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Outjo Accommodation

Outjo is the gateway town to the western side of Etosha National Park. The town was founded by Germans under the command of Colonel Theodor von Leutwein in 1897 as a small military base in order to explore the northern area of German South-West Africa. The local historical museum (Franke Haus Museum) details the campaign of Major Viktor Franke in Ovamboland.

The town lies near Gamkarab Cave, known for its stalactites and stalagmites and its pietersite. The caves are on private ground and not open to the public. Situated on the C38, Outjo is also the last frontier before going into Damaraland and Kaokoaveld (C40 towards Kamanjab).

20° 6' 32.886" S
16° 9' 20.3508" E
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Starting from N$ 420.00 p/p sharing | N$ 510.00 single | BB
Etosha Garden Hotel

Etosha Garden Hotel in the heart of Outjo is a small, affordable and friendly heaven for people who enjoy the good things in life. Shaded by tall palms, jacarandas and...

Starting from N$ 480.00 p/p sharing | N$ 650.00 single | BB
Ombinda Country Lodge

Ombinda Country Lodge is situated on your right approximately 1 kilometer south from Outjo on the C38 route. Boasting with lovely, lush, colourful gardens and a...

Starting from N$ 990.00 p/p sharing | SC
Sophienhof Lodge

Sophienhof Lodge is situated just 12 km out of Outjo and easy to find: After the last gas station sign on the edge of town you keep driving about 12 km towards Khorixas...