Etosha King Nehale, opening at the beginning of May 2020, located within the spectacular scenery of the Namibian 'King Nehale Conservancy', famous for its' vast landscapes including the Andoni Plains, artesian springs and fascinating woodlands are home to forty rooms, paying homage to the rich cultural heritage of the area. The Gondwana Collection of Namibia prides itself in its sustainable tourism and the construction of the Etosha King Nehale Lodge will ensure the environment will be cared for during and after its construction at the same time as ensuring you will be staying in luxurious surroundings, and enjoying both the views and the dining on offer.
North of the Etosha King Nehale, the conservancy is surrounded by the pulsating life of the communal areas of the Oshikoto, Oshana, Ohangwena and Omusati Regions. Several creatures roam freely within the reserve and you will be able to witness them pass by including antelope grazing amongst cattle and the abundant birdlife attracted by such diverse habitat.
You will have the opportunity to combine the cultural vibrancy of so-called Owamboland with the natural wonders of the rarely frequented northern part of the Etosha National Park.