Epacha Game Lodge & Spa
About Epacha Game Lodge & Spa
Epacha Game Lodge and Spa is situated on the 21000 ha Epacha Game Reserve. Each of the individually decorated en-suite chalets has its own private balcony, complete with a breathtaking view across the bush. All chalets are equipped with air-conditioning, mini bar, safe, ceiling fan and coffee and tea facilities.In keeping with the Victorian era in Africa, all chalets are furnished with antiques & decorated in subtle, relaxing colors. Guests can spend time relaxing in our lounge overlooking a waterhole or in the library, smoking room, billiard room or at our pool bar, be rejuvenated by stress relieving therapies in the Spa, which offers the following facilities; sauna, Jacuzzi, steam room, splash pool, Thelaso Therapy room, treatment rooms, out side treatment areas or partake in various activities including game drives on the Epacha Game Reserve, night drives and game drives to the Etosha National Park.the combination of our ingredients and garnishes suggest the origins of the meal and the flavour of our country and an appropriate wine liberates the senses...Our Cuisine echoes a harmonious fusion of international, continental and Namibian influences into a Nouvelle Cuisine Namibienne. Namibian venison varieties and traditional dishes are set off by a carefully selected range of world-renowned South-African wines matured in our own Wine CellarsWe facilitate numerous unique meal settings options from lavish formal dining; scenic terrace dinning; traditional Namibian Boma dinning under the African sky; to intimate romantic dinning and countless other imaginative venues ...Bon appetit, mes amis ! The Epacha Game reserve is home to 21 antelope species as well as endangered species such as Sable antelope.
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