Okahirongo Elephant Lodge will be starting 2020 with a bang!
Like most lodges in Kaokoland, Okahirongo is usually closed during February as it is low season. However, early next year, Okahirongo will be hosting a very important launch of a new vehicle of one of the leading 4×4 automotive companies in the world. Therefore, they have decided to not close the lodge, but rather keep it open and run a few excellent specials during January and February.
SADC passport holders are invited to come and experience this remote area of Namibia at a 50% discount, and for international travellers, there will be discounts from 20% up to 40% off. These rates will be sent to the newsletter subscribers and published on the website.
As if these special offers aren’t enough to tempt you to visit Okahirongo, another wonderful reason to visit is the fact that there are new desert-adapted elephant calves in the area. This is such exciting news as Namibia is home to one of just two known groups of desert-adapted elephants in the world, so seeing them is an extremely rare and special experience.
A little more about Okahirongo Elephant Lodge
Situated in the Purros Conservancy Area, Kaokaland, Okahirongo Elephant Lodge offers an opportunity to visit not only one of the most remote areas of Namibia but also one of the last truly wild areas on earth. Perched on the banks of the ephemeral Hoarusib River, the lodge boasts unbeatable vistas of the surrounding desert landscape.
The luxurious Okahirongo Elephant Lodge offers 7 comfortable chalets and a presidential suite, all link by wooden walkways, and joining onto a central area with a rustic deck and infinity pool. Activities include morning, afternoon and night game drives, in which guests can track the desert-adapted lions and elephants, as well as bird watching, hiking trails and cultural visits to a nearby Himba village.