Waterberg Camp nestles along the base of the cliffs of the Waterberg Plateau, inside the Waterberg National Park. It towers some 200m above the surrounding landscape, and the plateau with its sheer cliffs and rock formations, serving as a breeding area for endangered animal species.
Facilities include a restaurant, bar and kiosk, (which is open outside restaurant hours) and adjacent to the reception office is a shop which stocks basic groceries and souvenirs. The restaurant and bar are located in the old, historic Rasthaus, which was built in 1908 and originally used as a police post. There is also a swimming pool and laundry service is available. There are a number of activities at Waterberg, including daily guided 4x4 game drives to the plateau, and are led by a park ranger. There are a selection of shorter walking trails around the camp, that you can explore by yourself, in a morning or afternoon. The fit and active can climb up to a look-out point on the top of the plateau and a variety of animals can be viewed in and around the plateau. Accommodation is in double rooms, each room has an en-suite bathroom, ceiling fan, air conditioning and in room safe. Address; B1 joins the C32 Waterberg National Park Namibia
B1 joins the C32, , Waterberg National Park, , Namibia
|Distance to airport||350 km|