Facilities Loango Lodge
A perfect combination of comfort …
Loango Lodge is the perfect base from which to launch expeditions into different areas and camps such as Pte. Ste. Cathérine Beach Camp, Tassi Savannah Camp, Akaka Bush Camp and Evengué Lodge. The lodge is the ideal spot to prepare for the explorations ahead or recover from the adventures enjoyed.
Breakfast may be taken in the restaurant or on your own private terrace overlooking the Iguala Lagoon and national park. In the rainy season from November to April, buffalos and elephants can sometimes be seen passing by in the park while you’re enjoying an early breakfast!
- 7 luxurious, traditionally decorated bungalows, each with private terrace, most with a superb view of the tranquil river and the national park
- 3 one-bedroom suites with extra facilities, such as sitting room, bath, mini-bar, hair dryer, coffe/tea-making facilities
- 1 two-bedroom suite with extra facilities, such as sitting room, bath, mini-bar, hair dryer, coffe/tea-making facilities
- all bungalows and suites are equipped with bathroom with shower, basin and toilet
- River view restaurant & bar, with international cuisine
- Swimming pool
- Poolside bar
- Conference centre
- Souvenirs & craft shop
- Laundry service
- Room service
- Internet facility
Loango Lodge is the perfect base from which to launch expeditions into different areas and camps. The lodge is the ideal spot to prepare for the explorations ahead or recover from the adventures enjoyed.
Things to see and do
In Loango National Park, we have created a circuit that allows you to see and experience all the park’s highlights and ecosystems. From the lodge, you can venture out into the forest with one of our eco-guides or go on a cultural walk to the nearby village.
When to go
Loango Lodge is open all year round. Temperatures vary from 28 to 31 °C. The rains fall between November and April.
Have you ever dreamed of a place completely lost in time where you can see with vivid clarity how it all once was? A place of abundant wildlife, where dense jungle, savannahs, wetlands and lagoons all meet the sparkling ocean? Well it’s not just a dream – this place really exists!