Das Hotel allgemein
Ohange Lodge is the destination for anyone seeking to make the most of the tranquility for which Namibia is famous.
The name Ohange is derived from the Herero word 'peace'. Whether you while away the time watching nature's television from the restaurant and patio, or prefer to soak up the sun on the pool terrace with a refreshing drink in hand, Ohange will rejuvenate your soul and tantalize your senses. Our guests of honour are invited to a home-cooked meal beneath the twinkling stars while enjoying the local night wildlife at the waterhole.
Let the warmth of the blazing camp fire surround you, while your hosts Karla and Justus entertain you with their experiences and vast knowledge of Namibia. Whether you are an ardent birder or a trigger happy camera-man, Ohange ensures a memorable vacation with a number of activities to cater for all walks of life, families, romantic break-away, the young and the wise. We look forward to welcoming you!
Zimmer / Unterbringung im Hotel
Our Mountain Huts are equipped with comfortable twin beds and a large en-suite shower room with open plan WC and washbasin. Plaster rendered walls topped by thatched roofs provide cool during the heat of the day, and warmth at night. Ohange is connected to mains electricity supply so has reliable power to operate the Air conditioning.
Gastronomie im Hotel
Our guests of honour are invited to a home-cooked meal beneath the twinkling stars while enjoying the local night wildlife at the waterhole.
Sport und Unterhaltung
Our aim at Ohange is to enjoy the wildlife as it was intended - naturally. To entice you away from the cool of the pool or the shade of the Lodge verandah we organise exhilarating morning nature walks and afternoon game-viewing drives in search of Eland, Damara Dik-dik, Giraffe, Burchell's Zebra, Hartmann's Mountain Zebra, Waterbuck, Impala, Black Wildebeest, Kudu, Oryx, Cheetah and many more . . .
If you prefer a more leisurely approach, you are invited to take a guided hike or horse-ride to explore the area - an ideal way to discover some of the extraordinarily abundant bird-life. Or the more adventurous could go out on foot without a guide. After dusk we venture out to search for the treasures of the night - Bushbabies (or nagapies meaning little night monkeys), Porcupines, Genet, Owls and Nightjars. With luck we might even encounter a free-roaming Leopard!