Ongula Village Homestead Lodge is situated between Ondangwa (one of the oldest towns in the Namibia's northern region) and Eenhana town, built alongside an active Owambo Homestead (or Village). One of the few lodges in Namibia to offer an introduction to the traditional lifestyle of our Owambo people. The lodge fully supports sustainable Tourism and thus offer voluntourism. The lodge offer 5 Rondawels (African- style round huts), 4 Rondawels with 2 twin beds/1 double bed in each, and 1 Family Rondawel offers 2 Twin Beds and 1 Double bed. All units are uniquely decorated and equipped with en-suite facilities (shower only), tea/coffee station, and mosquito screens. The lodge caters for campers with 5 Campsites, terraced and leveled with clean sand, shared ablution facility (cold water only), running tap water and shades. 2 Volunteer Yurts newly added to cater for volunteering and experteering, each yurt accommodate up to 4 people with shared ablution facilities (cold water only). The cozy and appealing reception building hosts a Dining room, Bar and Lounge with TV.