A bold and scenic luxury lodge set on the striking Andoni plains
Set on the scenic Andoni plains, within Etosha’s King Nehale Conservancy, the Etosha King Nehale lodge provides a unique, sustainability centred luxury getaway. Arranged in the shape of a Nguni cattle head, each of the lodge’s chalets have been mindfully designed to provide a spacious and stylish experience of the Oshiwambo culture. With each chalet having its own plunge pool and private patio, guests can wind down with epic views across the plains. Guests can immerse themselves in the rich cultural lives of the Aawambo people by visiting the communal areas of the Oshikoto and Oshana regions or enjoy the tranquillity of nature by visiting the Ontalelo Outpost, a private access waterhole.
Best time to go to Etosha National Park
The perfect time to visit Etosha National Park is during the dry winter months between May and September. The lack of rainfall means that Etosha’s animals tend to gather around the waterholes en masse, meaning many fantastic sightings. The park sports less dense bush in the winter months, allowing easier viewing opportunities of wildlife. The wet season spans from November to April. During this time, animals scatter throughout the park as water sources may not be scarce, allowing pink flamingos and pelicans to flock to the shallow-filled pan, making for some vividly-contrasting photographs!
Twin Rooms feature 2 single beds with crisp linen and mosquito nets, and an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Rooms offer stunning views of the Andoni plains right from the private patio or while taking a dip in the private pool.
Each Family Room sleeps 4, with 1 sofa bed for children and a double bed or 2 single beds with crisp linen and mosquito nets, including an en-suite bathroom with a shower. Guests can enjoy spectacular views right from the private patio or while taking a dip in the private pool.