Torgos Lodge is located on the Western Border of Namibia adjoining the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.  The lodge is alongside the C15 route, 5 km from the Mata Mata border post.

Situated alongside the Auob River bed, the stylish main building (Lapa) is constructed from stone and thatch  and has a lounge, bar, and dining area.  Outside the Lapa is a large stone terrace, a group barbeque area (braai boma) and swimming pool overlooking a waterhole in the riverbed.

The accommodation consists of 10 units sleeping two people each on twin beds.  There are 8 tented chalets and two stone chalets.  Four units have basic self-catering facilities.  Breakfast and dinner are served in the dining area, lunches or lunch packs can be provided on request.  View accommodation The accommodation can be booked on a Dinner bed and breakfast, bed and breakfast or self-catering basis. View rates

The surroundings are typical of the Kalahari region, the dry river bed lined by large camelthorn trees, red sand dunes and sparse vegetation.  The lodge is within an 11000 Ha game camp hosting a wide variety of game, notably Gemsbok, Blue Wildebeest, Springbuck, Eland and many more.  There is abundant bird life including a breeding vulture colony.  View wildlife

Torgos Lodge is an ideal stop over for tourists travelling to and from Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and an ideal destination for a few days of relaxing in the Kalahari.  Activities include, game drives, unguided walks and bird watching.  View activities

The name TORGOS is derived from the latin name for a Lappet-faced Vulture (Torgos tracheliotus).