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Okon­jima Lodge

The turn-off is about 44 km south of Otjiwarongo on the B1. There are four ex­clu­sive camp­ing stands, each with its own bath­room and cov­ered stoep area. Camp­ing R275 p.p. Chil­dren 16 and younger pay half-price. There’s a swim­ming pool a short stroll away. Lodge rooms are pricey, but there’s a spe­cial for SADC cit­i­zens un­til the end of June 2016: stan­dard room R1 250 p.p. shar­ing (break­fast and din­ner in­cluded). Kids get dis­count, and you get a dis­count when you stay for more than one night. They of­fer loads of ac­tiv­i­ties – see their web­site. There are chee­tahs, leop­ards and lions you can see on guided tours. GPS: S20.84996 E16.66591 Con­tact: 00 264 67 687 033;


Otjiwa Lodge

The camp­site has 10 stands with power. Camp­ing R120 p.p. Self­ca­ter­ing op­tions from R500 p.p. shar­ing. More lux­u­ri­ous rooms from R1 140 p.p. shar­ing (break­fast and din­ner in­cluded). There’s a swim­ming pool and a water­hole with flood­lights where you can watch game at night. GPS: S20.75619 E16.80688 (turn-off) Con­tact: 00 264 67 306 671;


Frans In­dongo Lodge

The turn-off is about 28 km north of Otjiwarongo along the B1. Tackle one of the hik­ing trails or visit the vul­ture restau­rant. Rooms from R1 923 per night for two peo­ple,

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