Outpost safaris accommodation consists of two lodges, each with its own unique character and ambience to enhance your tailor-made safari experience.
The lodge, comprised of four rooms with eight beds, is an impressive, exclusive, and comfortably elegant lodge with two bedrooms in the main complex and two nearby private double chalets overlooking a floodlit water hole and the border with Botswana in the distance.
The main building houses the dining room, view deck, lounge, and small pool with an open-air fire pit adjacent to the pool. From the high vantage point of the lodge, one has endless views over the Kalahari, and you will lose track of time as you witness the light play on the dunes.
The camp, comprised of seven rooms with 14 beds, consists of a main cabin with two rooms, each with a private bathroom. A small kitchen serves the Lapa with a dining area, bar, open-air fire pit, barbeque and a jacuzzi all overlooking a floodlit water hole. There are also five double bungalows, each with a private bathroom. The safari camp is ideally suited for small groups, corporate break-away functions, private parties and small conferences.
The safari camp can also be booked as a self-catering facility.
Meals are buffet-style or a small set menu with lots of game – and truly Namibian specialties. Homegrown and homemade is the norm at Outpost, and a barbeque with Kalahari delicacies is a must.
Although you might have a special treat of a barbeque luncheon in the veldt, dinners are generally served in classic safari style, at a proper table with flickering candlelight and interesting conversation.
In the time of the creation, there was a day of rest. We suspect that on this day, the bottom of the hourglass of time fell out and the Kalahari was showered with a thick layer of fine red hourglass sand, unparalleled beauty, and lots of restful time. This is a living desert that brings you a fullness of life, richness of colours, beautiful nature, and relaxation lost in time.