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Ohorongo Lodge

Our original household, Ohorongo Lodge has evolved over the decades to become a refined retreat, where comfort and freedom go hand-in-hand. From the smile of the staff to the individually curated rooms, Namibian culture greets you at every turn.

We place great importance on ensuring every aspect of your stay is special. And whilst you’ll enjoy the sophistication of a modern-day lodge, You’re still never out of earshot of the wilderness.

Ohorongo Lodge at a glance

  • 25m2 pool
  • Natural
    garden
  • Kitchen
    garden
  • Dusk and dawn
    waterhole
    viewing area
  • Library
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

The Rooms

Our Lodge rooms are decorated in traditional Namibian style, with curios, artefacts and natural wonders.

Don’t expect a wide-screen television; this is a chance to experience real Namibia. Spend your time writing at your wooden desk, absorbing the endless landscape or cooling off from a day’s colossal adventure.

We are on hand around the clock to bring you fresh coffee, or ice-cold drinks. There’s plenty of private space for your morning yoga, or for kids to run around. All rooms are only a few meters from the pool, library and bar.

3
standard
twin rooms


25sqm in size

En-suite bathroom

Shower

Safe

Charging Points

Writing desk

Child cot available on request

2
premium
twin rooms


2 luxury rondavels

30 sqm in size

King size bed

Writing desk

En suite bathroom

Game viewing sundeck

Private gardens
 


A day at the lodge

Gather at the communal breakfast table in time to watch game visiting to the waterhole.

After breakfast we’ll arrange a safari tour to meet your requirements. Walking or driving, our guides will take you to the best spots for the nature experience you desire. And if you’d rather browse the library, recline in comfort, or cool off in the pool, you go right ahead.

As the day winds down, we’ll meet at the pool bar for an aperitif, before a three-course exploration into Namibian cuisine. Seasonal and locally sourced, sustainable food is central to the Ohorongo way.

Following dinner, discuss the day’s special moments around the fire pit as the game congregates at the illuminated water hole.