Onguma The Fort is Afro-Arabic in look and feel, with substantial walls, stone cladding, and a tower the gazes across Fischer’s Pan toward Etosha.
Accommodations consist of twelve mini-suites as well as the Sultan Suite. The mini-suites are adjacent to the Main Fort and stretch out to the north and the south. Each suite has a spacious en-suite bathroom with both an inside and an outside shower. In addition, each suite has a bar, fridge, air cooling system, and tea/coffee station. Wooden decks lead towards an outside seating area, the perfect spot to unwind on a comfortable sun-lounger. The Sultan Suite is located in the tower and features a large, exquisitely designed bedroom. An adjacent lounge leads out to the private viewing deck. The lounge is equipped with a satellite television, bar, fridge, and telephone. The large bathroom has both an open shower area as well as a bath in which to soak away the activities of the day.
Onguma Game Reserve stretches across 84,015 acres of protected land. Plains game such as kudu, giraffe, eland, oryx, hartebeest, zebra, and impala roam freely, and predators including lion, cheetah, and leopard are frequently sighted. The reserve even boasts its own family of Black Rhino. During the Namibian summer months, when the rains have finally come, the park becomes a birdwatcher’s paradise. Over 300 bird species migrate to the wetlands and the once-dry riverbeds. The private reserve also borders Fischer’s Pan, offering easy access to Etosha, Namibia’s premier wildlife destination.