Windhoek, the country's capital, is situated 150 miles (241 kilometers) south of Otjiwarongo.
Try not to limit yourself to Otjiwarongo; this region features numerous cultural and scenic attractions waiting to be explored.
Be sure to throw in a pair of hiking shoes and spend a few hours with an expert local guide on one of the fascinating wildlife safaris, wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks. If your idea of an excellent vacation is maxing-out your heart rate in the great outdoors, then check out one of the many four-wheel driving and hiking trips Namibia has to offer.
Discover the true heart of the Namibia culture by exploring the region's restaurants and cafés. People in this region often make use of bulbs and swakopmund green asparagus in their cooking. Order the local specialties, for example potjie kos (stew) and braaivleis (barbecue meal). You'll notice locals and tourists alike enjoying draught beer; it's one of the favorite alcoholic drinks in Namibia. No matter what time of day, kick back with a refreshing local juice.
Wherever you are coming from and no matter how long you stay, memories of Otjiwarongo will linger for a long, long time.