Onguma The Fort is set on this 20 000 ha nature reserve which boasts over thirty different animal species.
Onguma The Fort has an African feel like no other. Moroccan and Indian flavours combine perfectly with the selection of beautiful antique windows and doors. A courtyard and large water feature will refresh the senses. Across the courtyard is a spacious beautifully decorated lounge and open air dining room. A large wooden deck leads outside, with scattered romantic seating spaces, in full view of the waterhole.
Predators such as lion, cheetah, leopard are common residents of the area. The latest addition to the already abundant wildlife at Onguma Nature Reserve is a family of black rhinos. The Fort is unique. Massive raw walls, stunning stone clad features and a huge tower with views toward Etosha and Fisher’s Pan offers the best sunset views in the whole of Namibia.
11 bush suites are situated adjacent to the Main Fort extending on both sides to the south and the north. Each is completely private. They are all equipped with spacious en-suite bathrooms with both an inside and outside shower area. Sleep on large 4 poster beds with mosquito netting. An air cooling system, bar fridge, hair-dryers and a tea/coffee station are standard. Wooden decks lead towards the outside seating area. Relax, unwind and enjoy the extraordinary bush view on comfortable sun-loungers.
Situated inside the Main Tower enjoy a large, beautifully designed bedroom with a 4 poster bed and fitted mosquito netting. The lounge is equipped with a satellite television system, bar fridge and a telephone. Step outside to a private viewing deck. ‘Beat the heat’ with the efficient air cooling system. The large bathroom has a wonderful open shower area and a bath.
A morning tour into Etosha could be followed by an afternoon safari around the reserve. There is plenty to see here including four of the ‘Big 5’, lion, black rhino and leopard. Onguma ReserveSpot-lit drives on the reserve in search of shy and nocturnal creatures are a highlight. A 4×4 safari excursion into Namibia’s premier tourist attraction. The diverse vegetation attracts numerous mammals, large and small, ferocious and timid. Each waterhole hosts different wildlife species seasonally.