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A main town of Owamboland, there are 24 hour pertol stations, a few of large supermarkets and even an outdoor market which is perfect for fresh vegetables, and perhaps a cob of maize to snack on.
Ondangwa, is a town in the Oshana Region of northern Namibia. Located about 80 km from the Angolan border, Ondangwa is situated along the B1. It is one of the places of residence of the Kings of Ondonga. (currently King Eliphas Kauluma, father to the reigning king lives here). Most of the residents of the town speak Oshindonga.
The landscape is flat, monotonous and dotted with settlements. Mopane, Marula and Wild fig trees turn up occasionally between the fields and the kraals and one can also find Makalani palm trees here (symbol of the Ovambo area). After heavy rains in the region, many little lakes and ponds form. The water comes from the Cuvelai River reaching from the north to the Etosha Pan.
P O Box 2827, Onndangwa
Protea Hotel Ondangwa is situated in the cultural heartland of Namibia, approximately 92km from the spectacular Etosha National Park in the far north of the country. Represented by most government ministries and financial institutions, Ondongwa cutural experience offers informal markets and a host of experiences.