Waterberg Plateau Park Resort Description
Towering some 200 meters above the surrounding landscape, with sheer cliffs and fascinating rock formations, the park has over 200 bird species, including the only breeding colony of Cape vulture. 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 restaurant, bar and kiosk are housed in the historic Rasthaus, originally built in 1908 and used as a police post. The attractive swimming pool has a pool-bar under a thatched lapa. Accommodation is provided in comfortable premier bush chalets; two and four bed bush chalets, family units and double rooms, all nestled along the base of the Waterberg Plateau cliffs. The Waterberg Plateau Park is a perfect stop-over point for visitors on their way to or from Etosha, as well as being a wonderful destination for meetings and conferences. The interior decor and bathrooms gives the feeling of comfort and with accessand views to the outside wilderness.The larger units will have braai facilities, and are equipped with tea-station, fridge and basin. The walkways and roads now have improved lighting.
The Waterberg Plateau is one of the most spectacular features of the northern region. Towering some 200 metres above the surrounding landscape, the plateau with its sheer cliffs and fascinating rock formations is the habitat and breeding ground of several rare game species including rhinoceros, buffalo, and sable and roan antelope. The plateau can be explored on foot by means of self-guided wilderness trials, or by vehicle on guided game-viewing excursions offered by conservation officials. Here tourists may enjoy one of the finest resorts in Namibia, the Waterberg Plateau Park Resort.