Gobabis Tourism Info Centre
Tourist Information | Internet | Coffee Shop: Gobabis has a fully operational information Center which is run by Uakii Wilderness Survival. It is the only Information Center in Gobabis and it provides communication and convenience solutions to international or tourists visiting the Gobabis, the Omaheke, Namibia at large and Botswana.
Facts about Gobabis
Gobabis is a town situated 200 kilometers from Windhoek, the capital city and on the route to Botswana (Gobabis is about 110 km to/from the Buitepos Border post with Botswana - Mamuno Border). Gobabis lies in the heart of the Omaheke Region best known as the cattle country (farming area), and it is the capital of the east.
History of Gobabis
Like many other towns in Namibia, Gobabis developed around a mission station and its apartheid history which and that was established in 1856 by Friederich Eggert of the Rhenish Missionary Society. Gobabis is a small town situated on the route from Windhoek to Botswana.
Gobabis.net is a website project that works as a network platform to promote and market Gobabis businesses, products and its surroundings online. It is developed and supported by two local entrepreneurs from Gobabis.
Projects in Gobabis
In this section we are presenting projects in and around Gobabis and we offer the possibility to help people from our community. Are you prepared to help in anyway you can and thus positively contribute to the lives of the local communities, schools in Omaheke Region at large than please contact us.
Taste of Namibia - 6 Days
The 6 day Taste of Namibia tour is a combination of our 3 day Etosha and our 3 day Sossusvlei tour. It’s designed to show you the best of Namibia, from the breathtaking landscapes of Sossusvlei to the unforgettable wildlife of the Etosha National Park. This tour departs on every Wednesday (Accommodated) and Saturday (Camping) from Windhoek.
- From N$ 11400 pp (Camping)
- From N$ 20100 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