Onguma Game Reserve can be found on the eastern border of Etosha National Park, covering 34 000ha of protected wilderness. A well-kept secret (probably not for long) as it is steadily leaving an imprint on travellers looking to discover the wildlife and landscapes that this part of Namibia is becoming increasingly well-known for.
Onguma is home to over 30 different animal species consisting of plains game, predators and more than 300 bird species. They are also the custodians of the endangered Black Rhino. The neighbouring Etosha National Park is home to a prolific array of wildlife, including 4 of the Big 5. The summer months at Onguma are of particular interest to “twitchers” as the seasonal rains bring thousands of migrating birds to the Fisher’s Pan wetland area.
Onguma Game Reserve has 5 accommodation options suited to all guests from couples yearning for a romantic safari escape, families with children wanting to explore the wild or those looking for the adventure of a bush camp. Onguma offers guided game drives through Etosha National Park as well as night drives and bush walks through their own reserve.
- Easily accessible from Windhoek on tarred roads. Alternatively they have a private airstrip for those wanting to fly-in
- On eastern border of but with access to Etosha National Park on their own private 34 000ha of reserve
- 5 different accommodation options available promising something for everyone
- Combination of guided game drives into Etosha and on their own reserve as well as bush walks and night drives
- Water-level hide on site, perfect for photographers and birders
- Excellent “Children on Safari” programme at Onguma Bush Camp