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Erongo Wilderness Lodge

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Eco Lodges / Safari Lodge or Private Game Reserve - 10 Luxury tented chalets
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ABOUT Erongo Wilderness Lodge

There is a special wilderness area, encircled by the Erongo Mountains, where the desert, mountain, and bushveld ecosystems combine. Here, in a secluded valley, you will find ten luxury tented chalets in a dramatic setting of granite boulders and breathtaking views. Raised wooden walkways and natural stone steps connect the chalets to the main area, where the restaurant, lounge, swimming pool and sundowner deck invite you to relax and fully unwind. The open-plan lounge and restaurant overlooks a floodlit waterhole, and is warmed by a central fireplace in the winter.

Nature provides the compelling reasons for visiting this unique environment. Many rare, endemic, and special species of animal, bird, and plant life thrive here, making this one of Namibia’s most diverse and Wildlife-rich areas.

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ROOMS

Family tent
1 Unit
The chalets, raised on stilts, are in harmony with their surroundings,with broad, shaded decks, and indulgent bathrooms built around the existing rocks and trees. Inside, each spacious tent is a haven of thoughtful comfort and casual luxury.
Valid: 2014 rates (2014/01/01 - 2014/12/31) From R 1,945.00 p/p sharing Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Valid: 2015 rates (2015/01/01 - 2015/12/31) From R 1,945.00 p/p sharing Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
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Double Tent
1 Unit
Valid: 2014 rates (2014/01/01 - 2014/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Valid: 2015 rates (2015/01/01 - 2015/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
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Twin/Double tent
1 Unit
Valid: 2014 rates (2014/01/01 - 2014/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Valid: 2015 rates (2015/01/01 - 2015/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
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Guide room
1 Unit
Valid: 2014 rates (2014/01/01 - 2014/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Valid: 2015 rates (2015/01/01 - 2015/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
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2-tent unit
1 Unit
Private luxury Meru-style 2-tent unit, separated by their own private deck with a boma fire pit. Private dining/lounge and relaxation area. Each tent has 2 x 3/4 beds that can be converted into 1 x super king size bed.
Valid: 2014 rates (2014/01/01 - 2014/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
Valid: 2015 rates (2015/01/01 - 2015/12/31) Rates on request Rates include: Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
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Check in & check-out times

Check-in: 14:00

Check-out: 10:00

Please note: Rates are a guide and subject to change. Please re-confirm rates when booking or enquiring.

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DIRECTIONS & MAP

Directions:

Travelling from Windhoek, use one of the following routes:

  • From Windhoek, take the B1 to Okahandja, which becomes the B2 as you head towards Swakopmund.
  • Shortly before Karibib take the C33 towards Omaruru.
  • Travel along this road for 63 km, and just before the town of Omaruru, turn left onto the D2315.
  • After 10 km of gravel road turn left into Erongo Wilderness Lodge. (Please ignore the sign which says “ Erongo Lodge 42 km” as this is a different establishment.)
  • This route is approximately 40 kilometres shorter in total than the previous one, but involves an extra 70 kilometres of gravel road.
  • About 70km after Okahandja take the turnoff C36 towards Wilhelmstal on your right.
  • Travel on this gravel road for about 67km until you reach a T-Junction with the Karibib – Omaruru tar road (C33).
  • Turn right on this road towards Omaruru.
  • About 3km along this road and about 3 km before reaching the town of Omaruru turn left onto the D2315. Travel along this road for 10 km until you see the Erongo Wilderness Lodge sign indicating you to turn left into the Lodge.
Travelling from Swakopmund, use one of the following routes:


  • From Swakopmund, take the B2 towards Windhoek and Karibib.
  • Shortly after Karibib, turn right onto the C33 towards Omaruru.
  • Travel on this road for 63km before turning left onto the D2315.
  • After 10 km of gravel road turn left into the lodge.
  • For a more scenic route from Swakopmund, follow the directions above towards Karibib and Usakos.
  • At Usakos, turn left on the D2306 towards Okombahe.
  • After +/- 50km turn right on the D2315 towards Omaruru and continue along this road for +/- 48km until you see the signs to turn right into the Erongo Wilderness Lodge gate.
  • This route is accessible with a normal 2 wheel drive vehicle, will add on +/- 30 min to your journey and will take you on gravel roads through the scenic Erongo Mountains.
  • Travelling from the North, travel through the town of Omaruru on the C33 towards Karibib. About 3km out of Omaruru, turn right onto the D2315. After 10 km of gravel road turn left into the lodge.
  • After entering the lodge gate, travel a few hundred meters until you see a parking area and a sign indicating that the lodge is 800m up a steep hill. If you have a 4X4 you may continue up the road up to the lodge, otherwise we will collect you from the parking area.