Otjiwa's vast 12,000 hectare expanse of bushveld conceals a treasure trove of African wildlife boasting some 25 free-roaming game species including one of the country's largest herds of Sable Antelope and a number of precious White Rhinoceros, both of which offer Guests excellent chances of outstanding sightings.
Roan Antelope and big herds of plains game are also frequently spotted. Otjiwa is also renowned for its beautiful dams (artificial lakes) which are home to a rich variety of bird life, chief amongst which must be the majestic African Fish Eagle whose chilling shriek is often heard long before the bird is seen.
Here adventure meets tranquility with the Otjiwa Experience offering Romantic Sundowners, Walking Trails, Game Drives, Bird-watching, a Vulture Hotel and, by special request, Rhino Tracking.
And at the end of the day, accommodation ranging from luxury hide-aways to campsites offers facilities for self-catering and the traditional braai, or the option of dining in style in a top-flight restaurant, followed by the assurance of a good night's rest - before tomorrow's new adventures.
From its central location to the west of the B1, just 35 km south of Otjiwarango and about 2 hours' drive from Windhoek, Otjiwa provides a perfect base for Guests to make day trips to the famous Etosha National Park, the Waterberg Plateau nature conservancy, a Cheetah Sanctuary, Dinosaur Tracks (also known as 'spoor') and, of course the Namibian capital, Windhoek.