Protea Hotel Cresta Pandu Ondangwa is situated in the cultural heartland of Namibia, approximately 92 km from the spectacular Etosha National Park in the far north of the country. Represented by most government ministries and financial institutions, Ondangwa offers informal markets and a host of experiences.
Protea Hotel Cresta Pandu Ondangwa offers 90 air-conditioned en-suite rooms, two suites, a bar, a restaurant and conference facilities. Protea Hotel Cresta Pandu Ondangwa is an oasis in the cultural heartland of Namibia.
- Parking Available
- Internet Access
- Swimming Pool
- 4 Stars - Tourism Grading Council of South Africa
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Things to do in and around Ondangwa
Theatre, Gallery or Museum (0.5 km from Ondangwa)
Onandjokwe Medical Museum is the first medical museum in Namibia. It was opened on 22 March 2013 at Onandjokwe Hospital in Ondangwa, Nothern Namibia. The museum is set in one of the oldest buildings in the Onandjokwe Hospital which is over 100...
Shopping Mall (0.5 km from Ondangwa)
Gwashamba Mall is in Ondangwa opened at the end of May 2013. It has literally brought town to Ondangwa by housing big brands like Shoprite, Markham, Edgars, Jet, Big Daddy, Mr Price, American Swiss, Clicks, Exact, Fashion Express, Pep, Crazy, and...
Theatre, Gallery or Museum (10.3 km from Ondangwa)
In 1868 Finish missionary Martti Rautanen left for Namibia. He arrived in Olukonda two years later and spent the rest of life there and became known as Nakambale the one who wears a hat among the locals. The mission house is now the Nakambale Museum...