A paradise on the Uniab River in northwest Damaraland – a vacation opportunity with a difference.
Waving palms whispering in the wind, spectacular surroundings which harbour the famous desert elephant, the rare black rhino, giraffe, zebra, gemsbok and many other wild animal species, sunsets to dream of. This is Palmwag Lodge, one of Namibia's oldest and most popular tourist rendezvous.
The predator population is the largest outside of the Etosha National Park, with over 100 lions, cheetah, leopard, brown and spotted hyena. Bird life is prolific and diverse with most of Namibia's endemics present. This concession supports a healthy population of desert adapted black rhino and elephants, under the management of the Save the Rhino Trust.
Our Services includes the following:
Fully Licenced Bar
We also boast a very cozy “pool bar” and lapa. Morning and afternoon game drives are offered daily. The well laid-out hiking trails let you enjoy and discover the neighbouring nature. With early booking, we offer guided full day excursions as well as overnight safaris through the breathtaking landscapes of the Damaraland.
To cater for the needs of campers and day visitors, the thatched pool bar under the palm trees at the swimming pool, where light meals and most drinks are available, is opened daily from mid morning until approximately 22h00.
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Reervations at:Eden Travel
Tel: +264 61 234342
Fax: +264 61 233872
Or use our Booking Form
DAMARALAND WILDLIFE EXCURSION
Leave Palmwag early after breakfast. Enjoy a tour in open 4 x 4 game-viewing vehicles into the concession area of the lodge. Spectacular close-up viewing of Namibia’s only free-ranging game e.g. zebra, kudu, oryx, springbuck, ostrich, jackal, brown and spotted hyena, and with a bit of luck the endangered black rhino and desert elephant. All in the most spectacular landscape far off the normal tourist tracks and routes. Wash off the heat of the day in one of the many natural pools in the area. Picnic lunch en-route. Return to the lodge late afternoon for a unique sundowner.
±8 hour excursion.
Depart Palmwag early morning after breakfast via the Sesfontein Pass in the direction of Opuwo. First contact with local Ovahimba people in their villages in the Opuwo region. Experience daily life of this nomadic tribe who still live according to ancient traditions and rituals. Picnic lunch en route. Return trip to Palmwag Lodge with a short visit to Khowarib Schlucht near the origin of the Hoanib River. Magnificent landscape and surroundings. Arrival back at Palmwag Lodge late in the afternoon.
±10 hour excursion.
DAILY GUIDED WALKS
Enjoy the beauty of the concession area and a true wild life experience in the vicinity of the lodge while on a guided walk( 3 -5 hours ) with our well trained and experienced guides of the lodge .
Palmwag Lodge is situated just a few kilometres north of the junction of the C43 and the C39. Heading north, it is on the left, immediately after the veterinary fence, and its concession stretches off to the west, as far as the Skeleton Coast.
GPS Lodge: 19° 53´ 59"S 13° 56´ 13"E
GPS Airstrip:19° 52´ 48"S 13° 56´ 47"E
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