Ongava Game Reserve is located next to the southern boundary of Etosha National Park in Namibia.The reserve boasts 2 accommodation offerings - Ongava Tented Camp & Ongava Lodge - each uniquely designed and creating a natural connection to the surroundings of the area.
From the get-go, the reserve got dedicated to a philosophy of ‘Nature First’, working hard to get biodiversity to it's most natural state and making sure that natural processes are sustained.
Ongava Game Reserve is a great base to visit the Etosha National Park as its neighbours on the park. Guests who want to give something back will really appreciate the effort they make to protect the natural environment for future generations, whilst ensuring a truly brilliant Nambian experience.
Activities at Ongava Game Reserve
Accommodation options at Ongava Game Reserve
How to get there
Hosea Kutako International Airport
Etosha, C38 | Andersson Gate, Namibia
Check in at Ongava Game Reserve
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Ongava Game Reserve
10:00 on day of departure
R9875.00 Last minute rate
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Don't miss the "hide" and lions at night
Great spot right at Etosha gate. Room fantastic,food and staff first class. Game drive in the lodge was definitely worth it for seeing the white rhinos. Not too long an afternoon drive. Highlights though are the “hide” and being woken at night by the sound of lions roaring outside the room- pulse quickening
I was lucky to be there last week,couldn’t believe how welcoming they made me feel. Such an incredible view,looking over the plane. Isolated but so perfect. I hope to return one day. I did get some goodies from their boutique shop
Ongava Game Reserve impact highlights
Ongava Game Resere was established on bold ideas – land reclamation and rehabilitation, reintroduction of wildlife, and the creation of a partnership for the future that is important for the health of the planet and humans. With only four lodges to choose from, each offering a distinct interpretation of luxury, your visit helps Ongava to achieve its highest aspiration: Nature First.