Erindi Private Game Reserve
The Erindi experience is set on 71 000 ha of malaria-free pristine wilderness in the heart of Namibia, with varied landscapes from mountains to savannah and open grassland. Old Traders Lodge offers a real Namibian bush experience with excellent accommodation and stunning scenery.
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Facilities & Services
- Swimming Pool
- Main viewing deck overlooking a waterhole
- Daily Game Drives in seach of wildlife including Cheetah, Lion and Elephant as well as the rate Wild Dog and Black Rhino.
Bars and Restaurants
- Dining is on the main deck overlooking the waterhole.
- A fully stocked bar is also available.
This brand new and vast private game reserve has one lodge which welcome children of all ages. Please note children under 6 are not allowed on the main game drives.
The Lodge offers buffet style meals so children can select smaller portions.
Babysitting & Supervised Activities
- The lodge operates special ‘Junior’ game drives with parents for children under 6 after the main drives at about 10 am
- A nanny can be provided to look after young children if parents are on game drives or at other times for an additional charge.
The lodge is built with the natural surroundings and care should be taken when walking about as snakes and scorpions do come out at night or during Summer days. The lodge is also fenced for safety.
Old Traders Lodge provides the accommodation at Erindi Private Game Reserve. This impressive lodge comprises of the main dining room and viewing deck as well as 35 air-conditioned suites including 5 deluxe suites, with en-suite bathrooms, satellite TV, hairdryers, fridges and kettles.
3 of the 5 deluxe suites face the water hole.
Extra beds are put into the suites to accommodate up to 3 children under 12 sharing with their parents.
Rates start from £172 per person on Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis (valid until 30/09/12). Fully inclusive supplement starts from £55 per person.
- Children aged 5 and younger stay free
- Children ages 6 – 11 pay £100 per child
A large number of jobs for the local community were created when the reserve changed to a world-class safari destination.
Projects, as part of the restoration of local wildlife to Erindi, include Leopard Research.