What to do and see in Omaruru, Erongo Region: The Best Places and Tips

Omaruru is a city and constituency in the Erongo Region of Namibia. The town has 14,000 inhabitants and owns 352 square kilometres of land. The town is situated near Mount Erongo, on the usually dry Omaruru River.

1. Erongo Mountain Winery

| along Omaruru River, Omaruru, Namibia Food & Drink, Wineries & Vineyards
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5 based on 58 reviews

Erongo Mountain Winery

Erongo Mountain Winery is opened for personal tours and intimate wine tastings! Explore our process, and gain insight into the fermentation of our wines in our imported French oak barrels. Experience first hand the distilling of our different Namibian-made liqueurs and natural alcohol. Enjoy delicious wines and liqueurs in our elegant Tasting Room over looking the vineyards, backed by the beautiful Erongo mountains. We offer indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a variety of snacks, Flammkucken, and excellent coffee. Our Winery is situated along the Omaruru river at 1200m above sea level and surrounded by the beautiful rugged mountains of the Erongo region (Namibia). This trailblazing and innovative boutique winery is pioneering the Namibian wine industry, carving out its legacy in the arid dry granite rock.

Reviewed By ubergnjurac - Zagreb, CroatiaZagreb, Croatia

The wine tour at it's best

Wow! How to describe this place and not underestimate it. The tour is guided by a very nice lady with a lot of knowledge about making and tasting wines and liquers. The place is amazing, really great for a group of 13 as we were, lots of space. Wines are

2. Tikoloshe Afrika

61 Wilhelm Zeraua Rd., Omaruru 9000, Namibia Shopping, Museums, Art Galleries
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Tikoloshe Afrika

Situated in the heart of Namibia, Tikoloshe Afrika specialises in a great variety of different wood carvings and a wide range of African Artifacts. We present artistic wood sculptures carved from weatherworn trunks and roots sometimes thousands of years old. We also offer hand-painted table cloths, runners, mats, colorful batiks, pillow covers, ethnic jewelry, handbags and much more!

Reviewed By Dino W - Canton of Zurich, SwitzerlandCanton of Zurich, Switzerland

don’t miss it!

While in Omaruru make sure you stop at the Tikoloshe art gallery. They are known for their ingenious wooden carving art with parts of the wood kept unmachined. Unique!

3. Kristall Kellerei

D2328, Omaruru, Namibia Food & Drink, Wineries & Vineyards
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Kristall Kellerei

Reviewed By Niel M - Pretoria, South AfricaPretoria, South Africa

A nice surprise in the desert.

A very nice stop-over in the desert, with good service and nice snacks. However, the wines are decidedly average.

4. Bambu Wellness Boutique

Dr Ian Scheepers Drive, Omaruru, Namibia Spas & Wellness
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Bambu Wellness Boutique

We're situated in relaxing setting where solice and nature welcomes you. After a long and hot journey you can be sure to unwind, cool and refresh yourself at Bambu Wellness Boutique. From a neck & shoulder, head massage, feet treatments and full body treatments you enter a state of deep relaxation and wellness, rewarding you with a freshly made smoothie or milkshake of your choice-salads optional

Reviewed By Pauline M

Very good

Delicious milkshake! Very fresh and original! I recommand this place! We were staying the guesthouse juste next to so was confortable to find somethings different to drink. The owner is also very nice.

5. Omandumba - Day Tours

Enter a destinationOmaruru, Namibia
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Omandumba - Day Tours

Reviewed By justijne f - Peio, ItalyPeio, Italy

Omandumba

The place is beatifull as we come across zebra, leopard, and different lizards! The walk is artificial as groups are guided by two San men( one is translating into English) and it is just nearby ( easy for everybody) and you will see the same places which had been visited by many groups before but it is worth it as you could learn about the plant species used for arrow poisoning (if you are interested) and see the old cave paintings. We enjoy but we realise that it is only theatre! The jewellerry for sell is quite expensive!

6. Gross Okandjou

Omaruru, Namibia Outdoor Activities, Horseback Riding Tours
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Gross Okandjou

Gross Okandjou, Horse Trails & Farm Life 10 - day horse riding package Come join us on our well trained Western Horses on a camping safari into the Erongo Mountains. A down - to - earth adventure. Submerge in nature and become one with your horse. At the end of an adventurous day share your stories around a warm camp fire and snuggle in your sleeping bag under the starlight. On fixed dates in June, August & September 2018. For experienced riders. Riders max. weight 85 kg.

Reviewed By AndrewP5596

Best riding experience ever

When ever you are looking for an outstanding riding experience go to Gross Okandjou. I spend there a holiday twice. always with kids and family. The horses are in perfect conditions well trained and they have horses for every level available. We enjoied t

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