Waterberg - Striking Red Sandstone
This strikingly beautiful region features an imposing plateau that rises 400 m (1 310 feet) above the surrounding plains, as well as extraordinary geological formations and vegetation. Meaning "water mountain" in Afrikaans, the name probably stems from the numerous life-giving springs on the southeastern slopes.
A place of important historical significance to Namibians, the Waterberg is also a noteworthy conservation area. It was declared a nature reserve in 1972 and has become a refuge for several endangered species.
The Waterberg is also one of Namibia’s prime birdwatching destinations and here you will find the world’s only breeding colony of Cape vultures.
- Guided bush walks
- San Bushman rock art
- Sanctuary for white and black rhino
- Home to sable and roan antelope
From N$ 2,870
The sensational Okonjima Bush Camp is situated west of the Waterberg Plateau Park, where the vast plains are occasionally broken by the remnants of ancient sandstone outcrops. This luxury camp boasts eight African-style chalets and three ensuite luxury twin tents, as well as a secluded swimming...
From N$ 44,332 To N$ 55,630 per person sharing
Drive through Namibia's rugged landscapes, with its quaint, historical towns. View wildlife at the watering holes in Etosha. Track desert elephant and black rhino in Damaraland. Delight in breathtaking rock formations and shifting sand dunes in the Namib.
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