Waterberg Guest Farm boasts a very simple concept: small-scale living with a limited number of guests, in the midst of a wildlife utopia. It is the logical halfway stop between Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek, and the country’s most frequented destination, Etosha National Park.
The guest farm strokes the feet of the Waterberg Plateau in north-central Namibia, a 42,000ha stretch of untouched African savannah. The ‘Okosongomingo’ ranch on which the guest farm is located is a cattle breeding farm, which now also breeds wild Arabian horses. Home to a myriad of free-roaming Namibian wildlife, the guest farm is committed to the conservation of flora, fauna, and fragile ecosystems, which can be experienced on walking trails and a visit to the Cheetah Conservation Fund.
Take your pick from Standard Twin, Double, or Family Rooms; Herero Bush Bungalows; or the original 1930s manager’s house converted into a guesthouse with 4 double and twin rooms and en-suite bathrooms. The Wellness Centre offers a range of treatments, from aromatherapy to deep tissue massages. An extensive library, lounge, swimming pool, dining room, lapa bar, and floodlit waterhole are also yours to enjoy.
• At the foot of the Waterberg Plateau in Northern Central Namibia
• Natural midway stop between Windhoek and Etosha National Park
• Set on 42,000ha of African savannah with a plethora of Namibian wildlife—seen on walking trails
• Variety of accommodation—Standard Twin, Double, or Family Rooms; Herero Bush Bungalows; or Guesthouse
• Library, lounge, swimming pool, dining room, lapa bar, and waterhole