Two New Luxury Camps Open in Northern Namibia
Ohorongo Private Game Reserve, Namibia, April 19, 2022 / TRAVELINDEX / Two new camps have opened in Ohorongo Private Game Reserve. Ohorongo is a 35,000-hectare tract of wilderness located in the Namibian Highlands between Etosha National Park to the northeast and the Swakopmund in the south.
Ohorongo Tented Camp is located in the western region of the Ohorongo Private Game Reserve, and it is magnificently built into the granite boulders of a rocky outcrop.
Ohorongo Tented Camp is located in the western region of the Ohorongo Private Game Reserve, and it is magnificently built into the granite boulders of a rocky outcrop. There are five tented suites, elevated on wooden decks, with private terraces, outdoor showers, and comfortable in-room amenities. It is designed to keep you close to mother nature, wrapped under canvas, while offering you the modern luxuries of a lodge.
The accommodation at Ohorongo Tented Camp is designed to fit the environment and to keep nature close. Canvas tents are traditional and romantic, reminiscent of an old era of travel in Africa. These luxury tents incorporate ivory-coloured canvas, wooden floors, and glass doors, giving the structures security without losing the essence of an African adventure.
Ohorongo Safari Lodge is the original household on Ohorongo Game Reserve, now converted into a private guest space with five ensuite chalets, traditionally decorated and kept cool between thatch and tile. Shared outdoor spaces are peaceful and offer comfortable places to relax while listening to the birdlife and admiring the lovingly maintained desert garden.
Ohorongo Private Game Reserve is a 40,000-hectare tract of wilderness located in the northwestern Namibian Highlands between Etosha National Park and Swakopmund. This protected area has been conserving the natural integrity of the unique landscape for over 50 years through a sustainable safari model that offers guests an opportunity to immerse and connect with an ancient land.
First published at TravelCommunication.net