N/a’ankusê Lodge is perfectly located to start or finish your safari to Namibia. The lodge is crafted from ecologically clean material including solid logs and glass. There are six luxurious, individual chalets and a tranquil dining area with stunning views, bar and swimming pool. Rooms boast large twin beds, air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and each has its own private veranda with views overlooking the bush-veldt.
Activities are varied and include game drives, nature walks, go on a self-guided eco-route or just relax by the pool. By visiting the lodge or taking part in a carnivore feeding tour you can help make a difference in conservation. All revenue from the lodge, which is a registered charity in Namibia, goes directly to the wildlife conservation, local clinic for bushmen in Epukiro and the people from the community they employ.
Whether your interests lie in helping orphaned or injured African wildlife, researching cheetahs and leopards or making a difference to the medical welfare and education of the under privileged Bushman community, N/a‘an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary is the perfect place for you to live your dream! There are three projects to choose from:
Wildlife - feeding and caring for baboons, farm animals, large carnivores and various other species of African wildlife rehabilitated at the sanctuary.
Research - tracking cheetahs and leopards in the local area and carrying out game counts as part of the large carnivore conservation and research project.
Medical - helping the Bushman community in Epukiro through their Lifeline Clinic.