

Morning Game Drive – starting from N$460

Sundowner Game Drive – starting from N$725

Night Drive – starting from N$580

Guided Walk – starting from N$160

Guided Bicycle Trails – starting from N$550

Price Breakdown

Rates for 2022
Mountain Lodge
N$ 2 580.00
Elegant Room
N$ 2 230.00
Family Chalet
N$ 1 890.00
The Nest (self-catering)
N$ 740.00
Campsite
N$ 250.00

Address

GPS Coordinates: S 20° 45’ 36.51” E 016° 47’ 40.93”

Children Policy

  • 0-3 years - Free of charge
  • 4-12 years - Half price

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy

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