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Safarihoek Lodge

Nestled on a hillside amongst Mopani trees overlooking a large waterhole and the vast expanse of Etosha, Safarihoek is a spacious and elegant lodge with the main building on an elevated deck to catch the breeze and positioned under vaulted thatch, allowing for infinite 180º views over the plains below.

Whether you prefer your own company or that of new-found friends, there are a number of spots from which to soak up the view of the vast horizon – pool lounger, grassy patch or air conditioned wine lounge. Or simply get cosy at the fireplace with a good read, or watch the game visiting the camp’s waterhole. If the world beyond needs you, for just a moment, mind you, you are welcome to use the wifi in the public area, with our compliments. Below the lounge area, bar and dining room, is a wine cellar and lounge with large glass windows allowing you to feel connected to nature.

From the impressive vantage point of the dining, lounge and boma areas, this magnificent setting lends itself to relaxed, stylish dining under the African skies.

Each well appointed room offers panoramic vistas of the African savannah. Rooms are privately situated and are furnished with, minibar, coffee station and mosquito nets. Air-conditioning, electronic safe, hair dryer, two 3/4 beds that are convertible to king beds, en-suite bathroom and a small desk work area. Safarihoek Lodge is entirely powered by a solar system.

1 Luxury Family Unit
8 Luxury Rooms
2 Standard Rooms
2 Guide Rooms
Dining room
Inside & Outside Bar
Wine Lounge
Swimming pool
Viewing Deck
Boma & Braai area
Photographic Hide
Floodlit Waterhole
Solar Power with backup generator

Wifi and Cellphone reception available in main area
Credit Cards accepted (Visa & Mastercard)
Coffee/Tea Station
Hair Dryer
Laundry Services
Eco-friendly bath Amenities (also available to buy in curio shop)

The climate is typical for an arid area.
During summer between October to April, average temperatures can go beyond 40°C. Although this is the rainy season, rainfall is quite scarce, often accompanied by thunderstorms.

During winter between May and August the highest day temperatures are at a comfortable 26 – 30°C while the winter nights can be cold with temperatures falling below zero. The air is clear and dry. Winter is the best time to view game which often is congregated near the waterholes. Good game viewing can also be experienced towards the end of the rainy season.

You can use the following as a guideline of what to pack:

Flash Light
Photo equipment
Good shoes (preferably not sandals)
Light clothing (Wide woven linen or cotton – long sleeves always better)
Necessary medications (eg. Painkillers, chronic medication)

Check In – 14:00

Check out – 10:00


Breakfast 6:00 – 10:00
Lunch 12:00 – 14:00
Tea time 15:00 – 16:00
Dinner 19:00 – 21:00

Game Drives:
Morning - 6:30/7:00
Afternoon - 16:00/16:30
Night – After early dinner +/- 20:00

Passport needs to be valid for at least 6 months or more.
Passport must have at least 3 or more blank pages
1 Colour passport photograph
A document confirming the address of your stay in Namibia (either a hotel booking or itinerary)
A return ticket
Please consult your GP before travelling to Namibia