Kalahari Anib Lodge

Reviews of Kalahari Anib Lodge

Excellent(91%) From 22 travellers
Excellent
12
Good
10
Average
0
Poor
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Terrible
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Below are independent comments from 22 of our travellers who have visited Kalahari Anib Lodge, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr R & Mrs J Pygmy Falcon
Arrived on: 25-Jul-2008 Stayed for: 1 nights
Overall:
Good
Good
Location:
Good
Good
Rooms:
Good
Good
Service:
Excellent
Excellent
Food:
Excellent
Excellent

Pleasant night at Kalahari Anib Lodge

Our stay at the lodge was good except I had a pair of sandals taken from outside the lodge - I had left them to dry following wearing them back from the pool - during dinner and unfortunately they did not turn up before it was time for us to leave.

The larger pool was excellent though the other did seem rather small. The meal was excellent and the atmosphere in the dining room good with all guests eating at the same time. The staff were very helpful and willing to talk about their experiences and life outside the lodge. Before the meal started the staff made a point of announcing the menu in their own languages.

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Mr DS - Surrey
Arrived on: 20-Aug-2007 Stayed for: 1 nights
Overall:
Good
Good
Location:
Average
Average
Rooms:
Average
Average
Service:
Good
Good
Food:
Excellent
Excellent
Facilities:
Good
Good

Good 1st night stop.

Food was excellent, quite a performance, and they had made a real effort to provide my wife (vegetarian) with an interesting meal. Bar area was comfortable and welcoming.

A good place for the 1st overnight stop in Namibia. 1st experience of 'klick' bushmen language! We were a bit too tired to take advantage of the late afternoon game drive, after flying overnight and wandering around Windhoek for a bit, so we sat by the pool and relaxed instead.

We didn't realise there was the option of an early morning game drive next day, but it didn't matter - we saw plenty in Etosha!

We never did work out why two Sociable weaver-birds were so fascinated by one of our wing mirrors!

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