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Huab Lodge is situated on a private nature reserve right on the edge of Namibia’s ‘Damaraland’, a ruggedly beautiful area in North West Namibia, famed for its populations of desert-adapted elephants, as well as other iconic Namibian wildlife like black rhinos, zebra, gemsbok (oryx), and more.It was in fact a desire to help generate funds for the conservation of these elephants that led to the founding of Huab Lodge, and that desire still forms part of both the philosophy and practice of the lodge.

The original farmland is a small, unique area called Monte Carlo which boasts stunning views bisected by the mostly dry Huab River. The lodge’s stone and thatch bungalows spread along the elevated north bank of the river ensuring a private and magnificent view!

Huab Lodge’s eight spacious, extensively refurbished, stone and thatch bungalows, accommodating a maximum of 22 guests (including family sharing units), are spread along the elevated north bank of the river ensuring a magnificent and private view of the Huab River Valley, even from the shower! Each bungalow has a large private patio and is tastefully furnished with two extra-long double beds. Large windows and sliding doors allow in both light and a view across the Huab.

Enjoy the soothing benefits of the natural thermal spring, or laze by our pool before venturing out to see everything Huab has to offer from stargazing, to river and sundowner drives, rock art and hiking trails. A photographer’s haven with so many different bird species to discover.

Additional Details

  • Free Wi-Fi:No
  • Children’s Menu:No
  • Swimming Pool:No
  • Gym/Fitness Center:No
  • Spa/Wellness Center:No
  • Conference Rooms:No
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  • Air conditioning:No
  • Pet-Friendly:No
  • Wheelchair Accessible:No

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