Settings -
£
$
¥
$
¥
HomeRoad TripsAfricaSouth AfricaNamibiaKing Nehale Gate Route
Vaizdas:Burchell's Zebra (Etosha).jpg – Vikipedija

King Nehale Gate Route

King Nehale Gate - Fort Namutoni

Expect on your itinerary

Benefit-stress ratio Benefit-stress ratio
Wildlife Wildlife
Landscape Landscape
Security Security
Comfort Comfort
Road conditions Road conditions
Historical sites Historical sites
Urban life Urban life
King Nehale Gate Route ACTIVATE MAP Stages1 km43 h/stage0.8

Best months to drive

I II III IV V VI
VII VIII IX X XI XII

Road Trip Costs

How much does it cost to go on a King Nehale Gate Route in Namibia?

Economy
Low budget options by car rental, accommodation and catering. In- and Out-bound travel expenses are not included.
rent & more 54EUR drive & more 0EUR sleep & more 55EUR eat & more 48EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) 103EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) incl. rented car 157EUR
Standard
Mid budget options by car rental, accommodation and catering. In- and Out-bound travel expenses are not included.
rent & more 81EUR drive & more 13EUR sleep & more 110EUR eat & more 72EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) 195EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) incl. rented car 276EUR
Premium
High budget options by car rental, accommodation and catering. In- and Out-bound travel expenses are not included.
rent & more 144EUR drive & more 13EUR sleep & more 187EUR eat & more 96EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) 296EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) incl. rented car 440EUR
Camper
On the road in RV, overnight at camp grounds with self-catering. In- and Out-bound travel expenses are not included.
rent & more 225EUR drive & more 13EUR sleep & more 55EUR eat & more 48EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) 116EUR Total (est. for 2 prs.) incl. rented car 341EUR
Car rental Book hotel Flights
Share this link.

King Nehale Gate Route Itinerary

The King Nehale Gate Route is a spectacular 43 km drive through the Namibian countryside, best experienced in the dry winter months of June to August. The route begins in King Nehale Gate and ends in Fort Namutoni and is a full day trip. Along the way, you will be rewarded with stunning views of the desert landscape, as well as the chance to spot some of the local wildlife. Be aware that road conditions can be poor in parts and that seasonal road closures may occur due to weather conditions. Despite this, the King Nehale Gate Route is a must-do for anyone looking for a unique and memorable experience. However, it is important to note that this trip is best suited to those with a high budget.
number of days 1 number of days
route length 43 km route length
budget high budget
good for family good for
traffic direction on the left traffic direction
accident level moderate accident level

START King Nehale Gate

Distance 43 km Driving time 0.8 h Pace: modest 11.2 kWh
[detailsContainer]
King Nehale Gate is a small town in Namibia, located in the Ohangwena region and situated on the border with Angola. The town is a great starting point for a road trip along the King Nehale Gate Route, which is one of the most popular tourist routes in Namibia. The route offers a great variety of natural wonders to explore, including the Etosha National Park, the Waterberg Plateau Park, and the Ongava Game Reserve. When visiting King Nehale Gate, the visitors should not miss the opportunity to explore the town's main attractions such as the Matotoka Waterfalls, the Brandberg Mountain, and the nearby Ondonga Village. Moreover, there are many activities such as bird watching and hiking that can be enjoyed in the area. The closest international airport to King Nehale Gate is Hosea Kutako International Airport (IATA: WDH). There are several car rental companies at the airport, so visitors can easily rent a car and start their road trip along the King Nehale Gate Route. In conclusion, King Nehale Gate is an ideal starting point for a memorable road trip in Namibia. The town offers many attractions and activities to explore, and the nearby airport provides the perfect opportunity to rent a car and start the journey.

1 King Nehale Gate - Fort Namutoni

Distance 43 km Driving time 0.8 h Pace: modest 11.2 kWh View map Itinerary
4WD recommended stretches of gravel road inaccessible for caravans limited number of petrol stations stream crossing possible scenic road !en!generator.stage-attribute.SeasonalClosure! junction of road trips attractive landscape accommodation options
[detailsContainer]
Embark on an exciting road trip from King Nehale Gate, Namibia to Fort Namutoni! This 43 km journey will take you less than an hour, but you'll get to experience some of the best the region has to offer. Along the way, you'll be able to take in the picturesque landscapes and scenic roads. Be sure to have a 4WD car and keep an eye out for sections that may be inaccessible to cars with camper trailers. It's also possible that you won't find any gas stations along the way, so make sure to fill up before you start. Additionally, some sections of the route may be closed seasonally. For more information about attractions, accommodation options, recommended restaurants, and campsites along the route, check the itinerary of this stage. Get ready for an unforgettable journey!

  Fort Namutoni

[detailsContainer]
Fort Namutoni, located in the beautiful country of Namibia, is the perfect ending point for your road trip along the King Nehale Gate Route. This fort, built in the late 1800s, is a fantastic example of a colonial-style fort and is now a national monument. The fort is surrounded by a large fence, and is a great place to explore. Inside the fort, you can find the remains of a church, a hospital, and a trading post from the colonial period. There is also a museum, which features a range of artifacts from the fort's history. Outside the fort, there are plenty of interesting places to explore. The nearby Etosha National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, and giraffes. The Etosha Pan, one of the park's most famous attractions, is an immense salt pan, which is a great place to watch the sunset. If you're traveling to Fort Namutoni by air, the closest international airport is the Hosea Kutako International Airport (IATA: WDH). From there, you can continue on your journey by car. Fort Namutoni is the perfect ending point for your road trip along the King Nehale Gate Route. With its rich colonial heritage and its close proximity to the Etosha National Park, there is something for everyone at Fort Namutoni.

King Nehale Gate Route at a glance

Facts for safer driving in Namibia

drink drive limit drink drive limit 0.5
max speed urban max speed urban 60 km/h
max speed rural max speed rural 120 km/h
max speed highway max speed highway 120 km/h
headlights at daytime headlights at daytime on
fire extinguisher fire extinguisher no
tolls tolls no
seat belts seat belts yes

Recommended trips

Namibia Road Trip Namibia Road Trip
Namibia Road Trip
Africa - Namibia
3,672 km 71 km/h 16 days roadtrip
South Africa Road Trip South Africa Road Trip
South Africa Road Trip
Africa - Republic of South Africa
8,271 km 72 km/h 30 days roadtrip
Sossusvlei Scenic Road Sossusvlei Scenic Road
Sossusvlei Scenic Road
Africa - Namibia
62 km 60 km/h 1 days scenic
West Etosha Safari Drive West Etosha Safari Drive
West Etosha Safari Drive
Africa - Namibia
262 km 40 km/h 2 days scenic
Windhoek to Cape Town Road Trip Windhoek to Cape Town Road Trip
Windhoek to Cape Town Road Trip
Africa - Namibia
2,386 km 68 km/h 12 days roadtrip
Southern Africa Road Trip Southern Africa Road Trip
Southern Africa Road Trip
Africa - Namibia
7,595 km 68 km/h 28 days roadtrip