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One comes to a strange looking place. Once you have gone through and ark you enter into a very friendly place. The service was great, beds were clean. The food was very good. The service was extremely friendly. The noise from the pub nearby was...More
We spend two nights in this well-located lodge, in the middle of Opuwo town. It is very convenient if you want to go out by foot and enjoy the very quaint atmosphere of this small town, where Himba, Demba and Herero people mingle in the...More
Bad news first: rooms are pretty basic, beds a little old, bathrooms tiny and reception sullen. Good news: located right in the heart of the town, garden and pool area pretty and peaceful and the food was good. The bar nearby plays loud music but...More
this is a great place for those who wish to avoid to 15-20USD per night guest homes but who shy away from the $150 per night opuwo country lodge. breakfast was excellent, the green grass in the middle of the compound and the swimming pool...More
We went to Opuwo just to be able to meet the Himba people and Ohakane Lodge made that possible for us. They called a guide named Petros who knows the villages and speaks the language, and he was great in leading us through the whole...More
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It is close. I estimate you would go about a half km east, turn left and go up about 1-1.5 km up a winding path up the hillside. Must have good tires. The official path, by following the signs, is a bit longer than the... More
It is close. I estimate you would go about a half km east, turn left and go up about 1-1.5 km up a winding path up the hillside. Must have good tires. The official path, by following the signs, is a bit longer than the path everyone uses, but take the official path till you learn your way around.