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When in Epupa Falls this must be the best place to stay.
Beautifully situated under the big palms and nearby the riverside of Kunene river. We didn't stay in the lodge, but in the campsite. The campsite was clean and with a big fireplace. There...More
Situated next to the Kunene River at Epupa Falls.
Very nice spacious tents with own bathroom.
Friendly and helpful staff.
Offers activities around the lodge wish are very recommended.
Very good home-made food.
This was a wonderful oasis after travelling through desert, we were greeted with a warm welcome and had a good sized comfortable room. All areas were very clean and it was a good chance to commune with the nature around us. Epupa falls is a...More
A great location with a viewing deck looking across the river which forms the border.
Swimming pool and resting area. The huts are of good standard, clean with shower and wash basin. Small balcony to sit outside.
The restaurant was very nice with tasty food...More
The pitches on Omarunga Camp are very spacious and all have a water tap, but not all are equally shady and none have electricity. And that's a pity because we stayed there two nights and after two days in the sun, the food and drinks...More
Hi, we are a group of 4 couples and would like to come on 24th to 29th December, i would like to know how much it would cost us to come stay at Omarunga Lodge. I would also like to know how far Omarunga Lodge is from Swakopmund as we would like to go there as well. Thank you
16 January 2015|
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Response from Sittwe | Reviewed this property |
From Omarunga lodge to Swakopmund is about 700-800 miles depending on the road you use. Remember, most of the roads are gravel which does not permit fast driving. Consider 60-70mph a maximum depending on your vehicle... More
From Omarunga lodge to Swakopmund is about 700-800 miles depending on the road you use. Remember, most of the roads are gravel which does not permit fast driving. Consider 60-70mph a maximum depending on your vehicle. Ideally make use of a 4x4 . I've driven long distance on gravel and Tarmac with a large 4x4 and it can be rather tiring as you have to watch out for animals that may dart out also bends with gravel can be dangerous. If you can, stick to the Tarmac. It's important to fill up whenever you can.
None of the lodges are cheap, so expect to pay approx $150 for a twin room.
I hope this helps. Any other info please do ask.
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Why is Omarunga Lodge listed with an address in Swakopmund, while it's actually in the upper north of Namibia? Very confusing...