Waterberg Plateau Park

Waterberg Plateau Park

It’s for this reason that we provide a range of Namibia safari packages that include a visit to the Waterberg Plateau Park, named after the 400m table mountain massif that towers above the surrounding Namibian Savannah.

On the history side of things, this incredible Namibian attraction is the site at which a devastating battle took place in 1904 between the Heroes and the German Colonial soldiers. As a result and in remembrance of this historical and tragic event, a military graveyard can be found near the Waterberg Plateau Park.

Most importantly, the Waterberg Plateau Park is also a sanctuary to many endangered species that call Namibia their home. These rare and beautiful animals – including black and white rhinos, buffalo, giraffe, leopard, cheetah, jackal, wild dogs and the only herd of Cape vulture in the region – can all be spotted during game drives in the Waterberg Park on one of our Namibia safaris.

The Park also provides you with the chance to see some of the smaller, yet no less enchanting creatures of Namibia, from the Damara Dik-Dik to the lesser bush babies. Our Namibia safari packages enable you to indulge yourself in the experience of the fascinating geological sites that the Waterberg Plateau Park is said to be. From its rich variety of fauna and flora to the dinosaur tracks and petrified dunes that are found there, this truly is one highlight of any Namibian safari that ought not to be missed!

With nights spent in beautiful rest camps under the Namibian star-lit skies and days spent exploring the park in our custom-made Land Cruisers, you’ll be able to have a truly African adventure on any of our safari packages to Waterberg Plateau Park.

Feel free to read all about our range of Namibia safari packages that feature a visit to the Waterberg Plateau Park, or explore some of the other attractions that Namibia has to offer!

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