At Torgos Lodge your every dream may well become a reality. On your way to the well-known Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park you will find a true hideway amongst a forest of Camelthorn trees. Surrounded by red dunes and situated in the dry Auob river, you will experience true tranquility, silence and solitude. Torgos lodge is the perfect choice for overnight accommodation on your way to the Kgalagadi Park or simply to enjoy the true African experience.
Come and enjoy true Namibian cuisine and hospitality!
The lodge is build on a 11 000 ha farmland opened up to host a large variety of game and wildlife species. Some of the species are springbuck, oryx, waterbuck, giraffe, red-hartebeest, eland zebra, blue-wildebeest, kudu and some smaller species. We also host one of the largest vulture breeding areas in the dry riverbed and plenty of other bird species. Night time is something to experience; some of the species you will see are bat-eared foxes, caracal, Brown hyena, Porcupine, Pangolin, African Wildcat, Antbear and other smaller animals.
The lodge offer 10 en-suite units each with its own veranda overlooking the dry riverbed and man-made waterhole.
Lion, cheetah and Spotted Hyena also pass through from the park occasionally. Animal noises can often be heard creating a true African atmospherehe Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is situated 5km from the lodge. The border entry and gate entering the park from the Namibian side is Mata Mata. There is border and passport control. Gate times: 08H00 – 16H30