The surprising mix of peace and adrenaline, the quiet of the bush and the sudden burst of energy as wild animals congregate at waterholes; this is the magic of the African bush, where you experience the unexpected.
Ongava is one of the largest private game
reserves in Namibia, with over 125 square
miles to explore. Climb into an open
vehicle for game drives on Ongava and into neighbouring Etosha National Park to view the astonishing variety of life found in this spectacular environment.
Lions, black and white rhinos, elephants, giraffe and several stunning species of antelope, including rare black-faced impala, are at home on the reserve.
Our experienced guides share with their
guests an intimate knowledge of the
wildlife and the land that is part of their
Rhino approaching on foot in the company of your trained guides is a part of our quintessential African adventure.
Nature walks, photographic hides, lounging by the pool, or relaxing on your private deck are all wonderful ways to enjoy and reflect on your journey of a lifetime.
Protecting Wildlife - Removing Location Metadata from Images
An easy source of accurate GPS data for the location of rhinos can be sourced from pictures taken with increasingly sophisticated GPS enabled cameras.
To avoid inadvertently providing criminals with this valuable rhino location information wildlife photographer Olwen Evans has kindly assembled this how-to guide.
Please follow the steps set out in the downloadable guide below and share this information.
Removing Metadata from Images PDF Guide (Requires Adobe Reader)