Waterberg Plateau Campsite

Address: D 2512, Otjiwarongo, Namibia | Ranch
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsWaterberg Plateau Campsite Otjiwarongo

      Reviewed by fransspronk

      Verrassend waterbron van leven

      Reviewed Nov 21, 2013
      by (9 reviews) Breda , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Prachtige locatie in het Waterberg Plateau. Er zijn twee locaties - de een is dichter bij de ingang en op een iets lagere altitude. De ander verderop dichter bij de Waterberg Lodge. Wij zaten in de eerste locatie en we hadden prive douche en toilet ruimte. Er waren zonne boilers op het dak van het douche gebouw en het water was natuurlijk behoorlijk heet voor een heerlijke douche.

      Zicht op kampeer terein met Auto en Tent
      Waterberg Plateau Park, Namibia

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Waterberg Plateau Campsite Otjiwarongo

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      Travel Blogs from Otjiwarongo

      Caprivi - Place of Rivers

      A travel blog entry by terrykelly on Jul 12, 2014

      12 comments, 6 photos

      ... to eat from our fitted kitchen when the hunger pains arrive, not even a veld stop to empty ones bladder - 'just hang on as we are nearly there' was his favorite phrase. Should have requested another funnel with pipe exiting directly thru the car's floorboard! Bladder haha - I needed a mini Flexitank to see me through these long road trips of 6 to 8 hours! Somebody please invent a traveling portaloo for us chicks! This was my only negative about long ...

      Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

      A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Mar 14, 2014

      2 comments, 179 photos

      ... rocky ridges. That was a beautiful sunrise shower. We continued on to Brandberg where we were going to see some rock art. On the way in we stopped to see the petrified forest, with its insane silica bark, and Twelyfontain to see some rock carvings. We also enjoyed the drive from desert to green rolling hills and back to desert. We had zebra, giraffe, kudu, monitor lizards and turtles on the road, and even one confused giraffe running up the middle of the road panicking that i was ...

      Windhoek to Otjiwarongo

      A travel blog entry by kimsumich on Nov 18, 2013

      4 photos

      343km
      B1, D2440 (to CCF)
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      After a late start, and both gas tanks fuelled up (N$1330 ~ NZD$160), we were finally on our way on a 22 day road trip around Namibia.

      Highlights/notes:
      - Arriving just in time @ Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) for feeding time (2pm)
      - Cheetah protecting the pen door so that they could ...

      Swakopmund

      A travel blog entry by rosewj on Aug 01, 2013

      ... rock to be 'hipster', then a fairly short but freezing drive day to Swakopmund, sitting under a blanket. When we got there we had a presentation about the activities we could do, and booked on a skydive! Pretty scared. Got to our accomodation for the next few days, which are 'a-frames' - little houses with 2 floors and a kitchen, Jan and Elvira downstairs and Ruth, Dom and I upstairs. Got settled in, had a hot, powerful shower, had lunch and then walked down ...

      Curiosity killed the cat!

      A travel blog entry by ajnamibia on Jul 28, 2013

      4 photos

      As many of you are aware, we house +/-50 cheetahs at our centre at any given time. These cheetahs have either been orphaned because a farmer has shot the mother, have injuries which prevent them from surviving in the wild or have been classified as problem cheetahs (i.e. livestock killers). They are well looked after by our cheetah keepers and serve as educational tools for all visitors to our education and research centre.

      Most days everything is well. Some ...

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