Waterberg Wilderness Lodge Waterberg Namibia
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Waterberg Hotels Self Catering Camping
- 8 double rooms and 2 family rooms with shower/WC,
In the afternoon guests are welcome to have a piece of cake in the tea garden, and afterwards join our guide on a scenic drive, if they wish.The place for a drink after sunset is the campfire or the fireplace at the bar. Fresh dishes from the typically Namibian farmhouse kitchen are served for dinner.
The well known Waterberg is situated about 280 km north of Windhoek, halfway to Etosha National park.
The unique region of Waterberg is internationally famous for its vast
variety of species of flora and fauna.
Waterberg Wilderness Lodge is therefore really something special!
Features of Waterberg Wilderness Lodge
Some ideas of what to do at Waterberg Wilderness
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Activities around Waterberg Plateau
Waterberg Plateau hikes (mornings, approx. 3 h) These hikes take you onto the famous plateau of Waterberg. Even though animals usually keep their distance, our hiking guide is almost certain to show you fresh scent of leopard, rhino, buffalo and various antelope. From the plateau you enjoy spectacular views of the fertile valley of Waterberg Wilderness and across the Omaheke (or Sandveld), as this particular part of the Kalahari is called. Also discover striking sandstone formations, massive fig trees and our spring which provides water abundantly. The difference in altitude of about 150 metres has to be managed on the way up, and later down again.
Game viewing on foot (mornings, approx. 3 h)Accompanied
by a tracker our safari vehicle takes you into our nature reserve, abundantly
stocked with game, until you come across interesting fresh scent. You
now continue on foot. With a little luck you will spot giraffe, eland
and other antelope – or even the white rhinos; they usually do not
pose any threat to people. For this activity you need to be physically
fit as you might be in the bush for several hours and well into the midday
Cultural tour into Hereroland (mornings, approx. 4 h; mondays to fridays, but not during school holidays or on public holidays; please book at least one day in advance) An ideal opportunity to get a glimpse of everyday life, the culture and traditions of the Herero people. A local guide meets you at Waterberg Wilderness and drives with you, in your own car, to a traditional village where you can feel totally at ease taking photos and asking questions. You then continue to the village of Okakarara and visit a marketplace, a school and the Okakarara Community Cultural Centre which was built with EU funds. The excursion wraps up with traditional songs and dances performed by women from the community. For a bite to eat, the street market offers mieliepap (maize porridge), meat and vetkoek (a type of doughnut).
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