Friday, 22 July 2016

450 | Hard piece of work - Erongo Wilderness Lodge


Settled in the Erongo Mountains, at what seems like the very heart of Namibia's special species of wildlife, lies the 200 000 hectare Erongo Mountain Nature Conservancy.

Luxury tents with astounding views

Guests on a sundowner walk

Sharing this vast wilderness with 29 other landowners, Erongo Wilderness Lodge is perfectly located to offer all the raw, natural beauty of Namibia, without tourist crowds.

A birdbath offers water also for smaller animals. Erongo Wilderness Lodge is a paradise for birdwatchers.

Rosy-faced Lovebirds

Hartlaub's Spurfowl

Mike, second from left, and part of the team

For being a part of this hard piece of work to conserve endangered and rare animal species such as the Black Rhinoceros, Black-faced Impala, Leopard and Brown Hyena to mention just a few, BirdsConTour awarded the Erongo Wilderness Lodge with a two penguin-rated Conservation & Tourism Support 2016 Award.

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