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Welcome to the Omaheke Region

Located in the eastern parts of the country of Namibia, the Omaheke Region is a region where farming and safaris are the words of choice. Although a region of considerable size, the Omaheke region is not overly populated.

Its border with Botswana in the east, lends itself to vast open savannas, which in itself leads to ideal game viewing opportunities. This has resulted in the many Safari's tour and Game Farms in the area, contributing to Namibia's ever growing tourism industry. The region is also the hunting capital of the country, as every year between June and August hunters come to the region to collect their trophy kills.

With an estimate 800 farm in the Gobabis, capital of the region, it is no wander that farming is a key industry to the economy of the region and country. Many of these farm are conservancy farms, such as the Harnas Lion, leopard and Cheetah farm, which offer an educational, and adrenaline fueled experience when visiting.

Omaheke - Namibia

Featured Listing of the month

SanDüne Wildlife Bush Tents Accommodation
SanDüne Wildlife Bush Tents Accommodation
City / Town : Gobabis
Price From : please enquire
Main Description : SanDüne Game Lodge is a 4600ha fenced game farm with more than 1000 animals & more than 13 species, situated in the Kalahari Forest area, 160km east from Windhoek International Airport on the B6 route to Botswana Buitepos Border Post. The lodge consists of a guesthouse, safari bush villa and permanent safari bush tented accommodation. The comfortable main dining area, covered under shade trees with a panoramic view on a waterhole can be enjoyed 24 hours. Night game viewing is possible from this area, where herds of kudu, blue wildebeest, birds of pray, and small antelope harvest from the gardens.

SanDüne Game Lodge - Accommodation

SanDüne Wildlife Bush Tents Accommodation:

There are 4 tents (Named P1 to P4) situated on the perimeters of water holes where an abundance of wildlife variety can be experienced.
Tent P1 (Double bed), P 2 to P4 Twin beds.
The tent camp is +- 6km away from the main building and guests will be fetched to the main dining area for all meals or activities.
This is the ideal place to relax in total privacy.
There is no electricity, fridges, hairdryers.
There is solar and lantern lights, carpets in the rooms, cupboards, pedestals and baggage racks.
There is warm water and on-suite covered showers for each tent.
Coffee and Tea stations in all tents with safari chairs for wildlife views.

Personal attention, a lot of fresh air, Kalahari sand under your feet, good food and astonishing wildlife will await you. While the big boma fire welcomes you after a late afternoon game drive with sundowners in the field, dinner will be prepared with unique blends of African flavors. As the last red glows of a perfect sunset cascade across the Namibian horizon and light dwindles in the retreat of the all-encompassing shadow of night, silence falls across the landscape in anticipation of nocturnal awakenings.

Enjoy two game drives per day with optional night drives in the beautiful Kalahari forest, comfortable Dinner, Bed & Breakfast, a lot of privacy, wildlife freedom and relaxed moments with personal attention.

Hiking trails, waterhole outlook points and magnificent bird watching, such as the largest flying bird species are some of the activities that can be enjoyed. SanDüne is set to offer an experience to revive the soul and restore the senses. Whether it be on a private getaway, corporate meeting or bush conference the lodge reserve’s reputation owes much to its ability to fulfill the wildlife lover’s needs. SanDüne is a destination where one must arrive before sunset to experience the wildlife, Kalahari, sand and bush atmosphere.

Gobabis is the railhead and center of a prosperous ranching industry that extends across the border (120km distant) into Botswana cattle country. The district is some 10 million hectares in extent & supports 880 farms. Dairy and beef processing plants have been established in town.

Gobabis means “the drinking place of the elephants”, a reference to the nearby Swart Nossob River. Like many other towns in Namibia, Gobabis developed around a mission station established in 1856 by Friedrich Eggert of the Rheinish Missionary Society.

Regional visits:
Gobabis Museum – in town
Drinking Place of Elephants and Old German Ford Museum– in town
Banking, shops and medical facilities in town
Every Friday – Cattle auctions 3km outside town

Latest Accommodation Listings

SanDüne Safari Villa
City / Town
Gobabis
Price From
please enquire
Preview Description
SanDüne is set to offer an experience to revive the soul and restore the senses. Whether it be on a private getaway, corporate meeting or bush conference the lodge reserve’s reputation owes much to its ability to fulfill the wildlife lover’s needs.
SanDüne Wildlife Bush Tents Accommodation
City / Town
Gobabis
Price From
please enquire
Preview Description
As the last red glows of a perfect sunset cascade across the Namibian horizon and light dwindles in the retreat of the all-encompassing shadow of night, silence falls across the landscape in anticipation of nocturnal awakenings.
SanDüne Tent accommodation
City / Town
Gobabis
Price From
please enquire
Preview Description
Personal attention, a lot of fresh air, Kalahari sand under your feet, good food and astonishing wildlife will await you. While the big boma fire welcomes you after a late afternoon game drive with sundowners in the field, dinner will be prepared with unique blends of African flavors.
SanDüne Lodge
City / Town
Gobabis
Price From
please enquire
Preview Description
SanDüne Game Lodge is a 4600ha fenced game farm with more than 1000 animals & more than 13 species, situated in the Kalahari Forest area, 160km east from Windhoek International Airport on the B6 route to Botswana Buitepos Border Post





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