to our African-styled hotel accommodation & restaurant in Otjiwarongo, cheetah capital of the world. Make yourself at home in our Namibian lodge-style atmosphere with thatched roofs, beautiful gardens and open spaces.
Our comfortable, reasonably priced accommodation offers a Swimming Pool, a la carte Restaurant, Bar, Conference Facilities, Large gardens with aviary, Laundry Facilities and Internet Facilities
C'est si Bon Hotel's location in Otjiwarongo makes it ideally situated near Namibia's northern tourist attractions. Otjiwarongo is approximately 250 km north of Windhoek and is the perfect stopover destination on the way to the Etosha National Park and other tourist destinations in northern Namibia.
Stay for the night or just stop over to enjoy a generous meal!
Popular attractions in and around Otjiwarongo
Otjiwarongo is an attractive, neatly kept town which enjoys all the modern amenities of supermarkets, banks, hotels and restaurants. The area also offers various popular attractions.
Visit the Otjiwarongo Crocodile Farm a well-liked spot for locals and tourists. Meet, photograph and learn more about these remarkable reptiles, and browse around the gift shop.
Namibia has the largest remaining population of free-ranging cheetahs, some 2 500, in the world. The Cheetah Conservation Fund, which is specifically dedicated to the survival of cheetahs, has established an information centre 44km outside of Otjiwarongo. They welcome day visitors who can meet and learn more about cheetahs and cheetah conservation in Namibia. A gift shop is also available. Visit their website at http://www.cheetah.org for more information.
The spectacular Waterberg Plateau rises about 200m above the surrounding landscape. It is a game and nature protection area and habitat to Namibia's only breeding colony of Cape vulture. It is situated about 50km east of Otjiwarongo. Guided tours are available. Day visitors should make prior arrangements for their expected visit to the camp.
In Otjiwarongo in front of the station you can visit the old steam engine No. 41, built in 1912 by the Henschel company in Kassel, Germany.
Visit our sister Hotel & Restaurant - Casa Forno Country Hotel