Exclusive: Where Angelina and Brad are staying now

We did a little research and think we figured out Angelina and Brad’s latest location. Reuters reports that the Jolie-Pitts have moved from The Burning Shore resort in Namibia that we posted pictures of earlier to “a lodge in the Etosha National Game Park in northern Namibia, where lions are a top tourist draw and would help deter intruders trying to photograph the couple.” Obviously their last location was too accessible and did not afford them the privacy they were hoping.

There are many lodges in the Estosha National Game park. We browsed a lot of websites and compared prices. Most are nice, but not luxurious, and some are high-end, but have more than 15 rooms.

The Little Ongava Lodge stands out as a luxurious getaway that’s small and manageable enough for the Jolie-Pitts to book out. It has three spacious suites, each with their own swimming pool. It’s also located on a hill and boasts of the privacy it provides to guests:

Inspired by the spectacular panoramas and cool breezes that the hilltop overlooking Ongava Game Lodge affords, the three exclusive Little Ongava units present Wilderness Safaris first 6 paw (Premier) accommodations in Namibia. Literally a camp above a camp – guests can select to be as private as they wish, or they can integrate and enjoy meals or even soak in the atmosphere with a cocktail at Ongava’s popular bar overlooking the waterhole along with the Game Lodge guests.

Designed by a leading architect, drawing on historic, natural and cultural cues the design and decor integrates seamlessly with the Etosha National Park environment. Each spacious suite commands a private view of the waterhole and the plains beyond. Relax in your private infinity horizon plunge pool; luxuriate with both indoor and outdoor bathroom and shower facilities. Siesta in the independent sala, tucked away in the dolomite rock formation.

The dedicated main area, for the exclusive use of Little Ongava guests, lends itself to relaxed, stylish dining under an African sky.

Here are pictures of The Little Ongava Lodge. Again, this is our best guess, but it’s much better than the rest of the area lodges, and we think we’re right.

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