Bordering the Okavango Delta, Omogolo offers pristine bush and many species of birds and wildlife. It is our mission to create an increase of habitat for Botswana's wildlife, and we do this by providing constant water in the various natural pans. Our lodges are very private, comfortable self-catering holiday homes, with all-day staff on call. Here you can enjoy Botswana at its best, overlooking your own waterhole, in all tranquillity, with your own family or friends.

The widely spaced lodges are built by our co-owners - people that are passionate about this wilderness area and have decided to become part in preserving it. They are sharing their home with you and hope you will enjoy the beauty of this land as much as they do.

Whether you visit Omogolo Bush Lodges as a new co-owner or as a guest of one of our homes: you are very welcome. Please enjoy!


Ten self-catering Bush Lodges are to be constructed - one is open for bookings right now. The lodges are widely spaced to ensure an unequaled atmosphere of privacy and being one with nature. Each lodge overlooks its own waterhole where animals drink and bathe, providing breathtaking spectacles.


Omogolo is home to many mammal species, including elephant, lion, hyena, leopard, wild dog, zebra, kudu, steenbok and impala. There is excellent birding, especially around the water holes.


Omogolo’s land, bordering the Okavango Delta, is characterized by pristine bush, with many acacia and leadwood trees and open to grassland. Add to this our permanently filled waterholes and you can understand why many animals from the Delta come and visit us at Omogolo.