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Spitzkoppe Guided Tour from Swakopmund or Walvis Bay
"Your tour starts around 7:30am with pickup and briefing from your accommodation in Swakopmund or Walvis Bay. At 8am depart towards Henties Bay driving next to the Atlantic ocean where you'll stop to view a shipwreck. Around 8:30am you'll have a stop for a photo opportunity at a unique holiday resort. At 9am you'll arrive at Henties Bay for a quick tour and a bit of history on Henties Bay and off you go again to your main destina juicewaterbeer sparkling wine
From ZAR2,290.00
 
Sandwich Harbour Day Tour from Namibia
"Your day starts after collection from the Walvis Bay waterfront at 7:30. After a quick briefing you'll depart towards Sandwich Harbour. Along the way you'll stop at the Walvis Bay lagoon- a RAMSAR site which is home to 250 000 flamingos in the rainy seas sparkling wine local beer and fresh Namibian oysters. After lunch you'll head back to the waterfront and look for more wildlife on route.Conclude your tour back in Walvis Bay.""""Enjoy a fun filled ride into the Namibian desert with many interesting sights to see. Desert fauna and flora off road driving on the sand lunch that includes finger snacks
From ZAR1,500.00
 
Pelican Point Peninsula Tour
"We meet and greet you at the Walvis Bay waterfront. After a quick briefing we head over to our first attraction of the day. Walvis Bay lagoon a RAMSAR site that is considered one of the most important lagoons in Southern Africa plays host to hundreds flamingos pelicans and avocets we stop here for photos and information about this spectacular sight. Walvis Bay Salt refinery. We stop to explain the production that takes place here before we continue with the tour. We now start driving on deep loose sand so you will experience off road driving fun! Next we stop near a shipwreck and the remains of an old jetty for some awesome photos. As we approach the Lighthouse your guide will give you some historical facts about this landmark
From ZAR820.00

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Dune 7

Dune 7 close to Waalvisbay is a major tourist attraction. You will be able to step up the dune, but be prepared that is quite exhausting. When we had been there in April 2016 it did rain a bit ahead...
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German Heritage

The Prinzessin Rupprecht Hotel of nowadays was built in 1901 - 1902 as a military Hospital and named after Marie Gabrielle, the wife of Prince Rupprecht von Bayern, who was the last Bavarian...
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Desert Explorers Adventure Centre

Want to have an outdoor adventure? This place is really a ‘One Stop Shop’ for outdoor activities in the area. I simply walked in and said I wanted to skydive. 2 hours later I was jumping out of a...
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Swakopmund Museum

I don't think anyone would expect a small African city to have a really first rate museum, but this one does, and the two hours I spent here were well worth the time, especially in view of the lack of...
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National Marine Aquarium

If you have time or the weather is bad the National Marine Aquarium is quite good with several sharks and rays and a glas tunnel through the main aquarium. Thuesday to sunday, 10 am to 4 pm, 30...
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Hohenzollernhaus

In my personal opinion the Hohenzollernhaus is the most beautiful of all buildings in Swakopmund, it was built between the years 1904 and 1906 in the neobaroque style. At first it was used as a hotel...
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The War Memorial

I call it the War Memorial, but its actually called the Marine Memorial. It was erected and inaugurated in 1908 to honour the German Marines who were involved in the relief of Karibib and Otjimbingwe...
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Lighthouse Pub & Cafe - CLOSED

This is the Lighttower of Swakopmund and it also looks "very german" doesn't it ? It dates back to the year 1903 and You will find it close to the beach and next to the scenic "Statehouse" that looks...
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WoermanHaus

The Woerman Haus and the Damara Turm are easy to recognize by the green tower, it was built in 1905 and nowadays it is used as a library and partly also by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism. The...
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The Statehouse

This is the impressive State House of Swakopmund, it looks like an old castle, but in fact it is obviously just a few years old, because it was built in 1990 and it is used as the summerseat of the...
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The Best Skydiving in Africa

Well I figured that since Ground Rush Adventures they had been in operation for over 10 years and had a 100% safety record this would be a good idea. Ok, actually this is one of the craziest things I...
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DAO
Oct 11, 2015

enjoy a impressive Boattour at Walvisbay

impressive 3 1/2 hours boatstour at Walvis Bay seeing a lot of birds (pelicans come up on your boat) and sea-animals like dolphion, whale, sealions, seals (some might come on the boat)during the trip...
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hanspeter_W.
May 14, 2014

Fly like a... stone, then float like a butterfly

I had what I thought was going to be a once in a lifetime experience. Turned out that I enjoyed it so much I'll definitely do it again! Ground Rush Adventures are based in Swakop and offer tandem sky...
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MelanieBee
Jul 04, 2009

Take to the Dunes!

Alter Action offer eco-friendly sandboarding in the dunes about 10km from Swakopmund. They pickup from your hotel at about 9.30am and drop you back at about 1.30pm. It's very reasonably price at...
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MelanieBee
Jul 04, 2009

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"Svakopmund - the germanmost town in Namibia"
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"Swakopmund"
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Luchonda

"Up our way to Swakopmund"
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"Namibia´s summer city."
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"Swakopmund - German outpost in Africa"
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