Etosha Mountain Lodge, set in its own Reserve, is designed in the typically Namibian style with beautiful far-reaching views from the dolomite hill on which it stands. The design is characterised by wood and stone interiors with relaxed soft furnishings. Its high roofed, round thatch buildings boast a large 'Lapa' area with a well-stocked bar, a lounge with DSTV and in-door fire-place for those chilly winter evenings, a small but plentiful curio shop, reception with Wi-Fi access and lastly the comfortable, spacious dining room. Outside on the large wooden decked area is a refreshing swimming pool, out-door 'Boma' and abundant wine cellar.
This classic lodge comprises of eight thatched chalets and one spacious family suite. All have en-suite bathrooms, with both a shower and bathtub in each, and their own expansive wooden viewing decks enabling you to fully take in the breathtaking vistas surrounding you.
Daily activities include game drives on the Reserve, tracking the elusive Black and White Rhino and the growing population of big cats. As the sun drops you can search for those nocturnal species not seen during the day. The Reserve acts as a wildlife buffer for the National Park so guests have the chance to learn more of the conservation and protection efforts that are in place in the area.
A large suite with a king size bed, offering a coffee/tea station, safe, air-conditioning, mini fridge, bar & living room with a full bathroom and a splash pool on a wooden deck overlooking the surrounding Reserve.
A large comfortable room with 2 twin beds offering a coffee/tea station, safe, ceiling fan, mini fridge, full bathroom and a wooden decked terrace.
Bar, Internet Access (Complimentary), Laundry Service (Complimentary), Malaria Free, Pool, Restaurant, Secure Parking
Air Conditioning, Balcony / Deck, Bath, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Electrical Outlets, En-Suite, Fan, Fridge, Laundry Service (Complimentary), Plunge Pool, Safe, Shower, Tea / Coffee
Game drives are taken in our Etosha Heights Private Reserve. We track the elusive black and white rhino while staying on the lookout for the big cats of the Reserve. There is plentiful plains game and excellent birding. Night drives on the Reserve afford the chance to spot many of the nocturnal inhabitants of the area.