Every wise traveller will tell you that you cannot enter Etosha National Park if you are not well-rested and full of vitality to make the most of the exceptional area. This is where Otjiwa Lodge steps up and does the refreshing better than anyone—an ideal stopover if journeying north from Windhoek, and a short distance south of great Otjiwarongo.
The Otjiwarongo region is commonly known as the cheetah capital of the world. The Cheetah Conservation Fund is dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of these magnificent cats, while the Rare & Endangered Species Trust centres on vulture research and education. Other activities from Otjiwa are game drives, rhino tracking, birdwatching, hiking, mountain biking, and fishing.
In amongst fascinating scenery and the unspoilt charm of Namibia’s oldest game farm, Otjiwa presents 12 Double Rooms; 5 Mountain Lodge chalets; The Nest, a fully-equipped modern 4-bedroom self-catering house; Eagle’s Rest, 7 well-appointed self-catering units varying from 4 to 6 bedrooms; and a riverbed campsite. Indigenous African style continues to the cosy lounge, bar, and dining room, next to the romantic swimming pool overlooking the bushveld and Omboroko Mountains.
- Ideal stopover en route to northern Namibia from Windhoek
- 12 Double Rooms; 5 Mountain Lodge chalets; The Nest, a 4-bedroom self-catering house; Eagle’s Rest, 7 self-catering units; and a riverbed campsite
- Cheetah capital of the world—rehabilitation centres accessible to visitors
- Game drives, rhino tracking, hiking, mountain biking, fishing
- African-style lounging and dining next to a swimming pool