Etotongwe LodgeDouble room © Etotongwe Lodge

Etotongwe Lodge

Lodge in Outjo

Etotongwe Lodge is situated along the C38 en route to the famous Etosha National Park. The lodge is owner run and thus offers a very personal service. It has a wildlife camp, a restaurant, a swimming pool and an African art shop.

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Specifications

Type
Lodge / Camping
Rooms
27
Campsites
8
Location
In Outjo, 90 km south of the Etosha National Park
Activities
  • Self-Drive Excursions to Etosha National Park
  • Self-Drive Excursions to the Damara Land

Rates & Reservations

Type20202021
01.11.19 - 31.10.2001.11.20 - 31.10.21
PP singleN$ 770N$ 770
PP sharingN$ 630N$ 630
PP campingN$ 170N$ 170
The rates are per person per night BB

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It’s our pleasure to book this accommodation for you. You will have no additional costs as we charge the public rates. Please be advised that we are not able to make any campsite bookings. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

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