Erindi Private Game Reserve is a protected reserve in central Namibia, located two hours north of Windhoek. It is described as the most iconic ecotourism destination in Southern Africa.
They are custodians to a prolific amount of endemic species and multiple conservation projects. Erind, meaning “place of water” in the local Herero dialect is a sustainable natural wonderland.
With 70,719 hectares of land under their care, they have undertaken an immense task to pursue conservation in the name of eco-friendly tourism whilst empowering the local communities.
The reserve has 2 camps. Old Traders Lodge services the luxury safari traveller, where pathways wind through the camp to reveal 51 luxury suites tucked between indigenous trees and soft green lawns. The colonial style restaurant and viewing deck boast magnificent views across a busy waterhole.
Camp Elephant services the self-catering and camping traveller.
Accommodation includes 30 campsites and 15 self-catering chalets with all the luxe amenities needed to ensure a pleasant stay.
Erindi offers 24 exciting activities that explore fauna and flora species thriving within the reserve. The knowledgeable field guides conduct morning/evening game drives, finding the sightings you long to see.
This reserve offers inspired accommodation and unmatched hospitality, ensuring visitors have the kind of safari that lives in memory for a lifetime.