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This was our first stop after Windhoek city and we stayed for 2 nights. the staff is very friendly and helpful, the hike and rhino drive a must do. its a beautiful environment and we had no issues with any baboons :) I would recommend...More
Response from Caroline R, Inhaber at Waterberg Plateau CampsiteResponded 11 May 2018
Great to hear that you enjoyed your stay on our Waterberg Plateau Campsite. In fact, we have two pools since we extended the campsite in December ;-) Sorry for our staff at Waterberg Valley Lodge serving dinner too quick. Our manager told them to be...More
Booked a luxury chalet which was nice and clean & well presented. No view from chalet and very shaded from the sun.
Walking tracks were a bit overgrown, pool was clean although limited outdoor chairs.
Food was average with limited menu choice. Steak for dinner...More
Response from Caroline R, Inhaber at Waterberg Plateau CampsiteResponded 8 May 2018
You should have stayed at our private nature reserve Waterberg Wilderness. Chalets with a view, well-kept nature trails, nice food (set menu for dinner), no pizza for lunch but greek salad or toasted sandwiches, trained chefs (chef trainer from Germany), value for money...
A campsite tucked away at the base of the Waterberg Plateau. Each campsite is secluded, with its own camp fire, bench and tables, and awnings. There is a lovely little pool to chill out next to and a series of great walks surrounding the camp...More
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Response from Caroline R, Inhaber at Waterberg Plateau CampsiteResponded 21 December 2017
... or two nights or three ;-) Our private nature reserve Waterberg Wilderness is not about spending the night, it is in fact about experiencing the Waterberg - on a guided plateau hike, a rhino drive or rhino tracking tour, a cultural tour to Hereroland...More
We had a lovely welcome here. All the staff were friendly and helpful.
We stayed on the campsite near to the lodge (not Anderson). It is in an attractive setting and the pitches are spaced well apart. Out pitch was big and level and had...More
Response from Caroline R, Inhaber at Waterberg Plateau CampsiteResponded 23 October 2017
A big thank you for this long and positive comment!
Great that you did not feed the baboons, as we ask everyone in our info brochure that we hand out to each guest upon arrival at our reception. When fed, baboons (and other wild animals)...More
We stayed at Anderson campsite which just has 4 individual sites, well spaced out and all with their own ablutions, fireplace, braai and tap. There was a small swimming pool which was very refreshing in the hot sunshine.
We went on the White Rhino tracking...More
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Response from Caroline R, Inhaber at Waterberg Plateau CampsiteResponded 19 October 2017
Great to hear that you experienced the Waterberg and the rhinos in our private nature reserve Waterberg Wilderness as close as can be.
And thank you for mentioning the baboons. We are aware of the problem and reinforce our efforts to keep them at bay....More