Ongava Lodge, Etosha, Namibia

Ongava Lodge is a Classic Camp

Wildlife at Ongava Lodge

Ongava Lodge features almost all of the characteristic wildlife of the area, with plains game such as springbok, gemsbok, wildebeest, Burchell's zebra, Hartmann's mountain zebra, waterbuck, red hartebeest, giraffe, eland and endemic black-faced impala seen, while Etosha itself has elephant to add to the list. In Etosha, large herds of plains game concentrate around the waterholes in the dry season, making for exciting wildlife viewing. Lion move between the Park and the Reserve and both black and white rhino can be seen. 10 of Namibia’s 14 endemic bird species have been recorded in the 340 species on Ongava.


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Latest News From Ongava Lodge

  • Ongava Lodge and Little Ongava - August 2012
    Sep 4, 2012

    Game viewing has been fantastic this month, especially around the waterholes. We have been treated to large congregations of wildlife, which leave and arrive at the waterholes in waves.Lion sightings have been superb, as the felines...

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  • Ongava Lodge and Little Ongava - July 2012
    Aug 9, 2012

    Ongava ReserveIt has been another great month for game viewing in Ongava. Rhino sightings have been fantastic, with sightings of both species, even sometimes drinking side by side at a waterhole. On the subject of waterholes, all of...

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  • Ongava Lodge - March 2012
    Apr 2, 2012

    This month, Ongava Reserve produced absolutely fantastic sightings despite the lack of rainy conditions.Lion sightings have been great as the Stompie Pride has returned to the area, making daily appearances as they use the thick...

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ This lodge is on a private game reserve which allows for great game viewing especially for rhinos both black and white. Our guide was great and use of the blind allowed great views of the rhinos that come to the water hole by the lodge. ”
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Reviewed by: TXtraveler67_71, 2013.09.13