Okambara Elephant Lodge - Family lodge west of Gobabis

Okambara Elephant Lodge

Family-run lodge west of Gobabis, east of Windhoek Airport

Okambara Elephant Lodge is a family run lodge / guestfarm offering 8 African bungalows, each with en suite bathrooms and minibar. The Lodge is famous for its wildcat sanctuary where guests can observe and feed leopards, cheetahs and caracals.

Also elephants, giraffes and several species of antelope can be visited on a game drive. Okambara Elephant Lodge offers a swimming pool and a tastefully decorated lounge area for guests.

Activities

Activities at Okambara Elephant Lodge

Meet rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra, ostrich and other animals on our 15.000 ha reserve. At Okambara Elephant Lodge you will find the greatest wildlife observation possibilities in this part of Namibia.

Accommodation & Rates

Accommodation at Okambara Elephant Lodge

Guests accommodation is provided in five appartements, 2 rondavels (African style bungalows) or the newly renovated old farm house, the Parrothouse.

  2016 2017
PP Single N$ 920  
PP Sharing N$ 920  

Rates are per person per night DBB / Bed levy included
Rates 2016: Valid from 01.01.2016 - 31.12.2016

Rates 2017: Valid from 01.01.2017 - 31.12.2017

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Location

Okambara Elephant Lodge is situated east of the Windhoek Airport and can be reached in a one hours drive.

Taste of Namibia - 6 Days

The 6 day Taste of Namibia tour is a combination of our 3 day Etosha and our 3 day Sossusvlei tour. It’s designed to show you the best of Namibia, from the breathtaking landscapes of Sossusvlei to the unforgettable wildlife of the Etosha National Park. This tour departs on every Wednesday (Accommodated) and Saturday (Camping) from Windhoek.

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Gobabis Historical Tour

Half Day Tour

Epoko meaning ‘’ a cave’’ in Otjiherero, was declared a township for local indigenous people in the 1970’s during apartheid era. Before that the local indigenous people used to live in the location which today we call Gobabis town.

N$ 165 pp

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