Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Explore Africa from all angles



Just a 10-minute-drive away from the airport and yet the noisy planes are out of earshot: our 60 km² nature reserve offers 100 percent pure Africa.

Game such as rhino, giraffe, oryx, springbuck and kudu – and last but not least – our heraldic animal, the red hartebeest, roam the hilly bush savannah with its dry river beds and small dams.



Accommodation
The bungalows of the lodge nestle under tall trees on the banks of a dry river (Seeis River). The thick walls of the main house built from self-quarried quartz blocks are reminiscent of the pioneering times of farming more than 100 years ago. Nowadays it houses a restaurant and a bar.
                                            
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Sheltered camping in the bush
The pitches are well apart from each other, hidden under trees in the bush. Enjoy the view of the African bush savannah from the pool.



Rhino Tracking
Face to face encounters with white rhino, no fences in between.Trained trackers look after your safety and explain behaviour and mode of life of this rare species of rhino. Physical fitness is essential: In order to track down the animals, you often have to walk several kilometres.



Savannah Trails
Explore the African bush savannah on your own. The trails are clearly visible and easy to walk on.



Visit to Windhoek
The capital of the country is the ideal place to experience Namibian people, culture and history, only half an hour’s drive from Ondekaremba. You are also sure to find wonderful souvenirs and gifts.


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