‘Intimate Lodge; Bird’s-Eye View’
Little Ongava is situated in the Ongava Game Reserve on the southern boundary of Etosha National Park, perched on a rocky outcrop with panoramic vistas of the African savannah. Housing only three suites, the lodge offers an intimate and exclusive experience. Each suite features a lounge and dining area overlooking the waterhole below, as well as a private deck with luxurious plunge pool. Dining can be enjoyed as a social occasion or romantic private meals can be arranged. At the lodge you will share a dedicated guide and vehicle, taking part in morning and afternoon game drives to discover the vast range of wildlife. Featuring one of the largest rhino custodianships in the country, Ongava is only of the few private game reserves in southern Africa where both black and white rhino can be spotted. Nature walks provide an alternative to game drives, whilst further out the Etosha National Park awaits exploration.
In Our Opinion‘Guests at Little Ongava can enjoy game drives, guided walks and rhino tracking in a private game reserve.’
Only three suites are featured at the camp and each features its own plunge pool, sala and al fresco dining area.
The lounge and dining area of this suite overlook wonderful views of the waterhole below. The en-suite bathroom features both an indoor and outdoor shower, and the private deck boasts an outdoor sala and private plunge pool.
Guests at Little Ongava can take part in game drives, rhino tracking, nature walks and excursions to Etosha National Park.
Guided morning and afternoon/evening drives are carried out on the private 30,000-hectare Ongava Game Reserve, with a diverse range of wildlife including good lion and rhino populations. Private vehicles can be booked at an additional cost, subject to availability.
Ongava features one of the largest rhino custodianships in the country and is one of the few private game reserves in southern Africa where both black and white rhino can be spotted.
A professional guide will take you through the area in search of wildlife.
Etosha National Park excursions
Both full or half-day guided morning and afternoon game drives are available in Etosha – Namibia’s prime savannah wilderness area. You will be able to see the large saltpan as well as the perennial springs which provide the water for the park’s high-density game population.
Animals you may see:
• Black-bearded jackal
Birds you may see:
• Bare-cheeked babbler
• Red-billed quelea
• Hartlab’s spurfowl
• Helmeted guineafowl
• Short-toed rock thirl
Little Ongava operates on an all-inclusive basis; for full details see below.
• All meals
• All local drinks
• Twice daily scheduled camp activities
• Park fees
Little Ongava is located on the Ongava Game Reserve, on the southern boundary of the Etosha National Park.
• Etosha National Park – 8km away