Uakii Eco Guesthouse

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.

Uakii Eco-Guest House is only 5-10 minute walk to the town centre of Gobabis. Here you will find all amenities such as shops, restaurants, garages and fuel stations, ATM's, hospitals, private doctors and laundry services.

Accommodation & Rates

Accommodation at Uakii Eco Guesthouse

Uakii Eco-Guesthouse offers 5 luxury en-suite rooms (2 double rooms / 3 twins rooms ) at best prices in town. The services include a fresh breakfast within a warm and relaxed atmosphere, you will feel right at home. 

  2017
PP Single N$ 600
PP Sharing N$ 400

Rates are per person per night incl. breakfast / Bed levy included
Rates 2017: Valid from 01.01.2017 - 31.12.2017

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Location

Uakii Eco Guesthouse is directly situated in Gobabis

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)

Go-Wild Stay-Wild San-Bushmen Kalahari Experience  - 1 Night

We realize that visitors to Namibia are usually short on time but still want to experience local life and culture and sights and sounds which our bush has to offer. For those who are short in time the1 night / 2 days Bushmen experience is an interesting offer. Experience the traditional culture of the Bushmen!

From N$ 3850 pp

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