Camp And Activity Highlights
- Game drives in Etosha National Park and Ongava Reserve
- Infinity plunge pool, en-suite bathroom
- Guided walks and a visit to the Ongava Research Centre
- Exquisite and relaxed stylish dining experience
- Views of the Etosha plains from the lounge and dining area
- Walks and night drives in the private reserve
- Only three spacious suites are available
General Camp Information
- Lodge type; Luxury Safari Camp
- Location; Ongava Game Reserve, Etosha
- Lodge size; 3 Tented Suites
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
At Little Ongava, Experience The Very Best Of Etosha National Park and Ongava Game Reserve
Little Ongava Camp is located in the Ongava Game Reserve, a private game reserve situated in the eastern part of the Etosha National Park, oner of the top spectacular wildlife destinations.
Little Ongava is situated on a dolomite hill overlooking a waterhole, providing guests with excellent game viewing opportunities.
The camp offers three thatched and luxuriously appointed safari suites; all positioned far enough away from each other to ensure the ultimate in privacy and intimacy.
The camp offers game drives in Etosha National Park and the Ongava Game Reserve, as well as walks and night drives on the reserve.
Guests share a dedicated guide, ensuring the optimum wildlife experience at one of Africa's great wilderness destinations.
Rooms And Suites
Each of the three suites at Little Ongava Camp features luxurious accommodations, privacy and stunning views.
The suites are all spacious, with sitting rooms, large bedrooms with commanding views, and an en-suite bathroom with both indoor shower and outdoor shower options, as well as a free-standing bathtub with a view.
Each suite also has a private viewing deck where guests can relax and take in the incredible surroundings.
But the real stars of the show, however, are both the individual private plunge pool and bathtub options, perfect for that bit of romance.
All suites come equipped with air conditioning to ensure guests stay cool even on the hottest of days.
Wi-Fi service is available in each room, so guests can stay connected even while on safari.
Cuisine And Wine
Cuisine and wine at Little Ongava Camp are the perfect pairings. The camp features an intimate dining area with breathtaking views of the Ongava Reserve.
The cuisine is innovative and features fresh, local ingredients.
The wine list is extensive and features some of the best wines from Africa and beyond. Guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks and canapés on the deck or in the main lodge before sitting down to a sumptuous meal.
The dining experience at little ongava lodge is truly unforgettable.
The luxuriously appointed camp facilities at Little Ongava Camp are absolutely beautiful, to say the least.
The thatched central guest area includes a dining room, lounge, and library with a fireplace.
From the outdoor wooden viewing and dining deck, guests can also enjoy views of the waterhole and surrounding Etosha plains.
There is also a long wooden boardwalk that connects the central guest area with the three secluded safari suites.
Wi-Fi is available in and around the central guest area.
If you're looking for an intimate safari experience, look no further than Little Ongava Camp.
The camp's location on Ongava Private Game Reserve provides excellent opportunities to view wildlife, including elephant, lion, leopard, white rhino and black rhino, as well as numerous plains game and birdlife.
The Ongava Game Reserve offers a range of safari activities for visitors to enjoy.
These include morning afternoon game drives, night drives and walking safari with experienced guides in the Ongava Game Reserve. Half-day and full-day (with picnic lunch) safaris into the Etosha National Park (one of Africa's great wildlife destinations) are also available.
With its focus on personal service and unique experiences, little ongava lodge will leave all guests feeling spoiled and enchanted.
If you are looking for an intimate safari experience with luxurious accommodations, look no further than Little Ongava Camp.
A small safari camp located in the secluded Ongava Private Game Reserve bordering the southwestern corner of Etosha National Park and offers up excellent wildlife opportunities.
With its focus on personal service and unique experiences, every guest at Little Ongava will feel spoiled and enchanted by their time at this incredible camp.
Rates from NAD$ 18 434.00 per person
Little Ongava Camp Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in Namibian Dollars (NAD)
*Rates may vary according to season
- All meals
- Twice daily scheduled camp activities
- Park fees
- VAT, Tourism and Environmental Levy
- Local drinks
- Premium imported brands and champagne
- Additional activities
- Flights (local and international)
- Items of a personal nature
- Spa treatments
- Travel Insurance
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