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Amani Lodge

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  • Excellent34%
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14 Mar 2016
“A magic view”
19 Feb 2015
“Average”
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Reviewed 4 March 2012

To start with I will point out there are 2 sides to the Amani Lodge: 1) The lodge itself, which functions as a B&B and 2) The Big Cat experience. Most reviews of Amani are old, so this reflects the recent state of the lodge...More

5  Thank Chris R
Reviewed 3 November 2011

I had limited time to go on any real safari which require a minimum of three days. After consulting locals the big sanctuary at Amani lodge was short listed. It is about an hour drive out of Windhoek and at an elevated spot, costs around...More

5  Thank arshadaltaf
Reviewed 27 July 2011

30-40 minute trek out of Windhoek onto remote hill top. No true game around, but dining room has a glass wall into the cheetah pen which is amazing. Our family room was nice, spacious, with a lovely deck. Landscaping and pool area is lovely. Wild...More

5  Thank DSK3some
Reviewed 4 January 2010

Stayed here for 1 night at the end of a 2 week trip in Namibia and was one of the highlights of the holiday. Despite reservations regarding the 'big cat experience', for which there is an additional charge, this was very well done and the...More

2  Thank JonandVib
Reviewed 26 June 2009

The setting is lovely, and the male lion's roars in the evening add a lot to the atmosphere. Service is spotty and communication with staff can be difficult. There is no literature in the rooms, or anywhere, to tell you what activities are available -...More

3  Thank BeenAroundAptos
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"All the cabins face the same way so no real advantage to any. Pick one closer to the main building for..."
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