The word Epako is a Herero word meaning 'the corner in a mountain range'. The lodge is nestled against a hillside overlooking the Epako River and surrounded by dense African bush. The area is home to a wide variety of mammals, including white rhino and leopard, and a host of birdlife which visit a number of nearby waterholes frequently.
The lodge's deluxe rooms have king or twin beds. The Loft and Junior Suites have separate showers and free standing bathtubs, while the River Suite and the Loft Suite have separate living and sleeping areas which are very generously sized. The rooms all have air-conditioning, mini-bar, satellite TV system, mosquito nets, a tea/coffee station and garden or bush views from your private terrace.
The restaurant overlooks a floodlit waterhole where oryx, zebra, kudu, giraffe and rhino are regular nightly visitors. The chefs at Epako will prepare a combination of Namibian and French cuisine. There is also a bar and lounge with satellite TV as well as a swimming pool, large gardens, tennis courts, souvenir shop, table tennis and a small aviary.
Conveniently located midway between Windhoek, Swakopmund and the Etosha National Park. A road transfer or self drive from Windhoek Airport would take approximately 3.5 hours one way. A light aircraft transfer would be approximately 40 minutes.
The lodge offers an afternoon game drive, an opportunity to learn about the cheetah from the lodge's own cheetah sanctuary and visits the excellently preserved San Bushman rock art within the reserve.
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