Everyone has probably heard about Hoba Meteorite, Ghaub cave or Ombili San Foundation, not to mention Lake Otjikoto, the museums in Tsumeb and Grootfontein and the Living Museum of the Ju/’Hoansi. But who knows the Maria Bronn mission station? The winery Thonningii? The Khorab memorial?

All these and many more attractions are to be found in the triangle between the national parks Etosha, Khaudum and Waterberg Plateau – in a region that is widely ignored by most tourists. In order to change that, Ghaub Nature Reserve & Farm and about 40 other accommodation establishments, activity providers, museums, arts & crafts markets and municipalities in the region founded the tourism route Omuramba Meander…

Caption: Place of world history and yet little known: Here at Khorab 2 km north of Otavi in 1915 World War I ended for South West Africa (today: Namibia). Photo: Sven-Eric Stender

More in the news sections on the websites of Waterberg Wilderness and Ghaub Nature Reserve & Farm.