Mount Etjo Safari Lodge nestles within the Okonjati Wildlife Sanctuary, which was founded by world-renowned conservationist Jan Oelofse during the early seventies.
Situated approximately 180 km north of Windhoek in one of the most scenic parts of Namibia, you can come into close contact with nature itself. Hundreds of species of birds and mammals can be sighted here, including elephant, black and white rhino, hippo, giraffe and numerous antelopes ranging from the majestic Kudu to the diminutive Damaraland Dik-Dik. Predators, such as lion, leopard and cheetah also roam this area. Gameviewing is conducted from open safari vehicles and on foot, accompaniedby experienced guides.
"Etjo" means a place of refuge. The guest is accommodated in natural surroundings, having the option to stay in our Rhino Lodge, which is more for the visitor who likes peace and quie of nature or our Main Lodge. Rooms are furnished comfortable, with en-suite toilet and bath facilities and a number of rooms in our Main Lodge are equipped with their own private Jacuzzis. Our Main Lodge with a swimming pool and garden area overlooks a waterhole, where many animals, including hippo can be observed.
Accessed by road or air, share in Namibia's natural beauty at Mount Etjo.