The Goba Lodge in Namibia offers a wide choice of accommodation for travellers and tourists: from a luxury lodge to self-catering (self-contained) accommodation and camping facilities. And while the owners, De Waal and Louise Louw, say they are a “no frills, no fuss” establishment, they certainly don’t compromise on comfort.
The Goba Lodge in Namibia lies on the banks of the Black Nossob River, near Gobabis in the Omaheke region. The Lodge is 170 km east of the Hosea Kutako International Airport, and is on the way to Botswana and the Okavango Delta.
The Lodge has 7 luxury en suite rooms and 2 family chalets. All are air-conditioned and equipped with telephone, channel TV and tea/coffee-making facilities.
For the self-catering (self-contained) traveller, the Goba Lodge in Namibia offers 6 units, opening on to an entertainment area. This area comprises dining tables, a sitting room, equipped kitchen, braai facilities and channel TV. The units share clean ablutions. If you prefer to pitch your tent beneath the Namibian sky, the Goba Lodge offers 2 shaded campsites with electrical points.
The Goba Lodge is famous for the cuisine offered at the River Restaurant with its a la carte lunch and dinner menu. The Herero stone chapel at the Goba Lodge provides a very romantic and unusual setting for that special Namibian wedding. The Goba Lodge also caters for business functions and offers workshop facilities and superb catering.
The garden and surroundings of the Goba Lodge are perfect for birdwatching and gentle walks. The more energetic can play tennis, swim, or go hiking, mountain biking or jogging.