ONDILI LODGES 2024-03-16T15:46:36+00:00

Project Description



Ondili embodies responsible tourism through a range of low-impact, environmentally friendly establishments situated in some of Namibia’s most pristine and ecologically sensitive landscapes.

Experience the country’s awe-inspiring vistas and remarkable wildlife by exploring our own private nature reserves or on excursions to adjacent national parks.

Discover the wonders of the Kalahari Desert with its striking red dunes, blue skies, ancient camel thorn trees and desert-dwelling animals at Kalahari Red Dune Lodge or Teufelskrallen Lodge.

Desert Homestead Lodge, situated on the doorstep of Sossusvlei, and Namib Outpost provide the perfect starting point for excursions into the World Heritage Site of the Namib Sand Sea, renowned Deadvlei and Sesriem Canyon. The lodges’ stylish interiors and luxurious furnishings will make your stay in the Namib Desert not only extremely comfortable but also unforgettable.

At Hohenstein Lodge be enchanted by spectacular vistas of the Erongo Mountains and with rock formations that add to the most breathtaking sunsets.

Bring out your wild side at Etosha Oberland Lodge on the border of Etosha National Park. Be prepared for riveting sightings of abundant wildlife that can include lions, leopards, elephants and rhinos.

Experience the vibrant and culturally rich atmosphere of the capital when staying at Ti Melen Boutique Guesthouse. Located in the Avis suburb on the outskirts of Windhoek, this establishment offers a comfortable sojourn in tranquil surroundings, while the hustle and bustle of the CBD is only a 5-minute drive away.

The Boutique Guesthouse Brigadoon, a captain’s house built in 1912, has been extensively renovated and refurbished to become the maritime accommodation for Ondili guests in Swakopmund, Namibia’s traditional port city on the Atlantic.

In Twyfelfontein, located in Damaraland, the comfortable Twyfelfontein Adventure Camp, a tented camp, serves as the starting point for the numerous tourist highlights of the region.


Phone: +264 61 240 020