Ohange Lodge

Otavi & Surrounds | Namibia

Ohange Lodge

Otavi & Surrounds | Namibia

Experience Tranquility and Adventure in Namibia

Ohange Lodge is an alluring destination located just 30km north of Otavi in Namibia, a perfect stopover on the way to Etosha National Park, Owamboland and Kavango. In the local Herero language, Ohange means “Peace”, and that’s exactly the kind of environment that guests can expect. The lodge is designed to blend into the tranquility and harmony of raw Namibian nature, making it an ideal location for a peaceful retreat or an adventurous holiday. From bird watchers to photographers, Ohange Lodge caters to all walks of life, ensuring an unforgettable vacation for all.

The accommodation facilities at Ohange Lodge comprise of 10 stone-built, thatched African Style Mountain Huts as well as camping sites. These huts are well spaced for privacy yet within close proximity to the central facilities. Each hut comes equipped with comfortable twin beds, an en-suite shower room, and a shaded veranda for viewing wildlife. The lodge is connected to the mains electricity supply, ensuring reliable power for air conditioning and other amenities. Ohange Lodge also provides free Wi-Fi to guests, keeping them connected with the world.

Ohange Lodge is not only a place for relaxation but also for exploration and adventure. The lodge offers a variety of activities, including game drives, night drives, guided sundowner walks, and self-guided bush walks. Guests can enjoy sightings of a variety of game, including Zebras, Giraffes, Wildebeest, and the gigantic Eland. The area is a haven for bird watchers with over 250 species of African birds. The lodge also features an attractive swimming pool perched on a steep hill, offering uninterrupted views of the Otavi Mountains.

The hosts, Karla and Justus, provide a welcoming atmosphere, offering home-cooked meals beneath the twinkling stars and sharing their vast knowledge of Namibia. Guests can enjoy these meals while watching the abundant wildlife at the waterhole. The lodge is also recognized for its plant diversity and offers the opportunity to learn about the wide variety of plants that local people use in their daily lives.



Twin beds
Air conditioning
Tea and coffee making facilities



En-suite shower room
Open plan WC and washbasin


Food Drink

Home-cooked meals
African cuisine
Meals served around a campfire



Swimming pool
Waterhole for wildlife viewing



Game drives
Night drives
Guided walks
Self-guided walks


Media Technology

Free Wi-Fi



Pets are not allowed

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