Our curated accommodation in Waterberg sorted by popularity ranking
Once a farmhouse, now luxury lodge, Okonjima Lodge Plains Camp is the budget-friendly option on the beautiful and scenic Okonjima Private Reserve.
Family-owned Okonjima Luxury Bush Camp will spoil you with wildlife and relaxation on the Private Okonjima Reserve. Stay in a luxuriously modified African hut. Experience big cats.
Mount Etjo Safari Lodge lies on a private sanctuary, one of the oldest in Namibia. An ideal stopover between Windhoek and Etosha with impressive wildlife and birdlife.
Waterberg Guest Farm is family run and owned. A small lodge not far from the Waterberg Plateau. Tranquil and homely. A retreat for the soul. A paradise for birds.
Cheetah View Lodge is a utilitarian blockhouse of a safari lodge run by the world-famous Cheetah Conservation Fund. Cheetah sightings guaranteed.
Tucked away in 41,000ha of bush paradise, the Waterberg Plateau Lodge hides in the silence and peace of its own nature reserve.
A top choice for a stop over and to explore the Waterberg Massif, Waterberg Wilderness Lodge comprised of two separate lodges, is our first pick for accommodation in the area.
Omboroko Campsite consists of four private sites on the Okonjima Reserve. Camp in the African bush with views of the mountains. Enjoy the walking trails and visit the AfriCat Foundation.
Okonjima Villa is a luxury exclusive-use villa and the only property of the Okonjima collection situated inside the private game reserve.
Frans Indongo Lodge is the ideal stopover between Windhoek and Etosha. In the distance the Waterberg Mountains. From the deck, the waterhole and wildlife of the private reserve.
In 2000 a huge old cattle farm gradually evolved into the Waterberg Wilderness nature reserve. Three and a half thousand hectares lie in the shadow of the Otavi Mountains and the game is back on. Giraffes, rhinos, wildebeests. This lodge opened in 2014.
On the oldest game farm in Namibia, Otjiwa Lodge offers a selection of accommodation from camping to a full house for the whole family, it’s all about the good simple life and the 25 game species you could see.
Okonjima Bush Suite is a self-contained villa in the eponymous private game reserve offering complete luxury and privacy amid pristine African wilderness.
An intimate and unique eco-camp close to Waterberg. A guided walking safari experience in nature and the bush of the Mundulea Nature Reserve.
Few things beat camping on a riverbed in the shade of an acacia tree at Otjiwa, the oldest game farm in Namibia.
This is the baby brother to Waterberg Plateau campsite. Up the hill, further up the valley. Named after the first European to set foot here in 1851. Charles Andersson was an explorer who wrote about his travels in Namibia. Old Charlie boy was the illegitimate child of a British bear hunter and his Swedish servant. Jeez. That must have been tough in the 1800s. No wonder he went a-wandering.
Aloegrove Safari Lodge is a “from the heart” kind of lodge with a comfort and warmth. Expect home-cooked meals and an amazing view by the pool and braai.
On a cattle farm between Windhoek and Etosha, Weaver's Rock Guest Farm is a delightful farmstead stay offering typical expected homemade meals and hospitality.
The best thing about Waterberg Restcamp is its location and setting. Although the rest is less desirable, it’s worth the stay for the former.
Kirstie is always professional with a friendly pleasant manner and she is always welcoming.