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We stayed here for one night (120.00ND per person) and left with mixed feelings.
We were the only ones at the campsite, which was great, and the view from our plot was nice, but other than that it wasn't great.
The road leading to the...More
The entire lodge was very nice. Our room was beautiful, clean and modern. The food in the restaurant was great and the performance after dinner by the staff was wonderful. We could have done without the game drive that we did, since was didn't really...More
Easily accessible in a lovely standing. The lodge was modern and well kept to a high standard. The thatched bungalow room felt very special and comfortable. The dinner was lovely. Lunch was ok although a little underwhelming. The staff in the majority were very nice...More
This Lodge was our last 2 night stay of a 2 week self drive. Frans Indongo is 17km from the main road. A warm welcome and drink was the beginning of a great stay. We had a family room which was spacious with a separate...More
We stayed for 5 nights with our young family and Frans Indongo was a highlight of a wonderful holiday. Alf and Astrid set the tone with their friendly, thoughtful and ever so helpful and efficient help and all the staff followed. Our two young children...More
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US$ 157 - US$ 179 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Should we stay for one night or 2 nights - unsure?
It will be at the end of the trip and when we leave here it will be to fly from Windhoek to Cape Town.
27 February 2016|
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We also stayed at the end of our trip and we really wished we had booked for two nights rather than one. It was such a beautiful place and there are interesting things to visit nearby like the cheetah conservation project... More
We also stayed at the end of our trip and we really wished we had booked for two nights rather than one. It was such a beautiful place and there are interesting things to visit nearby like the cheetah conservation project which I would very much like to have done. So I would say definitely go for two!