Accommodation in and around Gobabis
A guide to budget, affordable, exclusive and luxury overnight holiday spots in the Gobabis tourism region with a selection of the best hotels, holiday resorts & spas, safari lodges, game lodges, bush camps, bed-and-breakfast, guest houses, backpackers, apartments and self-catering lodges in and around Gobabis.
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Uakii Eco Guesthouse
Personal bed and breakfast in Gobabis
Uakii Eco-Guesthouse is situated in one of Gobabis’s best outskirts in a quiet area next to the Gobabis Golf Grounds. The guest house is an ideal location for tourists, business people, nature lovers and those who need a peace of mind.
Kalahari Bush Breaks
Lodge and camping east of Gobabis
At Kalahari Bush Breaks you are surrounded by primordial, enthralling savannas while the ambience of the guest house itself is both natural and luxurious. The lodge is situated between the eastern town of Gobabis and the border with Botswana.
Okambara Elephant Lodge
Family-run lodge west of Gobabis, east of Windhoek Airport
Okambara Elephant Lodge is a family run lodge / guestfarm offering 8 African bungalows, each with en suite bathrooms and minibar. The Lodge is famous for its wildcat sanctuary where guests can observe and feed leopards, cheetahs and caracals.
West Nest Lodge
Lodge, Self-Catering and camping west of Gobabis
West Nest Lodge offers you a variety of accommodation, entertainment and leisure choices. Whether you are looking to stay in one of our elite chalets or get a little more in touch with nature in one of our tented chalets or the camping facilities available, you will always find an option that suits your needs BEST.
Sossusvlei Safari - 3 Days
This safari is designed to offer a quick “snapshot” of the Namib-Naukluft National Park and the giant sand dunes at Sossusvlei. This safari has a guaranteed departure every Saturday (Accommodated Safari) and Tuesday (Camping Safari) with a minimum of two people.
- From N$ 5200 pp (Camping)
- From N$ 9500 pp (Accommodated)
Gobabis Historical Tour
Half Day Tour
Epoko meaning ‘’ a cave’’ in Otjiherero, was declared a township for local indigenous people in the 1970’s during apartheid era. Before that the local indigenous people used to live in the location which today we call Gobabis town.
N$ 165 pp