Outapi offers a wide range of accommodations options to suit all pockets and requirements, ranging from the super luxury to the standard en suite room. There are many hotels located around our town that are particularly well suited to the business traveler. We also list B&B’s for a more personal taste of local hospitality, and a few budget options for backpackers. The area code for Outapi is (065) within Namibia and (+264) 65 for international callers.

Tourism Atrraction - Ombalantu Baobab Tree

The Ombalantu baobab tree, known also as a Tree of Life or Omukwa waaMbalantu, is a giant baobab tree of the species Adansonia digitata, situated in Outapi in the north of Namibia on the Main Road 123 from Tsandi. It is 28 metres (92 ft) tall, 26.5 metres (87 ft) in circumference, and estimated to be 800 years old.

The tree trunk has a door going into it and can accommodate about 35 people. It has served as a chapel, post office, house, and a hiding site during various stages of Namibian history. Today the tree is a tourist attraction, known under the name “Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Site”.

Located in Outapi town, opposite the town council, behind the open market, adjacent to the former South African military base. Outapi is situated in between Oshakati and Ruacana on the C46.

Ombalantu Baobab Tree
Tel +264 (0)65 251005
Fax +264 (0)65 251005
Cell + 264 (0)81 2923955 / 2270705

Tourism Atrraction - Outapi War Museum

Outapi War Museum is located underground in the former operational South African Regime Amy Base situated in Outapi. Previously known as the “Ohatopi” base. Then typical of the many smaller SADF posts along the Namibian border with Angola. The base was built in 1975 and became home to thousands of South African conscripts stationed on the border during the Bush war also known as the War of Liberation which lasted from 1966 until 1989, a total of 23 years, making it one of Africa’s longest conflicts.

The base was attacked on numerous occasions by PLAN, the armed wing of SWAPO. The base was finally abandoned by the SADF in 1989 upon the implementation of resolution 435. The base stood empty and vandalized for many years. Many of the structures destroyed in time and with commercial development of the land. Taking into consideration the fact that most of the former South African Regime Amy structures demolished, therefore Outapi War Museum developed an interest of the society to keep the said structure for historical purposes, as a result the museum become very unique in our country.

The Museum is a multi functional whereby the Tourisms and Historical Information are the major activities. The newly structure designed to cater for, A conference hall, internet cafe, Bed and breakfast (accommodation), refreshment area with a restaurant, a gymnasium with a swimming pool, War Material display Section, the idea is to display such artefacts, badges, posters, photographs, personal and news, we plan to lend kasspirs, artillery, anti aircraft guns and weapons used

Contact Tel: 065 251567

Outapi Town Hotel

Number of Rooms: 30
0813071227 / 065-251029

Keelu Guest House

Number of Rooms: 10

Outapi Guest House

Number of Rooms: -

Ongandu guest house

Number of Rooms: 17
0812770671 / 0813543511

Baobab Tree & Campsite

Number of Rooms: 4
0814384705 / 065-251005

Omankete Lodge & Campsite

Number of Rooms: -

Villa Terressa

Number of Rooms: 8

Mwaa's Pension Hotel

Number of Rooms: 15

Endjonga Exclusive

Number of Rooms: 7

Amandla Guest House

Number of Rooms: 11

Epikaizo Guest House

Number of Rooms: 17
081 823 0233


Number of Rooms: 17
065 250 002

Oshambomba Guest House

Number of Rooms: 6
081 628 7766

Nakayale VTC

Number of Rooms: 2
081 625 8868 / 065 250 067


Number of Rooms: -

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