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Etosha Aoba Lodge in northern Namibia is the ideal destination from which to explore the National Park. Etosha Aoba accommodates guests in thatched, en-suite bungalows surrounded by tall tamboti trees. Each bungalow has a large verandah from where you can observe tree squirrels, bush babies and a wide variety of bird life in the 7 000 hectares of... more
A level of luxury found in first class hotels complements the friendly, sociable atmosphere at Ongava. The chalets, lodge and public areas are all decorated to the highest standards using indigenous furniture, materials and colours. In Namibia the full spectrum of African wildlife is freely available, including the 'Big Five' and a wide range of... more
Three times winner of Namibia's Best Lodge category, Huab Lodge is situated on the ephemeral Huab River in dramatic mountain scenery bordering Damaraland. Here, a private nature reserve has been established as a refuge for the 'desert elephants'. Others to be seen are mountain zebra, klipspringer, baboon, oryx and over 170 species of birds, of... more
Botswana hosts one of the most fragile eco-systems in Africa, the Okavango Delta. The river flows south from Angola, not into the sea, but straight into the sands of the Kalahari Desert, to create an ecological marvel - the Okavango Delta. Gametrackers has 3 camps within the Okavango Delta region: Savute Elephant Camp, Eagle Island Camp at Xaxaba,... more
Staying over? Lake Oanob's chalets are a new way of looking at self-catering facilities. Everything is provided, from 40 channels of satellite TV and a hi-fi, to a microwave oven. Each two story chalet, with an open plan living area and cozy fireplace, sleeps four in complete luxury. If you want to sleep under the stars and hear the sounds of the... more
The rugged north-western corner of Namibia known as the Kaokoland is a wild and untamed sector of the continent. In Kaokoland, Epupa Camp is situated east of the Epupa Falls on the banks of the Cunene River. It is a small luxury tented camp managed according to environmentally friendly practices, in full collaboration with the Himba people.... more
Etendeka Mountain Camp strives to be at one with the environment. A small tented camp, Etendeka is truly African. Since water is in short supply, wash basins, hot showers and dry toilet facilities are provided in true African bush style with an emphasis on conserving water. The Damaraland area is host to mountain zebra, oryx, springbok.... more
Wolwedans consists of seven accommodation units and the spacious 'lapa' where guests meet for sundowners, dinner and breakfast. The entire camp is constructed on wooden platforms and overlooks panoramic vistas in all directions. Visitors can see larger game species such as oryx antelope, springbok, ostrich and zebra, as well as smaller desert... more
Cañon Lodge provides guests the opportunity to experience on of nature's greatest masterpieces, the Fish River Canyon, second only to the Grand Canyon in size. The lodge's bungalows each feature natural rock walls, thatch roofs and full en-suite facilities... more
Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, Impalila is a superb lodge providing a variety of unique and stunning experiences in a very special part of Africa. The lodge is positioned uniquely for fishing, birding, game viewing and simply enjoying the best of Africa.... more