Namibia Collection is proud to introduce the luxury Olupale Safari Lodge.
Oshana and Omusati, Northern Namibia, is home to the world famous Etosha National Park. Etosha National Park is the gateway to Northern Namibia and Ovamboland. It is Namibia’s prime wildlife location and home to a large variety of mammals and birds. Etosha means the ‘ great white area ‘ this refers to large dried pan in the middle of the Etosha Park.
The Iipumbu-ya-Tshilongo Conservancy, spreading across 154,800 ha is located in the constituencies of the Oshana and Omusati regions of northern Namibia. With the Etosha National Park at its southern boundary, the Iipumbu-ya-Tshilongo lies within a transboundary wetland shared almost equally by Angola and Namibia. This wetland is called the Cuvelai-Etosha Basin and consists of hundreds of drainage channels (called iishana, singular oshana) that emerge and diverge hundreds of times. Most iishana in the target area are dry for much of the year, and when water flow does occur, it ranges from tiny trickles to broad fronts of flood waters, inundating most parts of the basin. The basin has no sea outlet, however, when the northern parts of the basin receive a lot of rainfall, water will usually flow into the Etosha Pan via the iishana, thereby creating a spectacular ecosystem that supports a diverse array of bird and other animal wildlife.
Situated on the north-west boundary of the Etosha National Park, within the Iipumbu Conservancy you will find the luxurious Olupale Safari Lodge. Situated on the banks of a salt pan the lodge boasts a 180-degree panoramic view of the pan and surrounds.
Relax in our Lodge, with chalets offering everything that you would expect from superior hotel accommodation. The carefully positioned lounge, pool deck bar are there for the guest to enjoy the beauty of the landscape. The restaurant provides a different Namibian culinary experience for guests, complimented be the very best in Southern African wines.
Olupale Safari Lodge is accessed via the Etosha National Park with its own private access to the park.
Opening in 2020, Olupale Safari Lodge, will include 40 Chalets, lounge, restaurant, bar and swimming pool. Lodge activities include game viewing in Etosha National Park and visiting the Salt pan and surrounding area.