The lodge holds the most secure lease available, granted by the Zambezi Communal Lands Board and sanctioned by Government. This 25-year Lease Agreement (of which 22 years remain), registered in the Lodge CC's name, is renewable, offering a high level of safety and assurance. This lease arrangement allows any foreigner to acquire the Lodge CC and maintain the conditions of the lease. The size of the land is 11.9ha.
Own 100% shares in a family-operated lodge, strategically located on the shores of Namibia's largest inland lake and connecting to the Zambezi River during the annual flood season. Operating successfully for the past seven years, even during the Covid slowdown period, the lodge is nestled in a riverine wooded area that provides stunning views of the lake. With convenient access via well-maintained tar roads, this lodge promises a picturesque and accessible retreat.
Description of the lodge infrastructure:
a. 10 en-suite units with air- conditioning.
d. All units are fully furnished.
B. Campsite/Campsite Safari Tents:
a. 4 x Campsites – fully lawned and shaded under numerous trees
with power and barbeques
b. 1 x Male/Female Ablution Block (3 x showers/toilets/basins per
c. 4 x Standard Safari Tents furnished with 2 single beds, linen,
electric light and power point. Tents share the campsite ablutions.
C. Lodge Facilities:
a. Restaurant/Bar/2 x Lounges/Kitchen:
Dining facilities for +-24 people
Fully equipped kitchen.
1 male and female toilet.
Buildings surrounded by gardens with views of the lake.
b. Office/Reception/Shop/Activities Store Unit:
Brick building housing guest reception, office, file room, and a
shop stocked with curios and fishing equipment.
c. Workshop/Store/Laundry/Store Cage/Staff Ablutions:
Brick under corrugated iron units.
Equipped workshop with tools and power.
Fully equipped laundry.
d. Staff Housing:
Accommodates up to 5 staff members on late duty.
e. Owner/Manager House:
2 en-suite bedrooms, lounge/kitchen/dining area.
Set in the forest for privacy.
f. Lodge Manager's Accommodation:
Single room - fully equipped
k. Small Conference Pavilion:
Fully equipped and furnished for meetings/workshops up to 30
l. Day spa: (to be commissioned in July 2024)
Fully fitted out to pamper 1 x client at a time
Lodge linked to the National Power Grid with pay-as-you-go
Small stand-by generator to ensure constant water supply and
n. Water Supply:
Borehole supplies water to chalets, etc., and used for drinking.
Electric pump supplies lake water to gardens.
Large gardens with local plants, ferns, shrubs, and tall indigenous
The entire lodge is lawned for a cooler environment in summer.
Fast Internet and landline phone in the office.
Satellite TV at Lapa lounge.
All linen and consumables provided on-site.
D. Features to Highlight:
a. Situated 26km from Katima Mulilo along a tar road.
b. 350m of Lake Nabizwe water frontage
c. Diverse limited wildlife, including numerous bird and animal
d. The lodge is not situated within a Conservancy
f. Excellent standing with adjacent villages and tribal authorities.
g. The lodge can accommodate up to 26 guests in en-suite facilities
and an additional +-16 guests camping and using the campsite
h. Successful track record since opening in April 2017.
i. Debt-free, registered under a CC, and VAT registered.
j. Highly rated on Booking.com and TripAdvisor.
E. Business Activities:
a. Occupancy rates fluctuated due to Covid but looking
promising from 2024 onwards.
b. Movables Assets Included in Sale include various boats,
vehicles, and equipment.
c. Employs 14 staff, most of whom are trained locals.
F. Asking Price:
a. Includes all assets.
b. Shares transferred upon completion of formalities and payments.
G. Activities Offered:
Canoeing on the lake, bird trips, fishing trips, sunset cruises, Makoro rides, guided walking village tours, and day trips to nearby attractions.