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Bush Pillow Guest House

20 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 9 rooms

Two Day Special   Bush Pillow Guest House is situated in the unspoilt landscapes of the north central area of Namibia, close to Etosha Game Park, Waterberg,...
Bush Pillow Guest House is situated in the unspoilt landscapes of the north central area of Namibia, close to Etosha Game Park, Waterberg, Cheetah Conservation and Crocodile Ranch.

We offer great no-smoking accommodation at affordable rates, and the Maxamesi Dining Room offers meals not often found on general menus. Activities include bird walks, game drives, sundowners on Namibia's own Ayers Rock, swimming and historic town tours.
from R640

Otjiwa Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 92 in 25 rooms

Otjiwa Lodge captures Namibia’s natural beauty, with fascinating scenery and the charm of rustic luxury. Personal care and excellent...
Otjiwa Lodge captures Namibia’s natural beauty, with fascinating scenery and the charm of rustic luxury. Personal care and excellent home-style cuisine will make you feel instantly at home when breakfast and dinner is served in our dining room. A cosy lounge and bar next to our romantic swimming pool, overlooking the savannah bushveld and Omboroko Mountains, add to a wonderful time of relaxation and indulgence.

The lodge offers five modern two-bed chalets, reflecting indigenous African style with amazing panoramic views. All rooms are privately situated and feature an en-suite bathroom, minibar and air-conditioning.

The Nest is a stylishly decorated and fully equipped modern house, situated privately in the bush area. This four-bedroom self-catering unit provides sleeping facilities for up to 16 guests and is ideal for a group of friends or a family. A swimming pool with barbecue area, surrounded by big trees, provides the refreshing relaxation you need after a long warm African day.

Eagles Rest features seven fully equipped self-catering units that vary from four- to six-bedroom houses. Each house is beautifully decorated in warm African style. The sleeper-decorated open-plan kitchen offers everything needed to cook up a storm, including an outside open fireplace. From your bedroom, walk out onto the open private veranda, overlooking true bushveld beauty and gorgeous sunsets.

Otjiwa campsite is situated underneath big acacia trees next to a beautiful riverbed, where the setting of the sun creates a perfect atmosphere for true relaxation. For real a African camping adventure, there is no electricity available. The large campsites, ideal for bigger groups or families, are covered with clean river sand and include a private fireplace and washing area. A well-planned ablution area with separate bathrooms for men and women is also available. There are also smaller, more private campsites, each with its own water and fireplace as well as a smaller ablution area. All the campsites can be reached by a normal vehicle.

Amidst the backdrop of beautiful gardens, Otjiwa sets the stage for a truly romantic wedding. We offer a choice of two outdoor venues for the wedding ceremony, as well as a large hall with a fully equipped kitchen for the reception. We also offer conference and team-building facilities.

Activities include game drives, trips to the vulture hotel and education facility, rhino-tracking on foot, hiking, mountain biking, catch-and-release fishing, and bird-watching.
from R1540

Okonjima Lodge

2 Reviews
Sleeps 88 in 30 rooms

West of the Waterberg Plateau Park, the vast plains are occasionally broken by the remnants of ancient sandstone outcrops which once...
West of the Waterberg Plateau Park, the vast plains are occasionally broken by the remnants of ancient sandstone outcrops which once covered large areas of northern Namibia. Nestled among the Omboroko Mountains lies Okonjima, a Herero name meaning "Place of the Baboons".

This is much more than just a lodge; Okonjima is also home to The Africat Foundation. Africat became internationally renowned after featuring in an award-winning documentary that was filmed for the Discovery Channel in 1995 and 1996. Namibia is home to the world’s largest wild or free-ranging cheetah population. The majority of this country’s cheetahs and leopards can be found on approximately 7,000 commercial farms. These large carnivores occasionally prey upon the livestock that roam unprotected in the veld.

As a result, carnivores are often regarded as vermin by the livestock and game-farming community and are deliberately trapped and killed. Africat has had to take on a large number of captive cats and carnivores no longer wanted by other establishments. Among the carnivores being rescued, researched and rehabilitated by Africat are cheetah, leopard, lion, caracal, wild dog and hyaena.

Okonjima is a family-run business. Wayne, Donna and Rosalea Hanssen, who co-own and live on the property, bought Okonjima from their parents, Val and Rose, in 1993 turning the then cattle farm into a conservation project. Today The Africat Foundation is the "world’s largest cheetah and leopard rescue and release programme", and has saved more than 850 cats since 1993.

Okonjima offers several types of accommodation, ranging from Bush Camp chalets and suites to Main Camp double en-suites and The Villa. The Grand Villa comprises two rooms and two suites and can accommodate eight to 12 guests, while Bush Suites comprise two rooms, sleeping a total of four guests. The Bush Camp features eight unique thatched African-style chalets sleeping a maximum of 16 guests, and the Main Camp's 10 en-suite double rooms sleep a total of 20 guests.

All four camps have a swimming pool, outside fireplace, and an independent kitchen with restaurant and bar facilities. The Villa, Bush Suite and Bush Camp also have an indoor fireplace and each have a waterhole where wildlife may be viewed.

Activities at Okonjima include leopard-viewing, cheetah tracking on foot, nature and Bushman trails, photography, and bird-watching. Visitors can also observe some of The Africat Foundation's programme at work and learn more about these amazing and beautiful animals.
from R1100

Aloegrove Safari Lodge

6 Reviews
Sleeps 30 in 7 rooms

At Aloegrove Safari Lodge, you will receive true Namibian hospitality and unparalleled service to ensure that you will return again and...
At Aloegrove Safari Lodge, you will receive true Namibian hospitality and unparalleled service to ensure that you will return again and again.

We specialize in small private groups and individual service and every guest will receive undivided, personal attention. Guests are accommodated in six en-suite bungalows, each with its own balcony. Breakfast as well as dinner is available, but need to be booked before arrival.

We are located 1,630 m above sea level and have 360-degree views over the vast savannah and Waterberg Plateau. Watch a spectacular sunset or sunrise and during the heat of the day, relax by the sparkling pool.

A great favourite at Aloegrove Safari Lodge, is the scheduled lion, leopard and cheetah feeding. This is the ideal opportunity to see these magnificent cats at close range; keep those cameras ready. Guests can also join the lodge's ranger on a 4x4 game drive during the morning or afternoon. Species such as eland, kudu, oryx, giraffe, mountain zebra, hartebeest, springbok, impala, steenbuck, duiker, damara dik-dik, Black and Blue wildebeest, waterbuck, and warthog can be seen.

Bird-watching can be done from the comfort of your bungalow. The bungalows look out over the waterhole, a treat for any ornithologist. The fitter and more energetic might prefer to venture out on a guided hiking trail in and around the property.
from R1480

Village Boutique Hotel

Sleeps 75 in 35 rooms

The Village Boutique Hotel is a perfect stop over on the way to Etosha and other northern tourist sites. This hotel is the ideal weekend...
The Village Boutique Hotel is a perfect stop over on the way to Etosha and other northern tourist sites. This hotel is the ideal weekend retreat while you visit the Cheetah Conservation, the Waterberg Plateau and other nearby attractions.

The rooms at the hotel are spacious and well equipped. These rooms have a modern décor, each with a private en-suite bathroom. All rooms have quality linen to ensure you have a pleasant nights rest and refreshed for whatever the next day brings, business or pleasure.

Enjoy the luxurious comfort of the new Village Boutique Hotel situated conveniently on the main road in Otjiwarongo. Just come and relax with some coffee and cake on the veranda surrounded by shady trees and a beautiful garden.
from R695

Frans Indongo Lodge

Sleeps 48 in 14 rooms

Frans Indongo Lodge is situated just 43 km from Otjiwarongo, on the road to Otavi. Our lodge is not only the ideal stopover for the...
Frans Indongo Lodge is situated just 43 km from Otjiwarongo, on the road to Otavi. Our lodge is not only the ideal stopover for the traveller en route from Windhoek to the Etosha National Park, the Caprivi or to Botswana, but it also offers various remarkable day trips in the nearby surrounding areas.

Come and enjoy the Owambo-style decoration, the beautiful garden and our excellent cuisine, or have a sundowner at our wooden terrace overlooking the peaceful and majestic landscape of the thorn bush savannah. Relax by observing the rare grazing White blesbok and Black springbok, together with zebra, Black wildebeest, impala and many other game species in their natural habitat. For an even better view, we offer an elevated observing deck.

We have 12 luxury rooms with en-suite bathrooms, TVs, air-conditioners, minibars, telephones, hairdryers and tea and coffee-making facilities. We have two Single Rooms, eight spacious Bungalows and four Family Units. Set menus are served at the thatched open lapa which is the perfect place to end an eventful day in Namibia.

Game drives on the 23,000-hectare farm, which is home to a large number of rare animal species including the Black rhino, and several hiking trails are well-marked and lovingly laid out for everyone. Enjoy an excursion with cheetah watching at the Cheetah Conservation Fund and observation of rare Cape vultures at the Rare and Endangered Species Trust on the neighbouring farm. Alternatively, visit to the crocodile farm in Otjiwarongo or take a day trip to explore the wild beauty of Waterberg Plateau Park.
from R1007

C'est Si Bon Hotel

7 Reviews
Sleeps 89 in 39 rooms

C’est Si Bon is a French expression describing that which is beautiful. The lovely C’est Si Bon Hotel is situated in the town of...
C’est Si Bon is a French expression describing that which is beautiful. The lovely C’est Si Bon Hotel is situated in the town of Otjiwarongo, the cheetah capital of the world. As a doorstep to Namibia’s North, the hotel caters for the holidaymaker, the family, the business traveller and the conference delegate alike.

C’est Si Bon Hotel is the perfect stopover en route to Namibia’s lush water-rich Caprivi and Etosha National Park, and introduces both the business traveller as well as tourists to this natural splendour of the region. Guests have a choice of staying in one of the 18 Hotel Rooms or in one of the 21 Lodge Rooms.

Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a TV with selected DStv as well as tea and coffee facilities. All Hotel Rooms feature bar fridges as well as parking in front of the rooms, while only some Lodge Rooms offer these facilities. Hotel Rooms are furnished with three-quarter beds and the Lodge Rooms have single or double beds, with free Internet connection is available throughout the hotel.

The restaurant offers an à la carte menu and is open all day for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon snacks. An outside lunch and dining area is situated near the swimming pool which features palm trees, rock features and a waterfall set in beautiful, lush gardens with exotic birds in large enclosures. Full bar facilities and tennis courts are also available.

Come and experience this ambience of relaxation and subtle joy for yourself. Let the blended atmosphere embrace and recharge you, while enjoying C'est Si Bon Hotel Namibian hospitality.
from R770

Hadassa Guest House

20 Reviews
Sleeps 19 in 9 rooms

With its comfortable and homely atmosphere, Hadassa Guest House has been serving its customers during the past two years with a smile. It...
With its comfortable and homely atmosphere, Hadassa Guest House has been serving its customers during the past two years with a smile. It is exactly that service that helped the establishment scoop its first award. Our establishment embraces tired travellers and business persons en route to some of Namibia's best-known destinations.

Towards the north lies the Etosha National Park, Damaraland with the famous Vingerklip, Twyfelfontein and the Petrified Forest or the Kavango and the Caprivi Strip with their luscious woodlands. Heading in a southerly direction, there is the Waterberg Plateau Park, Namibia’s capital and even further down, Namibia’s endless horizons in the south.

Ideally, Hadassa is the perfect stop over and will embrace you in our air-conditioned, Single, Double or Damily bedrooms.
from R700

Okaputa Guest Farm

Sleeps 28 in 10 rooms

Located on the B1 between Otjiwarongo and Otavi, Okaputa Guest Farm is an ideal stopover on your way to the Etosha National Park and the...
Located on the B1 between Otjiwarongo and Otavi, Okaputa Guest Farm is an ideal stopover on your way to the Etosha National Park and the Caprivi Strip. Home to one of the biggest Arabian horse studs in the world, a visit to Okaputa is guaranteed to be as relaxing as it is enlightening.

Enjoy the privilege of experiencing the daily workings of a lively horse breeding and cattle farm. All you have to do is leave behind the hustle and bustle of city life, and simply enjoy the tranquil and relaxing atmosphere of the farm as well as the warm hospitality of its owners. You will be catered for with delicious home-cooked food, inspired by many a local cuisine favourite, such as braais and potjies.

Okaputa Guest Farm has plenty of space to accommodate guests including six Double Rooms and three Family Rooms, all with air-conditioning. Visiting Okaputa Guest Farm not only provides you with the golden opportunity to experience a cattle and horse breeding farm first-hand, but a whole medley of interesting activities awaits the adventurous guest.

Take advantage of the farm’s abundant wildlife and venture out into the bush for some bird-watching or game-viewing. Several scenic watching spots have been earmarked for guests' use. For your personal rendezvous with nature, make use of one of the hiking trails through the African bush. Farm drives and micro-light flights are also a possibility.

If you simply want to unwind and take it easy but still favour some gentle activity, there’s a squash court and a swimming pool for a refreshing splash. If you hunger for some viewing of the Big 5, consider a visit to the Etosha National Park or the Cheetah Conservation Project, both of which are in the surrounding area.
from R770

Omaha Guest Farm & Estate

Sleeps 14 in 5 rooms

Come and experience the warm hospitality of Omaha Guest Farm & Estate, situated at the base of Mount Etjo in Namibia. Omaha offers guests...
Come and experience the warm hospitality of Omaha Guest Farm & Estate, situated at the base of Mount Etjo in Namibia. Omaha offers guests the utmost in peace, tranquility and privacy. The 10,000 acre estate has a natural beauty that is difficult to surpass.

Omaha has drastically changed its booking practices and accommodation features to become completely self-catering. In doing so, rates have declined by 30% thus offering guests the very best affordable accommodation in Namibia. New rates include all linens and towels, a fully equipped kitchen, a braai area and daily housekeeping including kitchen cleanup. The lodge features five double rooms, three of which are wheelchair friendly. Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and hiking trails are included.

Guests may either provide their own provisions or Omaha will stock the pantry in advance for a 20% commission plus fuel cost. Omaha’s new policy permits only one party to make bookings, one to five bedrooms, on specific dates, ensuring that guests have the utmost privacy during their stay. Please inquire about the availability of home grown vegetables and select cuts of Omaha game and wild fowl. Limited hunting is available on the premises.

With a lovely landscaped garden, hiking trails, a swimming pool and splendid vistas of Mount Etjo on your doorstep, one can become lost in space and time; no red lights, no shops, and no petrol within 75 km. Mount Etjo is a geologically unique feature of the Namibian landscape dating to 500 million years ago. It is a “sister” mountain to the famed Waterberg Plateau National Park and the region is home to several protected wildlife species including Hartmann’s zebra, damara dik-dik, leopard, and klipspringer. Kudu, oryx, warthog, and other species inhabit Omaha at the base of the mountain. In addition, over 250 species of birds are seasonally known from the surrounding areas, including numerous waterfowl.

Omaha is conveniently located two hours northwest of Windhoek, en route to a number of Namibia's primary tourism destinations such as Etosha and Waterberg National Parks, Damaraland, Bushmanland, Kavango Region and the Caprivi Strip. Located nearby are the Erindi Game Lodge, dinosaur footprints, Omaruru Game Lodge, Mount Etjo Safari Lodge, Okonjima Lodge/Africat Foundation,and Cheetah Conservation Fund. There is plenty to see and do in the immediate area, ensuring that guests will have a wide selection of destinations to explore.
from R1200

Outeniqua Guest Farm

Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

Outeniqua Guest Farm is situated at the foot of the Klein Omatako Mountain overlooking a wonderful scenic view of the homestead and...
Outeniqua Guest Farm is situated at the foot of the Klein Omatako Mountain overlooking a wonderful scenic view of the homestead and farmlands, near Okahandja in Namibia. The Guest Farm is just 300 km from Etosha pan and 170 km from Windhoek. Outeniqua Guest Farm is situated next to the B1 road, so whether you are on the way to or from the North of Namibia, it is an ideal destination for either overnighters or as a base whilst touring Namibia.

This is the perfect setting to relax, enjoy and unwind for as long as you like. We offer farm life at its best, with comfy African-style en-suite guest rooms, a fully licensed bar, pool table, trampoline and a swimming pool. Activities include bird-watching, mountain climbing and hiking, and guided safari tours throughout Namibia and car rentals can also be arranged if you wish to self-tour. Enjoy sundowners on top of the nearby koppie or sample the tasty Euro Namibian cuisine in our thatched lapa.

Outeniqua Guest Farm offers accommodation in five fully furnished en-suite double rooms and a fully furnished en-suite flatlet with a kitchenette. Two of the double rooms are located in a separate bungalow with a thatched roof. Each of these rooms contains a loft area which can accommodate an extra adult or two children. The flatlet features twin three-quarter size beds and a sleeper couch in the lounge area.

Wireless Internet is provided, tea and filter coffee is available in the lapa at all times, and we also offer a laundry service free of charge to guests staying more than three nights. Farm drives can be provided for more than two guests, and other nearby attractions include the Okahandja Wood Carvers Market, dinosaur foot prints, the Waterberg, Crocodile Farm, Cheetah Foundation and Etosha Pans. Attractions on the Outeniqua Guest Farm itself include an observation tower next to the lapa, game viewing of oryx, hartebeest, kudu, springbok, warthog and other small game, bird-watching, farm walks and mountain climbing.
from R1680

Termite Hills Farm

Sleeps 24 in 3 rooms

Werner and Lotti Dedig, the third generation in Namibia, would like to welcome you at their little bed and breakfast set on a 8,000-hectare...
Werner and Lotti Dedig, the third generation in Namibia, would like to welcome you at their little bed and breakfast set on a 8,000-hectare cattle farm.

The original name of the farm is “Miershoop” which means "termite hills" in Afrikaans. Termite Hills is situated north of Windhoek, between Okahandja and Otjiwarongo, merely a 2.5-hour drive from Windhoek on the B1, in the central part of Namibia.

The farmstead is surrounded by bush savannah, the Omatako Mountains, the Etjo Mountain and the Waterberg Mountain, and is an ideal stopover between Windhoek and Etosha National Park, or coming from Etosha, it is an ideal stop before flying back home.

Werner and Lotti maintain a fitting balance between running a very small guest house and operating their cattle farm and game farm. In the peaceful farm atmosphere, guests can enjoy German-Namibian hospitality, a high standard of personal service, and delicious home-cooked meals. An insight into Namibian farm life, as well as the difficulties in cattle farming in this bushy area of the country can also be grasped from the German, English, and Afrikaans speaking hosts.

Accommodation is offered in three simple but comfortable farm-style twin-bedded rooms, each featuring an en-suite shower and flush toilet, as well as a small sitting area and a dressing table. Towels and guest soaps are also provided. Although the rooms do not have fans or air-conditioning, the windows and front door are covered with a gauze screen, and outside each room on the veranda is a sitting area. Termite Hills is family orientated and children are very welcome.
from R920

Out Of Africa Town Lodge

Sleeps 87 in 35 rooms

Out of Africa Town Lodge is situated in Long Street, Otjiwarongo, half way between Windhoek and the Etosha Pans.

The lodge...
Out of Africa Town Lodge is situated in Long Street, Otjiwarongo, half way between Windhoek and the Etosha Pans.

The lodge offers guests a variety of rooms, all with satellite TVs, a fridge and air-conditioning. All the rooms are furnished with comfortable double or three-quarter beds.

Guests can enjoy delicious breakfasts in the dining room, cool down in the pool, have a drink at the bar or visit the bistro. Secure parking as well as conference facilities are available.

Guests can visit the Crocodile Farm near the eastern border of town, the Cheetah Conservation Fund or the Waterberg Plateau where there are over 200 different bird species. The scenery is fantastic and there are several short, self-guided bush walks and two longer hikes.
from R870

KaMaKu Guesthouse

Sleeps 11 in 5 rooms

KaMaKu Guesthouse is situated in Otjiwarongo in Namibia. This lovely house is the ideal breakaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday...
KaMaKu Guesthouse is situated in Otjiwarongo in Namibia. This lovely house is the ideal breakaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

There are five rooms in this guest house. The first room has a double bed and the rest of the rooms has two single beds. All the rooms have en-suite bathrooms with showers. Breakfast is included daily and guests have televisions with DStv connections and Wi-Fi Internet access.

This area offers various game viewing opportunities and guests can drive out to Namibia’s well-known sand dunes.
from R620

Babson House

Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Babson House is located at the Cheetah Conservation just outside of Otjiwarongo, Namibia.

The house has three bedrooms and...
Babson House is located at the Cheetah Conservation just outside of Otjiwarongo, Namibia.

The house has three bedrooms and three en-suite bathrooms. Guests can relax in the living room on deep leather couches or on the veranda which overlooks the stunning veldt.

Noteworthy destinations in the region include Waterberg Plateau and Namibia's number one tourist charm, Etosha National Park.
from R12000

Otjibamba Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 40 in 20 rooms

Otjibamba Lodge is a popular stopover for visitors on their way to northern Namibia and the Etosha National Park. The lodge is ideally...
Otjibamba Lodge is a popular stopover for visitors on their way to northern Namibia and the Etosha National Park. The lodge is ideally situated south of the town of Otjiwarongo, along the B1 which runs from Windhoek to Etosha. Tastefully designed in an Afro-Colonial style and furnished to match its natural surroundings, the rooms are laid out as air-conditioned chalets, offering privacy, space and comfort.

With its well-kept garden and large swimming pool, Otjibamba is the ideal place to relax for a day or two. The lodge is also known for its superb cuisine served in the A-La-Carte-Restaurant. Otjibamba nestles within its own private game ranch which harbours game species such as giraffe, impala, oryx, kudu, ostrich and others.
from R930
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