The Etosha Oberland Lodge opened in March 2020 and is nestled near Andersson Gate in a 5,000 hectare private game reserve adjacent to the Etosha National Park. The lodge is conveniently situated a 10 km drive from the Andersson Gate, south of Etosha National Park - a good starting point for excursions in the Park with exciting game viewing experiences.
The Etosha National Park is one of the most-visited excursion destination in Namibia. Between the mopane tree and grass fields, the thorny bushes and desert shrubs, there are more than 100 different species of mammal, as many species of reptiles and around 340 species of birds. Here you have the opportunity to meet every animal that a traveller to Africa hopes to see including elephants and rhinos, giraffes and lions, meerkats and flamingos.
The entire lodge is solar powered. The main area and restaurant of the lodge is nestled in a wild, ancient "garden" and is surrounded by big trees. When entering the open lobby area with the bar and outside seating area, the view immediately wanders into the wide open space and chances are high to spot the first animals in the distance. The large infinity pool offers an excellent view into the open tree savanna and the 2 waterholes, where numerous animals can be observed.
The accommodation comprises of 18 beautifully appointed air-conditioned chalets that offer comfortable amenities such as an en-suite bathroom, an outdoor shower and a private sun terrace which is equipped with comfortable chairs. All the chalets are positioned far apart from each other, offering lots of privacy. 3 of the chalets are designed for families.
As the sun sets, many private seating spots, like small islands, invite to relax and observe this African landscape and the friendly waiters will assist you with a sundowner drink. After the sun has set, a delicious 5 course menu awaits in the restaurant. For windy nights, there is plenty of space inside the restaurant, but isn’t it much more exciting to sit outside, glance at the waterholes and listen to the sounds of the savannah?
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Breakfast and dinner are included.
Children of any age are welcome. Only children aged 12 years and older can go on the guided game drives.