Namibia, on the south-western Atlantic coast of Africa, the second least densely populated country in the world, is also considered one of the most impressive and invigorating, by its sheer vastness and stark beauty. Its characteristic, awe-inspiring landscapes are marked by striking contrasts of colour, with orange sands, savannah, blue waters and yellow gorges. Namibia’s wildlife is just as colourful, with the famous ‘big five’ experience a real possibility in the renowned Etosha National Park, and a diverse range of national parks and nature reserves. The Namib Desert itself – the most famous source of diamonds on the planet – stretches for 1000 miles along the west coast, with its spectacular, haunting atmosphere and its towering dunes plunging into the Atlantic from heights of 300 metres. If you are looking for unspoilt natural beauty and a spell-binding safari experience, come to Namibia and EPAKO.

Directions & Map

The Lodge is conveniently located midway between Windhoek, Swakopmund and the Etosha National Park. Transfers by road from and to Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport are not included in the price of your stay at EPAKO. The road transfer takes approximately three and a half hours, one way. Transfer by light aircraft can be arranged upon request (40-minute flight). Epako has a certified, well maintained gravel 1300 metre long airstrip situated on the private reserve, a mere 5 minutes drive from the lodge. Guests that are flying in will be met by an Epako guide and open safari vehicle and the transferred to the lodge for check in. Aircraft can be tethered at the airstrip for guests flying in with their own pilot and planes. (Aircraft including King Air, Pilatus, Grand Caravans and smaller are permitted to land at Epako).

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