About Okambara Elephant Lodge
Okambara Elephant Lodge offers adventure and luxury on an exclusive game ranch in the middle of the Namibian bush where you can witness a special experience. On this 15000 hectare game ranch, you can look forward to comfortable accommodation.
The Okambara lodge lies about an hour east Windhoek’s international airport in the middle of the
Okambara mountains, at an altitude of 1600, falling outside the malaria region.
With its four towers the main building reminds one of the Victorian castle Namutoni from the
outside, offering comfortable accommodation in Namibian country style inside.
Five large and comfortable apartments are at guests' disposal. One of them has been designed specifically for families and therefore has two separate bedrooms. The remaining apartments are each designed for two people. There are mini bars available in our two rondavels and the mountainhouse. There is a big fridge in the main house in our lobby. Okambara also has two thatched Rondavels each suitable for two people. The Rondavels are also equipped with private bathrooms.
Breakfast and dinner is served in the tastefully decorated living room. From there, guests have direct access to the large terrace complete with a barbecue facility, oven and a fireplace. Dinner is served on the terrace, especially in summer. From the terrace you can view the two adjacent waterholes where kudu, oryx, waterbuck and impala visit in the evenings to quench their thirst.
The lodge keeps elephants, rhinos, giraffes, hyenas, cheetahs, zebras, ostriches and lots of different types of antelopes. We offer our guests exclusive round trips and safaris to observe and photograph game.It is a memorable experience for old and young.
Safari: The lodge keeps elephants, rhinos, giraffes, hyenas, cheetahs, zebras, ostriches and lots of different types of antelopes. We offer our guests exclusive round trips and safaris to observe and photograph game.
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