Frans Indongo Safari Lodge is located north-east of Otjiwarongo and north-west of Waterberg Mountain. This makes it the ideal stopover on your way from Windhoek to Etosha, the far north, to Bushmanland or the Caprivi. The lodge is close to the tar road, but nevertheless in the midst of the African bush savannah.
The luxurious character of Frans Indongo Safari Lodge is complemented by the interior decoration and colour scheme of the two double rooms, two family units and eight generously proportioned chalets. All the rooms have their own bathroom, air-conditioner, fridge, hairdryer, telephone, television and an electric kettle for tea and coffee.
The lush green garden is shaded by tall trees and sports an artificial brook. It attracts the Shaft-tailed Whydah, the strikingly coloured Crimson-breasted Shrike, the Pied Barbet and many other feathered friends. You can have a refreshing dip into the swimming pool, and when the sun starts to set just before dinner you can retreat to the large wooden veranda at the bar or the little observation tower. Both are fabulous places for savouring the enchanting hour of dusk – and keeping an eye on the watering place which is illuminated at night. The rare Nyala, Black Springbok and White Blesbok, Sable and Roan Antelope regularly put in an appearance.
Our gourmet kitchen whips up a variety of venison dishes served with farm-fresh vegetables and salads seasoned with aromatic ingredients from our herb garden.
An air-conditioned auditorium is available for company functions (maximum of 60 people) and family events (maximum of 40 people).
- Swimming pool;
- Bar and veranda with views of the watering place;
- Observation tower; and
- Conference hall (40-60 people).