Kudubos Camp Otjiwarongo
Kudubos Camp, located in the heart of Namibia, allows you to feel, breath and see African nature like never before. Groups of up to 8 people can set up their camps at eight unique camping spots, which offer a “braai” as well as a camp fire site and running water. Bathroom facilities with hot water are available for campers. At a waterhole you can see Kudu, Oryx, Baboons and almost 160 different bird species in their natural habitat. Ideal as stop over for campers traveling from Windhoek to Etosha National Park, Namibia.
At Kudubos Camp site you will find numerous
bird, insect and game species. It is a paradise for bird watchers. Kudubos is
especially known for its scarce Damara Dik-Dik. Also, look out for kudu, Oryx,
warthog, steenbok, duiker, baboons, leopard and many more in their natural
Kudubos Camp is the ideal break-away spot. If you are a day visitor or camping out, you can cool off and relax in a swimming pool boasting an incredible view of mountains, plains and Namibian bushveld. Kudubos also offers ideal event facilities for larger groups. You’ll have access to a bar counter and larger braai facilities.
Rhenish mission station ruins at Waterberg:
You will enjoy complete privacy at the camping spots. The campsites are situated in such a way that it is not visible to other visitors at campsites nearby. In addition, there are no disturbances from farm pets.
Other points of interest in and around the Otjiwarongo area include: a Reptile Farm, the Cheetah Conservation Fund, Waterberg Plateau Park, Etosha National Park and the Dorsland Monument. For your health needs, visit Badenhorst Pharmacy in Otjiwarongo. Enjoy traditional German dishes at the well-known Carstensen Bakerei in town.
Namibia is known for its hot dry climate. It is advisable to visit Namibia during winter months (May to August), which is a bit cooler. It can reach a maximum of 40° C in summer and 27° C in winter. Minimum degrees are 25°C in summer and 14°C in winter. The desert can reach below freezing point at night (winter or summer). The rainy season is during summer (September to April). The average rainfall in the Otjiwarongo region is approximately 350 mm per annum.
Rates per night:
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