Frans Indongo is a comfortable lodge near the Waterberg Plateau Park en route to Etosha and the north from Windhoek. The six air-conditioned chalets are spacious and the lodge overlooks a waterhole. Activities in the private reserve include game drives, nature trails, and day trips to nearby attractions.
The living area at Frans Indongo has just one wall, the other three sides open out onto the plains of the Waterberg and the front extends to an open-air deck perfect for summer evenings and dinner beneath the stars. A game viewing tower adjacent to the lodge offers excellent views of the surrounding plains and the busy waterhole below.
Frans Indongo Lodge – much more than an Etosha-Windhoek stopover
In a private game reserve that covers 170sq km, the game viewing and wilderness experience at Frans Indongo Lodge will only enhance your Namibian safari. At the lodge itself, a waterhole attracts some of the rare species of Namibia's wildlife including nyala, sable, roan, white blesbok, rhino (black and white), Rüppell's parrot, and many species of bird. Walking trails up to four hours long culminate on large hill with views across the reserve to the Waterberg Plateau. Frans Indongo Lodge offers day well organised and rewarding trips to Otjiwarango, the Waterberg Plateau Park, the OvaHerero Cultural Centre, the Rare and Endangered Species Trust, and to the Cheetah Conservation Fund.