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.
- Information with a warm smile
- Tour Facilitator Services
- Day Tours
- Cultural Tours
- Etosha Safari
- Sossusvlei Safari
- Other scheduled tours
- Coffee Shop
- Internet Facilities
- Camping Site & Guest House
The Gobabis Information Centre is to market Namibia as a whole to tourists and at the same time very importantly supports the promotion of cultural and community based tourism products.
The Centre assists in marketing the establishments of the local community member in remote areas and Nature/Wildlife tours both in the Region and Namibia.
The pioneer of the business and the centre is Peter-Hain Kazapua, a local entrepreneur who has 15 years experience in tourism both locally, regionally and on an international basis having travelled to Germany, Holland, Finland, United Kingdom, South Africa, Mauritius, Dubai, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Zambia attending tourism trade and consumer fairs.
Peter-Hain Kazapuas tourism working experience, training, marketing and product development has been through Wilderness Safaris, Namibia Community Based Tourism Association and with Uakii Wilderness as the pioneer/founder.
Etosha Safari - 3 Days
Our three day Etosha Safari has been designed to give you a quick wildlife snapshot of Namibia’s premier big game location; Etosha National Park. This safari has a guaranteed departure every Wednesday (Accommodated Safari) and Saturday (Camping Safari) with a minimum of two people.
- From N$ 5200 pp (Camping)
- From N$ 8570 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