Otjiwarongo Camp - Namibia
Situated 200 kilometers north of the capital city Windhoek at almost 5,000 feet in elevation, the ranch is a veritable treasure trove of African wildlife and boasts a variety of some 30 game species that roam free on this 75,000 acre expanse of land. Among these are herds of sable antelope, precious white rhinoceros and roan antelope.
Modern, privately situated two-bed chalet that reflects indigenous African style in décor. Guests can relax at our cozy lounge and bar area or cool off in the adjoining mountaintop swimming pool whilst indulging the senses with a magnificent view of the savannah bush veld and the surrounding mountains.
Clients are treated to an amazing and wonderful variety of exotic meals and dishes that rival the finest gourmet restaurants, or if you would rather stick to the home cooked meals to which you are accustomed we are happy to accommodate. Meals are served in a world class central lodge with scenic views of waterholes and game covered plains below.
Some of the largest and best managed game and trophy hunting ranches are to be found in Namibia. Hunting is done according the ethical principles of hunting, thereby ensuring humane practices in the utilization of wildlife. Selective hunting ensures the maintanance of the diversity. All hunting is conducted according the fair chase principals as stated in the NAPHA (Namibia Professional Hunting Association) code of conduct.
The wildlife is abundant with herds of White Rhino, Sable, Roan, Nyala, Kudu and over 30 other species present on the ranch which comprises over 35,000 hectares. Species available onsite including Leopard, Hyena and Cheetah.The hunting ranch is surrounded by cattle farms, and therefore allows a relatively large population of leopard roam the area. You calves makes for an easy prey for leopard!
More to do!
For visitors who wish to explore the surrounds, the ranches’ central location provides its guests with the perfect base from which day trips can be undertaken to the famous Etosha National Park, the Waterberg Plateau nature conservancy, a cheetah conservation sanctuary, dinosaur tracks (also known as ‘spoor’) and, of course, the Namibian capital, Windhoek.