From wetlands to deserts, the largest land animal to the smallest creature, from birds that dominate the sky to the rarest plant species on the ground, Namibia is truly a place of contrast. It is one of the world’s best kept secrets, the hideaway of many. It is a place where you can hear the silence of the desert, the roar of the nearby ocean and enjoy the wide open spaces to set your spirit free.
From the rugged, desolate beauty of the desert, to the historical grace of its buildings, a visit to the Skeleton Coast is a unique experience. The Swakopmund Hotel & Entertainment Centre, is no exception. Built in and around the old Station Building the hotel combines architectural beauty with first-world comfort.

The 44 twin rooms, 30 family rooms, 14 luxury rooms and 2 luxury suites are all decorated in a Victorian-style reminiscent of a bygone era of grace and civility. Rooms have individual air conditioning, television, tea/coffee making facilities, bathroom with bath, shower and toilet, direct dialing phones, electronic safes, electric razor plugs, fully stocked mini bars, hair dryers, eight channel TV including a German channel and MNet. Meals can be served in your room at certain times and there is a 24-hour room service snack menu.
Situated at the entrance gate to the famous Sossusvlei and Sesriem Canyon, lets you enter a classic lifestyle of comfort, filled with the thoughtful touch of attentive staff. The decor speaks of the art, culture and traditions of African furnishings with soft finishes of inviting comfort. Sossusvlei Lodge uniquely crouches almost unnoticed in a vast ocean of unparalleled desert beauty.

Sossusvlei Lodge is constantly aware of and concerned about the delicate desert environment and the effect that tourism has on it. The Lodge was therefore designed and built as eco-friendly as possible. The accommodation units are uniquely constructed combining both tent and plaster so as to blend in as much as possible with the desert location and surroundings. Everything from the electricty supply, heating facilities, waste management, layout and activities are geared for eco-friendliness.

Solar energy supplies the lights in all rooms. For the guests convenience a 220-240V power point on the standard South African 3-point system is available in each room. Bedrooms are en-suite under canvas with abode-style plaster walls. Sossusvlei offers a classic lifestyle of comfort, filled with the touch of attentive staff.

Eco-friendly quad biking, hot air ballooning, bush dinners and sundowner excursions being offered right on the doorstep. The Lodge has its own airstrip adjacent to the complex, air transfers and scenic flights offer the same accessibility and ease of use to guests wishing to fly.
Exclusive luxury in the heart of the Namib Desert, located only 200m from Swakopmund beach, Guesthouse Indongo is a 10-minute walk to the mall and downtown. If personalised service is what you enjoy, then Guesthouse Indongo is your ideal place to stay in Swakopmund, Namibia.

Accommodation comprises 6 rooms, with all mod-cons, while guest facilities include free wireless internet access, a spacious and airy breakfast room, living area with fireplace and winter garden, outdoor braai, 74 cm TV with DSTV and DVD surround sound system, there is a bar, as well as a business centre and 15-seater boardroom.
Your refuge on the Walvis Bay Lagoon, Protea Hotel Pelican Bay overlooks one of the most important wetland areas on the African Coastline, the Walvis Bay Lagoon, declared a Ramsar site to ensure that its protection is guaranteed by the Namibian government.
With its temperate climate, Walvis Bay and the Protea Hotel Pelican Bay offers a safe refuge from the Atlantic Ocean to the abundance of majestic flamingos and gigantic whales that flock to these waters.

With uninterrupted view of the Walvis Bay Lagoon, where dolphins are often spotted playing in the water, Protea Hotel Pelican Bay offers 50 comfortable en-suite rooms, a restaurant, bar and coffee shop, as well as secure parking and conferencing facilities for up to 150 guest.



The renowned Etosha National Park is a mecca for wildlife and tourists where you spend the day in the company of eland or one of Namibia’s rare and endemic antelope, the black-faced impala. The central and most distinctive feature of the park is the Etosha Pan, a vast shallow depression for most of the year.

The most unique feature of Namibia is its space. Incessant deserts that stretch for miles to meet the most dramatic sunsets you can imagine. The splendour of the Sossusvlei dunes, the desolate Skeleton Coast steeped in mystery and adventure where thousands of shipwrecked vessels have met their end.


Swakopmund is the premier holiday resort in Namibia and is known as the West Coast Recreational Area. The architecture and general feeling of Swakopmund is one which may be associated with a small German village which offers countless pursuits to help you spend your time such as sand boarding, quad biking, dune carting and hot air ballooning. The German restaurants and cafes will not fail your taste buds.


Walvis Bay is one of Africa’s hidden jewels set between the golden dunes of the Namib Desert. It is blessed with wide open spaces, scenic beauty and unique aquamarine and plantlife. The famous Welwitschia inirabilis, found inland of Walvis Bay, can live for over 1000 years.


A tourist must see is the postcard view of the Fish River Canyon, second to the Grand Canyon of the USA.
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