Besides the Ongava Lodge, next to it Little Ongava, which together has only 14 rooms, there are 2 more locations to stay overnight on the Ongava Reserve.
These two are completely different and smaller than the Ongava Lodge.
Andersons’s Camp is completely unique in terms of architectural style and very modern.
With only 9 very spacious rooms and stunning views of the reserve’s largest waterhole, this is a wonderful location to stay.
There is also a wonderful research center right next to the camp where you can mingle with the in-house scientists who conduct daily research on the behavior of the animals on Ongava Reserve and in the region of Etosha.
Our personal favorite on the reserve remains Ongava Tented Camp.
Probably because we really like to sleep in tented camps ourselves, so you are just a bit “closer” to nature.
At night you can hear everything that is happening in the bush around your room and in the morning you wake up to the sound of the birds outside.
This is actually possible in all other rooms where the sliding doors can be wide open, but a tent still has that little bit more of that safari feeling.