Okaputa Guest Farm
About Okaputa Guest Farm
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.
Okaputa Guest Farm
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