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Hotels & Airbnb Vacation Rentals Near Omaruru Railway Station, Namibia From 38 USD

Published Dec 06, 2017

Omaruru is a town in Namibia that sits in the central region of the country. Omaruru is served by the Omaruru Railway Station: a stop along the TransNamib rail network. Completed in 1906, the Omaruru Railway Station has (since then) facilitated the connection between the central and northern parts of Namibia. The train travels from the town of Tsumeb, all the way to Oshikango: a town that sits on the Namibia-Angola border. A few minutes’ drive from the station gets you to Franke Tower. It is a landmark that was built in 1907 by the Germans. A few kilometers outside of Omaruru, stands Etjo Mountain. You can consider embarking on a hiking expedition up this grand peak! You’ll be able to enjoy the stunning landscape as you scale this 2086-meter high mountain. There are also wonderful accommodations nearby. Read on to find out about the hotels and vacation rentals near Omaruru Railway Station, Namibia.

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