The Waterberg Guest Farm has been in the Schneider-Waterberg family since 1909. As it is half way between Windhoek and Etosha National Park it is a perfect rest stop for a couple of days on this long drive. Guests can choose to stay in rooms in the converted manager's house or a traditionally-built bush bungalow. All room types are en-suite and feature most mod-cons. They are decorated in a simple contemporary African style.
The farm likes to spoil its guests with delicious local cuisine and personal service. At dinner your hosts will join you to chat about life on the farm. As well as being a working cattle ranch there are also plenty of free roaming local wildlife around the farm, guest can spot oryx, kudu, cheetah, leopard and the very cute little dik dik. Should you not fancy any of the walks on offer at the farm you can choose to just relax by the small but very scenic pool.
Just off the main road half way between Windhoek and Etosha National Park.
The farm offers guided and un-guided walks in the Small Waterberg and you can also take a day trip to the nearby Cheetah Conservation Fund and learn about these speedy cats. A small selection of aromatherapy treatments are also available from the farm.
Read what our previous clients thought of Waterberg Guest Farm
Review of Waterberg Guest Farm
Accommodation here was more basic but adequate. The room had no chairs in which to sit of an evening. We were charged a refundable deposit for which we were given a receipt. (keep hold of it !) On departure we presented our receipt but they were very reluctant to give us the refund. Hold your ground and you will eventually get it back.
Again we were only here one night but…
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