Etosha Safari Lodge
Etosha Safari Lodge is a Gondwana Collection property on the edge of Etosha offering comfort, convenience and total serenity.
The Gondwana Collection, having established itself as an industry-leading eco-tourism operator in southern Namibia, brings its impeccable eco-values to the edge of Etosha.
With individual chalets spread along a low hill overlooking a vast expanse of African bush, Etosha Safari Lodge offers comfort, convenience and that ever-important feeling of being far from people and deep in the beautiful countryside.
The lodge is nine kilometers from the southern entrance to Etosha National Park - Namibia’s premier safari destination - and you can easily drive your own vehicle into the park and enjoy exceptional game viewing at one of many natural waterholes on the edge of the Etosha Pan. You can also join the daily safari into the park in a custom-fitted safari vehicle where your guide offers amazing insight into the animals, birds, plants and history of the area.
When you are not in the park make use of any of the three swimming pools, enjoy a drink at the bar which overlooks this mopane savannah, or relax in your air conditioned chalet. The 65 enormous double chalets, spaced well apart from each other, are fitted with a solar geysers (with electric back-up to ensure hot water at all times), en suite bathrooms, and large verandahs to embrace the endless views.
Bed and breakfast accommodation in 65 separate chalets; double or twin beds; en suite bathrooms; verandah; mosquito nets; a la carte restaurant; bar and pool terrace; swimming pools (3); campsite nearby for self-drive camping safaris.
Daily guided game drives into Etosha National Park for some of the best wildlife and birding opportunities in southern Africa. And the lodge is perfectly positioned for you to get to the Etosha gate easily and quickly … only nine kilometers away. Your guide will take you for game drives or if you are “self-driving”, you do your own game drives. If this is your first visit to Etosha, we recommend you do your first game drive with the lodge guide and safari vehicle as this will give you an excellent introduction to Etosha, where to go, where to view wildlife and birdlife and the best time to go.
Page last updated: 17 Sep 2013