An intimate and private lodge with a great emphasis on quality of service and spotting wildlife.
Located just 65km north of Kamanjab on the Western border of Etosha National Park. The lodge is accessible via 4x4 vehicle or light aircraft as there is a local airstrip.
Accommodation & Facilities
There are a total of 14 thatched roof rooms available at Hobatere Lodge; six twins, six doubles and two single rooms. Each of these rooms has their own private bathroom which has a shower, toilet and washbasin inside. The bedrooms all open out onto a small decking area which is a wonderful place to watch the local wildlife from. There is also a rustic treehouse which overlooks the watering hole which is ideal for honeymooners and star gazers; this is available for an overnight experience during your stay at the lodge.
All meals are included during your stay at Hobatere Lodge. There are a range of meals on offer which can include a packed lunch for you to take out with you during game drives which allows you the option of staying out in the concession for the entire day. Many of the meals served at the lodge attempt to use as many locally sourced ingredients as possible. Dietary requirements may be catered for with advance notice.
The main focus during your stay at the Hobatere Lodge is placed upon spotting wildlife and due to being located in a private concession, you have far more opportunities than being in larger reserves and parks. You will be able to conduct self-drive safaris if you have your own vehicle, you are also able to stay within the concession after dark and it will be a lot less crowded than many national parks due to the fact that you can only gain access to the concession if you are staying within it.
Guided walking safaris are also offered at Hobatere Lodge allowing you to explore the local area from a different perspective learning about the incredible flora and fauna which calls this area home.
Children are welcome at Hobatere Lodge but it should be noted that there aren't any specific facilities for children and a great emphasis on wildlife viewing.