ABOUT OMARURU

In the heart of Namibia, in the Erongo region beside the shady Omaruru riverbed lies the small town of Omaruru. With a bit of an outback feel this quaint little town (about 15 000 inhabitants) has a growing reputation as an arts-and-crafts center and in recent years has become home to the artist trail, an annual arts event. The town itself is a welcoming little oasis with coffee shops, shops, good food and one of the very few wineries in the country – there are few experiences as surreal as enjoying a platter of meats and cheeses under trees while wine tasting in the ‘Namibian outback’. Close the Erongo Mountains that are perfect for hikes or long walks and home to the landmark 1500m high Omaruru-Koppie, the town offers something for everyone.

The well-known Omaruru Game Lodge with impressive game drives, Cheetah feeding and a restaurant at a large waterhole is also only half an hour drive away. Only a 2-hour drive from both the capital, Windhoek and the ocean towns of Swakopmund & Walvis Bay, Omaruru is close to state of the arts medical facilities, private schools and other highlights those bigger towns offer but also offers all basic amenities such as supermarkets, banks, doctor, pharmacy, schools in a more relaxed small town environment close to nature.

ABOUT OMARURU

In the heart of Namibia, in the Erongo region beside the shady Omaruru riverbed lies the small town of Omaruru. With a bit of an outback feel this quaint little town (about 15 000 inhabitants) has a growing reputation as an arts-and-crafts center and in recent years has become home to the artist trail, an annual arts event. The town itself is a welcoming little oasis with coffee shops, shops, good food and one of the very few wineries in the country – there are few experiences as surreal as enjoying a platter of meats and cheeses under trees while wine tasting in the ‘Namibian outback’. Close the Erongo Mountains that are perfect for hikes or long walks and home to the landmark 1500m high Omaruru-Koppie, the town offers something for everyone.

The well-known Omaruru Game Lodge with impressive game drives, Cheetah feeding and a restaurant at a large waterhole is also only half an hour drive away. Only a 2-hour drive from both the capital, Windhoek and the ocean towns of Swakopmund & Walvis Bay, Omaruru is close to state of the arts medical facilities, private schools and other highlights those bigger towns offer but also offers all basic amenities such as supermarkets, banks, doctor, pharmacy, schools in a more relaxed small town environment close to nature.

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ABOUT NAMIBIA

Namibia, blessed with over 300 days of sunshine a year, and a hot semi-arid climate is one of the least densely populated (about 2.5 million) countries on earth. Namibia has an abundance of open space and plenty of room to breathe with a great sense of peace. Namibia boasts some of the best infrastructure in Africa. Advanced medical facilities, reliable physicians, and other necessities are never too far away. Modern conveniences, such as shopping malls, cafes, and restaurants are also abounding. While being ethnically diverse, German heritage is still quite present so you will find German bread and marzipan as well as German schools and kindergartens even if English is the official language.

Namibia is known for its pristine natural environment and conservation. Game parks and nature reserves constitute 18% of the country’s surface area. Parks like the world famous “Etosha National Park” or the “Skeleton Coast Park” make Namibia a nature lover’s paradise. The Government of Namibia is one of the most stable democracies on the entire continent. Since independence in 1990, Namibia’s elections have been carried out orderly and in peace. This has led to an environment that encourages economic growth and foreign investment.

ABOUT NAMIBIA

Namibia, blessed with over 300 days of sunshine a year, and a hot semi-arid climate is one of the least densely populated (about 2.5 million) countries on earth. Namibia has an abundance of open space and plenty of room to breathe with a great sense of peace. Namibia boasts some of the best infrastructure in Africa. Advanced medical facilities, reliable physicians, and other necessities are never too far away. Modern conveniences, such as shopping malls, cafes, and restaurants are also abounding. While being ethnically diverse, German heritage is still quite present so you will find German bread and marzipan as well as German schools and kindergartens even if English is the official language.

Namibia is known for its pristine natural environment and conservation. Game parks and nature reserves constitute 18% of the country’s surface area. Parks like the world famous “Etosha National Park” or the “Skeleton Coast Park” make Namibia a nature lover’s paradise. The Government of Namibia is one of the most stable democracies on the entire continent. Since independence in 1990, Namibia’s elections have been carried out orderly and in peace. This has led to an environment that encourages economic growth and foreign investment.

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Omaruru, Namibia

CONTACT US

+264 81 308 7445

admin@talhouses.com

Omaruru, Namibia