Ohorongo Safari Lodge is the original household on the reserve, now converted into a private guest space with five ensuite bungalows, traditionally decorated and kept cool between thatch and tile. Shared outdoor spaces are peaceful and offer comfortable places to relax while listening to the birdlife and admiring the lovingly maintained desert garden.
A swimming pool surrounded by a green, grass lawn, a bar, lounge, library and curio shop are linked to the individual bungalows by the slate-stone pathways, creating what feels like an oasis in the heart of the expansive Ohorongo Private Game Reserve. The carefully curated succulent garden is in tune with the arid surroundings, and there is a waterhole on the perimeter so that guests can enjoy watching wildlife pass by in their natural habitat.
By its very nature, Ohorongo is about sustainability and connectedness with the natural surroundings. As such, there is little to distract from the experience of being in this special place in Africa, only elements to enhance one’s enjoyment of it.
The food prepared and served is a big part of celebrating the natural ingredients and culture of the location. Guests can expect to enjoy top-grade, sustainability sourced meat, and fresh produce largely produced in the vegetable garden on site. Before sitting down to eat together, enjoy a drink around the fire overlooking the last of the light on the plains.
Spending time at Ohorongo Lodge is as much a part of the guest experience as the safari activities are, which is why the features and facilities have been designed to offer entertainment and relaxation. The outdoor spaces are cool under the shade of thatch, and the grounds are beautifully maintained to bring desert plants into focus. Guests will especially like the swimming pool and bar alongside it for cooling off and enjoying an afternoon gin and tonic.
The outdoor lounge has comfortable furniture and a selection of books to choose from, so guests can get stuck into a story or page through a photographic book showcasing the landscapes and species of Namibia. The curio shop has a selection of arts and crafts, clothing merchandise, jewellery, and trinkets so that guests can depart with a piece of Ohorongo to take home with them.
WiFi is available in the bar/dining area only.
Yes the Lodge is child friendly. Children aged 6 to 11 pay 50% of the adult rate. Children aged 12 and over pay the full adult rate. No children under age 6. Children aged 0 to 5 stay free of charge.
Namibia is a place all of its own, and the location of Ohorongo Private Game Reserve occupies a unique semi-desert territory that offers a sense of wilderness not easily replicated. To the west of Ohorongo is the Skeleton Coast and Damaraland, home of the specially adapted population of desert lions and elephants that defy expectations; to the northeast is Etosha National Park, where waterholes are humming with the presence of wildlife.
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