The striking Table Mountain of Namibia - the Waterberg Plateau - stands out as a lush nature reserve clearly from the surrounding dry savannah. At the foot of the Waterberg, in contrast to the arid plateau of the plateau, there are many springs - hence wild fig trees, fire lilies and coral trees grow here.
Black rhinos, giraffes, water buffalo and the rare eland antelope will often encounter you on game drives on the Waterberg. On a signposted path you can hike to the plateau and enjoy a wonderful view. If you look carefully on the way there, you will also spot turtles, lizards and (usually harmless) snakes. Baboons roam among the bungalows and are almost constant companions.