Bordering the Southern boundary of 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 at the natural pans that are in front of each lodge.
Our lodges are very private and comfortable self-catering holiday homes, with all-day staff on call. Here you can enjoy Botswana's nature at its best, overlooking your 'own' waterhole, in all tranquility, with your own family or friends.
As owners, we are passionate about this wilderness area and have decided to become part in preserving it. We love sharing this with you and hope you will enjoy the beauty of this land as much as we do!
There are currently three lodges at Omogolo: Motswiri lodge (4 persons), Valley lodge (2 persons) and Mangwane lodge (6 persons, expected to open in Q4 of 2021).
The lodges are widely spaced (approx. one kilometre) 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 waterholes.
Omogolo’s 1600 hectares of land, bordering the Okavango Delta, is characterized by pristine bush, with many acacia and leadwood trees and open to grassland.
Add to this our many natural waterholes and you can understand why a variety of animals from the Delta come and visit us at Omogolo.
Your lodge will be for your own exclusive use. We do reserve the right to re-allocate lodges based on group size.
Valley Lodge is positioned along an old fossil river, creating a line of smaller water holes. Hence the name. One of these waterholes is positioned in front of the deck and is already a popular drinking and bathing spot for many species of wildlife.An evergreen Shepherd tree provides a nice shady area on the deck and is home to many birds. The lodge has one spacious bedroom, with ensuite bathroom that has a bath overlooking the waterhole. The large living area has a well-equip
Motswiri is the Setswana name for Leadwood tree. One of these old giants provides the shade on the veranda, as well as housing for Buffalo weavers, Red headed weavers and Blue waxbills. The large elevated deck overlooks a natural waterhole that is a regular drinking spot for birds, elephants and other wildlife. During the dry months water is pumped into the drinking trough right next to the waterhole. The two spacious bedrooms each have an en-suite bathroom that is open to the bus