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GOBABIS Travel Centre

About Us

The leading tourist info platform for Gobabis and the Omaheke Region of Namibia.

Gobabis Tourist Info Centre works closely with the Omaheke Regional Council, tourism companies and local community initiatives to offer you the best travel advice and information about the town of Gobabis and the Omaheke region of Namibia.

Gobabis tourist info centre strongly believe in building bridges across cultures and transcending cultural barriers in a non-intrusive and respectful manner by upholding the integrity and celebrating the uniqueness of all human beings.

We are the drivers of cultural and community-based tourism in the Omaheke Region. We offer several cultural tours to local communities in the area including day trips to the local San community as well as longer cultural safaris where you interact and get involved with various tribes and get to learn about their traditions and culture.


Accommodation Bookings

Including hotels, lodges, guest houses, B&B establishments and campsites

Car Rental

We will help you book the best vehicle to visit this part of the Kalahari Desert


To and from Windhoek, the international airport or any lodge in Namibia



Regional & international flight bookings

Team Building

Team building for Namibian and international companies.

Workshops & Events

We make it easy to plan conferences for government and private entities in and around Gobabis.



Local activities including game viewing & cultural activities

Local Advice

Owned and operated by locals. Commited to developing the region

24 Hour Service

We’re available 24 hours a day to assist you with your planning


Peter-Hain Kazapua Charity Foundation

Gobabis Tourist Information centre works hand in hand with this charity foundation in an attempt to uplift the people of this under-developed region of Namibia. Our core objectives are:

To have a secured Omaheke region through community-based food security initiatives.

To have well maintained, functionally efficient and effective infrastructures

To have a self-sustaining knowledge-based community.

 Sponsored by:

Omaheke Council

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