in Omaheke, Namibia
- Decimal Coordinates (Latitude, Longitude):
- -21.600 and 19.417 (Lat./Lng.)
- Coordinates by Time:
- S -21° 36' 0" and E 19° 25' 0"
- Currency and Currency Code:
- Dollar - NAD
- Spoken languages:
- English, Afrikaans, German, Herero
- Local electricity:
- 230 V - 50 Hz (plugs: G)
- Mobile phone / cellular frequencies (MHz):
- 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 3G, 4G
- Local Time: 08:26 PM (Tuesday)
- Timezone: Africa/Windhoek
- UTC/GMT offset: 1 hours
- Sunrise and Sunset:
- 5:55 am and 7:22 pm
- Antipode Coordinates:
- 21.886 and -160.220 (Lat./Lng.)
- Closest place to antipode coordinates:
- This place on Wikipedia
- This place on Geonames.org
Delve into Omawewozonyanda
Omawewozonyanda in Omaheke is a town located in Namibia about 163 mi (or 263 km) north-east of Windhoek, the country's capital town.
Time in Omawewozonyanda is now 08:26 PM (Tuesday). The local timezone is named Africa / Windhoek with an UTC offset of 2 hours. We know of 7 airports closer to Omawewozonyanda. The closest airport in Namibia is Gobabis Airport in a distance of 69 mi (or 110 km), South-West. Besides the airports, there are other travel options available (check left side).
Since you are here already, you might want to pay a visit to some of the following locations: Gobabis, Ghanzi, Windhoek, Otjiwarongo and Mariental. To further explore this place, just scroll down and browse the available info. Let's start with some photos from the area.
Attractions and noteworthy things
Distances are based on the centre of the city/town and sightseeing location. This list contains brief abstracts about monuments, holiday activities, national parcs, museums, organisations and more from the area as well as interesting facts about the region itself. Where available, you'll find the corresponding homepage. Otherwise the related wikipedia article.
Harnas Wildlife Foundation
Harnas Wildlife Foundation is an organization located in Namibia, approximately 300 km east of the capital Windhoek. Harnas is one of the few wildlife orphanages and medical centers in the world to take in abused, injured, and captured wild animals from Namibia, Botswana, and southern African nations, saving hundreds of animals per year. Our mission is to protect life; done through the responsible and effective management, regulation and understanding of the resources necessary for this task.