Otavi Tourist Attractions Namibia

Otavi Tourist Attractions Namibia

  • Khorab Memorial
    Otavi Tourist Attractions
    On July 1st 1915, the German Army was defeated at Otavi by South African troops. On July 9th they surrendered and signed the Khorab Peace Treaty. The Khorab Memorial (1920) is a testimony to this event, and can be found a few miles outside of Otavi. More Info
  • Lake Otjikoto and Lake Guinas
    Otavi Tourist Attractions
    The Otjikoto Lake is the smaller of only two permanent natural lakes in Namibia. It is located 20 kilometres from Tsumeb next to the B1 road towards Namutoni and Ondangwa. More Info

Otavi Map

Otavi Information

Otavi is a small town in the northern Region of Namibia. There are grocery stores gas stations, banks and a number of other small business. It has a population of just over 500 people. 

Once a prominent mining town it is now primarily reliant on agricultural activity and together with Tsumeb and Grootfontein forms part of Namibia's Maize Triangle.

On July 1st 1915, the German Army was defeated at Otavi by South African troops. On July 9th they surrendered and signed the Khorab Peace Treaty. The Khorab Memorial (1920) is a testimony to this event, and can be found a few miles outside of Otavi.

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