With a variety of accommodation styles to choose from including self-catering chalets, full-board rooms and camping sites, Lapa Lange is a great southern stopover for almost any kind of Namibia tour cutting in half the drive from Windhoek to Sossusvlei.
About four hour's drive from Windhoek, Lapa Lange makes for an ideal first night. Especially after a long-haul flight and what will no doubt be a strong urge to get out into the African bush, under the enormous blue skies and to heave a happy sigh. Lapa Lange is that place.
Part of a large private game reserve, the action begins immediately with some of Namibia - and Africa's - more rare wildlife species including rhino, cheetah, giraffe, eland and sable swinging past the waterhole that is the focal point of the lodge.
The rooms are refreshingly modern and well-furnished with large comfortable beds, crispy-clean linen, air conditioning and large en suite bathrooms. All open onto the lawn and face the floodlit waterhole so, while it's perfectly safe, you're never far from a wild animal or two.
Dinner is a venison bonanza often cooked campfire-style and served al fresco beneath the mesmerising Kalahari night sky. Piet's slow-cooked venison pot is legendary. The lodge has a large, cool swimming pool that is just heaven on a hot Kalahari day and you'll need after your game walk or drive.
Self-catering or full-board accommodation including four luxury self-catering chalets and one honeymoon suite (with hot-tub) and 14 luxury suites all with private patios, en suite bathrooms, satellite TV and air conditioning; camping site; restaurant; bar; campfire lapa; swimming pool; wi-fi
Game drives and birdwatching; cheetah feeding; game viewing and birdwatching at the lodge waterhole; walking trails
Page last updated: 2 Oct 2014