Little Ongava, set in the private 66,000 acre Ongava game reserve shares a boundary with Etosha National Park and nestles on the crest of a hill with wonderful views onto the plains below. Quite possibly Namibia’s most luxurious safari destination, Little Ongava has only three spacious units, offering an intimate and exclusive experience. Each sumptuous unit features its own plunge pool, a sala, and an en-suite bathroom with both indoor and outdoor showers and a bath that takes in those breathtaking views. A kaleidoscope of Africa wildlife can be seen at many of the water holes in the Park and the reserve has resident White and Black Rhino plus a healthy predator population. Guests share a dedicated guide, ensuring the optimum nature experience at one of Africa's great wilderness destinations.
Here are a few special highlights found in Etosha that we've picked out:-
Etosha National Park is a massive 2 270 000 hectares (5 500 000 acres) in size
The saltpan at Etosha is a vast white surface that is visible from space
Etosha’s waterholes attract a high density of big game all year round
Three spacious suites
Each with private plunge pool
A sala and outdoor shower with views of the waterhole in front of camp
Large viewing deck
ACCESS Little Ongava can be accessed by self-drive or air and transfer. Directions: - On the C38, The turning off the C38 to the Ongava Reserve is just a few metres south of Etosha's Andersson Gate. Once inside, follow the signs to Ongava Lodge for about 20 minutes. You will need to park at Ongava Lodge, from where it's a couple of minutes' walk up the stone steps to Little Ongava.
The following guests had this to say following their stay at Little Ongava:-
Elisabeth from Gotzwiesen, Austria“Really the best I ever seen” Ricardo from Bogota, Colombia“One place on earth you cannot miss!” Lam from Singapore“The most luxurious camp in Africa!” Christine from Bretagne“A perfect small gem and incredible animal sightings!” Elaine from Southport, South Africa“Romantic hideaways built with the location in mind with windows for viewing animals!’’