THE VINGERKLIP LODGE
A place of mystery, wind-sculpted rock and far horizons...
Nestling in a timeless valley is the Vingerklip Lodge on the 3000 ha Farm ¨Bertram¨
that is surrounded by a game fence helping us to protect and preserve the animals.
Our 1600 ha private reserve has 3 waterholes in various locations around
the lodge with the main water-hole being flood lit at night.
Various types of animals including Giraffe, Eland, Zebra, Kudus, Oryx,
Springbok, Impala, Warthogs,Baboons and Steenbok frequently visit the waterholes and are also
often spotted when following the walking trails.
One of the most dramatic rock formations in Namibia is the 35m high pillar of rock, the Vingerklip or Finger of Stone.
It stands proudly above a valley in the ancient landscape known as the Ugab terraces.
LOUNGE AND BAR AREAS
A sheltered sundowner veranda offers breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and the unmatched splendour of a Namibian sunset.
Fine wines, and refreshing, locally brewed beer is served complimenting our Gourmet cuisine and buffet in the spacious dining area.
SWIMMING POOLS & JACUZZI
The lodge offers 2 Swimming pools where guests can spend the lazy afternoons.
For those who prefer a more luxurious and warmer form of relaxation, the Jacuzzi is open to guests at their convenience.
The 11 double unit thatched bungalows comprising 22 rooms with en suite bathrooms which are
individually furnished and equiped to satify all travellers requirements.
Each unit has a private terrace to complete the atmosphere of relaxation and tranquillity.
Eight of the units offer loft accommodation for two children each.
Eagles Nest Restaurant, high above the Lodge on the Ugab Terraces, is reachable within 10 minutes walking.
Guests have the option to exchange one of the dinners at the lodge for an unforgettabe Eagles Nest experience
where traditional African cuisine is served at no extra charge.
Please note that the Eagles Nest Restaurant is limited to approximately 20 guests and booking is esential.
Walking the path up is not recommended for people with walking difficulties.
The athmosphere and views from here are simply breathtaking!