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Encounter Wildlife, Dinosaurs, Namibian History... and much more!

Mount Etjo Safari Lodge is located in the heart of the Okonjati Game Reserve.

One of the first private Game Reserves established in Namibia and founded by world-renowned conservationist Jan Oelofse.

Home to over 8000 animals and a impessive variety of bird species the Okonjati Wildlife Sanctuary is a true Conservation Area, this historic lodge deservedly carries the name “Etjo”, meaning place of refuge. Mount Etjo Safari Lodge is where the most important Declaration towards Namibia's Independence was signed in 1989 (The Mount Etjo Declaration).

Experiencing Wildlife activities and Enjoying Nature on the Okonjati Game Reserve is memorable and everlasting , while enjoying excuisite cuisine and luxurious accommodation, Mount Etjo Safari Lodge is and remains one of the most favourite destinations to visitors from around the world.

Visiting us during the COVID19 pandemic

The lockdown in Namibia will come to an end 5th May 2020. After this time, Namibians are welcome to contact us for SPECIAL OFFERS for camping and lodge accommodations. Rest assured that we will put in place appropriate measures to adhere to social distancing and hygiene during this time, as requested by the Namibian government. International travel is still restricted until further notice.

Our reservation office is not yet fully running, please email us or contact us at 0817997643 / 0811244464 for urgent matters.

Current week-end special, including buffet dinner, buffet breakfast and coffeee/cake in the afternoon:

LUXURY ROOM N$1200.00 per person per night

SUITE N$1575.00 per person per night

VILLA N$2500.00 per person per night

(excluded are rhino levy N$80 per stay and the tourism levy)


Thank you for your patience and support!




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Capture to be Free - Jan Oelofse Biography

The remarkable story of Jan Oelofse's life is summarized in his book "Capture to be Free", written and compiled by his wife Annette Oelofse. The book is available in both English and German at bookstores in Windhoek and Swakopmund as well as at the lodge - signed by author Annette Oelofse.

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