Namibia Accommodation

Tourist facilities and accommodation in Namibia is of a very similar standard to those found in South Africa. In the capital Windhoek and the larger towns such a Swakopmund, the hotels are bigger with all the amenities associated with the multi national hotel chains. Once out of the towns, the accommodation is in the form of small lodges, either near the national parks and game reserves or in areas where game is to be found. These luxurious lodges offer all the facilities that you would want, swimming or plunge pools, superb dining, game viewing decks and a range of activities such as hot air ballooning, hiking or safari game drives.

Accommodation in the more remote camps such as the Desert Rhino Camp is under canvas – albeit beautifully furnished with all mod cons and en suite bathrooms. This is not camping as we know it in Britain! At Ongava, Onguma and Okonjima there is a choice of accommodation either in the main lodge or in the ‘bush camps’. These camps are actually chalets, again with canvas walls, but built on solid foundations with en suite facilities, flushing toilets and air conditioning.

If you would like more information about a holiday in Namibia, please speak to one of our Safari Holiday experts on +44 208 249 5919 or contact us here.


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Anderssons at Ongava

springbok rams duelling with their horns in the dusty etosha landscape

Located on the edge of the Etosha National Park and inside the Ongava Private Reserve is a family friendly safari lodge offering superb, air conditioned accommodation and exceptional game viewing. The lodge underwent a redesign in 2018.

Desert Rhino Camp

Two black rhino in the scrub in Damaraland, Namibia.

A rustic tented camp situated in the 1-million-acre Palmwag Reserve in north-west Namibia, this private reserve has a number of fresh water springs that support healthy populations of desert-adapted black rhino and elephant.

Doro Nawas

Guests exploring the rock formations in Damaraland with their guide

A sublime desert lodge with million dollar views for miles in every direction. Track the desert-adapted elephants, sleep out on a star bed under the milky way, climb rocky outcrops and see cave art. The hospitality at Doro Nawas is second to none, you will love it!

Kulula Desert Lodge

Tourists climbing the red dunes at Sossusvlei in Namibia.

Situated on over 21 000 hectares (46 000 acres) of private property and bordering the Namib Naukluft Park, Kulala Desert Lodge lies in the heart of the Namib and offers views of the famous red dunes of Sossusvlei, as well as magnificent mountainous scenery and vast open plains.

Mowani Mountain Lodge

dome shaped suite blending with he surrounding boulders and landscape at Mowani Mountain Lodge

Mowani Mountain Lodge is one of the most iconic properties in the Damaraland region of Namibia. Set amongst a vast and unspoilt wilderness, enjoy safari drives to search for desert-adapted elephants, discover cave art and enjoy the backdrop of magnificent desert scenery.


Cheetah climbing on the bonnet of the landcover as guests look on.

Nestled among the Omboroko Mountains lies Okonjima – a Herero name meaning ‘place of the baboons’. It’s much more than luxury accommodation. Okonjima is also home to The AfriCat Foundation, a non- profit organisation, committed to the conservation of Namibia’s carnivores.

Ongava Private Game Reserve

One of Namibia’s top lodges, Ongava Game Lodge is situated on the boundary of Etosha National Park in the privately owned Ongava Game Reserve. It is an ideal base for a safari holiday Namibia, offering game viewing on the reserve and also drives into Etosha.

Onguma Game Reserve

Luxury tent standing alone in the bush at Onguma.

Onguma Private Reserve is located on the eastern border of the Etosha National Park with animals free to roam between the two conservancies. There are a number of accommodation options to choose from, The Fort, the Treetop Lodge, Tented Camp or Bush Camp.

Strand Hotel Swakopmund

Elegant dining rooms with contemporary furnishings overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

A lovely beach front property offering a traditional style of accommodation with a hint of Germanic influence. Rooms offer stunning sea views and the hotel is located in the centre of town, making it easy to explore Swakopmund on foot.