Hobatere Lodge

Namibia

  • A popular waterhole visible from the main building.
  • Scrumptious 3 course meals with friendly service.
  • Game drives are offered in the conservancy.
  • Re-built and refurbished in August 2015.

Open:  Hobatere Lodge is open all year round.

Location:  The lodge is located in a private conservancy adjacent to Etosha. Entry to the park is via the Galton Gate.

Rooms:  The rooms are simple but comfortable and have en-suite shower and flush toilet.  There is a small coffee and tea station, and an outdoor seating area.  

Activities:  The camp is owned by the #Khoadi //Hoas Conservancy and is managed by the same people that manage Grootberg Lodge and Fish River Lodge who have years of experience.  Activities offered here are morning and afternoon drives through the conservancy which has similar game concentrations as Etosha. The experienced guides also lead nature walks.  If you wish you can take advantage of a full day guided tour of Etosha.

Facilities:   There is a spacious main thatched building which overlooks a busy waterhole. This houses the dining area, the comfortable and cosy lounge and also the bar. Outside is a veranda, swimming pool and also a hide.

Dining:  Dining takes place both indoors and outdoors at separate tables. Dinner is a three course affair. You may also get the opportunity to enjoy a braai at the Boma.  

Children:  Children are welcome at Hobatere Lodge.

Health:  This is a malarial area.

Communication:  TBA    

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Client Rating for Namibia 5/5 from 12 reviews

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