Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Waterberg Camp
Rooms
69
Campsites
40

Waterberg Camp is the gateway to the Waterberg Plateau Park, one of the most spectacular features of the northern region, towering some 200 meters above the surrounding landscape, with sheer cliffs and fascinating rock formations.

Accommodation is provided in comfortable premier bush chalets, two and four bed bush chalets and double rooms, all nestled along the base of the Waterberg Plateau cliffs, amongst towering trees. The restaurant, bar and kiosk are housed in the historic Rasthaus, originally built in 1908 and used as a police post for several years.

The open air swimming pool with a view of the Plateau above is the perfect remedy for the weary guest. The camp also has a shop and a camping site available. Daily guided drives are offered to the plateau, which is managed as a breeding area for rare and endangered species, including black and white rhinoceros, disease-free buffalo, sable and roan antelope. The natural beauty of the park area can also be explored on foot, by means of guided trails or self-guided trails, as well as a number of short trails from the camp, offering spectacular bird viewing opportunities and a high diversity of interesting flora.

Waterberg Camp is the gateway to the Waterberg Plateau Park, one of the most spectacular features of the northern region, towering some 200 meters above the surrounding landscape, with sheer cliffs and fascinating rock formations.

Accommodation is provided in comfortable premier bush chalets, two and four bed bush chalets and double rooms, all nestled along the base of the Waterberg Plateau cliffs, amongst towering trees. The restaurant, bar and kiosk are housed in the historic Rasthaus, originally built in 1908 and used as a police post for several years.

The open air swimming pool with a view of the Plateau above is the perfect remedy for the weary guest. The camp also has a shop and a camping site available. Daily guided drives are offered to the plateau, which is managed as a breeding area for rare and endangered species, including black and white rhinoceros, disease-free buffalo, sable and roan antelope. The natural beauty of the park area can also be explored on foot, by means of guided trails or self-guided trails, as well as a number of short trails from the camp, offering spectacular bird viewing opportunities and a high diversity of interesting flora.