Thursday, December 31, 2015

Explore Namibia

Random Places in Namibia......

Boating trips on the Kunene River (water levels permitting) provides our guests with the opportunity to venture through the lush riverside oases.

The Twyfelfontein area

The hotel’s locally acclaimed Penguin Restaurant with outside terraces is open 7 days a week and serves a wide ranging menu including fresh L├╝deritz lobster.

Wolwedans Dune Camp

Brandberg Rest Camp is located in Uis, a once booming little mining town in the heart of Damaraland  


Monday, December 7, 2015

Strand Hotel Swakopmund

With its extensive and entertaining Restaurants, Bars, Lounges, Deli, sea facing Terraces and Conference & Banqueting Centre the Strand Hotel is destined to become the social epicentre of Swakopmund, Namibia.
125 rooms of which 90% have beach and/or sea views and 10% garden/park views. The six room types feature tea & coffee stations, mini-bars, hair-dryers, TV’s, free Wi-Fi Internet access, telephones and air-conditioning.
Ballooning, Skydiving, Bird Watching Tours, Cape Cross Seal Colony, Messum Crater Tour, Fishing Excursions, Living Desert Tours, Namib Desert Day Trips, Namib Desert Night Walks, Quad Biking, Sand Boarding, Sandwich Harbor Tour
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Namibia a Scenic Beauty

Namibia derived its name from the Namib Desert, an unique geological feature renowned for the pristine and haunting quality of its landscape. It is this feature that characterises Namibia most, and that is home to several of the countries top tourist destinations, such as Sossusvlei, Sandwich Harbour and the Skeleton Coast Park. Far from being lifeless and barren, the long, narrow strip of moist coastal desert features an unusual variety of desert-adapted flora and fauna, including a large number of endemic plant, bird, reptile and insect species. 

Namibia's bountiful sunshine, abundance of wildlife, scenic beauty and rich diversity of geological phenomena make the country a sought-after tourist destination to which visitors return again and again. Additional plus points are the friendliness and cultural diversity of its people, a well-developed infrastructure and an extensive choice of parks, resorts and accommodation establishments. The latter range from five-star luxury hotels and upmarket guest lodges to simple and rustic accommodation in the quiet seclusion of the bush.

Monday, November 30, 2015

Namib Dune Star Camp

Namib Dune Star Camp is situated on the crest of ancient sand dunes, overlooking the spectacular landscape of the Namib Desert. Best described as a soft adventure camp, Namib Dune Star Camp offers the thrill of being out in the desert yet provides luxuries like soft beds and hot showers. 

The intimate camp has 8 cabins, with a fair distance between them. Each cabin has an en-suite bathroom, a large bedroom and, importantly, a large deck enabling you to wheel your bed out for a night under the southern skies. 

Namib Dune Star Camp allows guests the privilege of spending time in the desert wilderness with its exceptional views, clean air, space and bright starlit sky. The central area’s wide balcony has unrivalled vistas and is the ideal place to sip on a sundowner drink as the sun bathes the landscape in gold. Sunset is followed by a delicious dinner as the blanket of stars twinkles above.

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Friday, November 20, 2015

Canyon Village

Quiver trees, Nama culture, rugged landscape and an impressive sweeping rock formation characterise Canyon Village. Stone-and-thatch chalets are positioned in a horse-shoe design around a celebration of young quiver trees and the sprawling thatched central area, bedecked with bougainvillea, serving as restaurant, bar, lounge and reception. A cart drawn by a team of mules waits outside, conveying luggage to the chalets in a flurry of activity and laughter. 'Take a walk on the South's side' is a suitable motto for this Fish River Canyon lodge. The history of southern Namibia is depicted in murals on the restaurant's wall and a colourful and lively rendition of life in the golden time of the missions graces the wall in the reception area. An ox-wagon with hundreds of years of history ingrained in its wood stands in the buffet area and a well-preserved horse cart has been placed amongst the boulders in the cosy bar. Take a moment to honour the ancient Nama deity, Haitsi Aibeb, at the front entrance and to request a blessing for the journey ahead.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

The Bwabwata National Park


The Bwabwata National (formerly the Caprivi Game Park) is known as 'a people's park' as it supports both large wildlife and human populations. This special arrangement benefits mankind and the animal kingdom equally, with conservation and rural community development both coming out as as winners from sharing this spectacular area. Community game guards and resource monitors have been put in place, not only as a long-term conservation initiative, but to improve the quality of life for local Caprivian people, who now have new opportunities in ecotourism. The park is 6,100km² and extends for about 180km from the Kavango River in the west to the Kwando River in the east. Access is easy as the park is located 200km east of Rundu or approximately 100km west of Katima Mulilo. The deciduous woodlands are dominated by trees such as wild seringa, copalwood and Zambezi teak. While the park is sanctuary to 35 large and numerous small game species, visitors are not likely to see many of these animals. Animals likely to be seen though are elephant, roan and kudu; buffalo occur towards the west and as many as 339 bird species have been recorded in West Caprivi.


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Friday, November 6, 2015

New on our website - Swakopmund Plaza Hotel

Swakopmund Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre is ideally located in the heart of Swakopmund and surrounded by a number of historic buildings and restaurants. The hotel offers a variety of 7 room categories including stylish comfort rooms, suites, family rooms and a unique luxury suite. The multi conference & event centre is fully equipped with the latest technology and convertible into more that 30 setups and can cater for 6 to 240 people. The perfect venue for weddings, seminars, conferences and all other kinds of events. 

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

New on our Website


The Delight Swakopmund – Amongst the town’s captivating contrasts and old traditions, The Delight Swakopmund is a fresh breeze in the desert. Conveniently located within short walking distance of the ‘Mole’, our modern, uplifting and inviting hotel is the ideal base for your stay.

Every effort is made to surprise and delight guests with thoughtful touches and locally inspired reasons to smile. From the easy comfort of their hotel, the warm and welcoming service you will get, to the assistance provided by their knowledgeable Delight Host for anything from activity bookings to dinner reservations – your stay is always an effortless and memorable experience.


• 54 rooms (44 twin rooms, 10 family rooms)
• Breakfast Dining Room
• Bar
• Garden
• Free Wi-Fi
• 24-hour Security
• Mobile Connectivity
• Secure Parking

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Monday, October 26, 2015

A Natural Place to Stay

There is a special wilderness area, encircled by the Erongo Mountains,where the desert, mountain, and bushveld ecosystems combine. Here, in a secluded valley, you will find the Erongo Wilderness Lodge in a dramatic setting of granite boulders and breathtaking views.

Raised wooden walkways and natural stone steps connect the chalets to the main area of the Erongo Wilderness Lodge, where the restaurant, lounge, swimming pool and sundowner deck invite you to relax and fully unwind.

 The open-plan lounge and restaurant overlooks a floodlit waterhole, and is warmed by a central fireplace in the winter.

Nature provides the compelling reasons for visiting this unique environment at the Erongo Wilderness Lodge. Many rare, endemic, and special species of animal, bird, and plant life thrive here, making this one of Namibia’s most diverse and wildlife-rich areas. This wealth of natural and cultural history can be enjoyed by joining a guided nature drive, visiting one of the Bushman rock art sites, or walking among the mountains with one of our knowledgeable guides. Or make the experience a more personal one by simply exploring on your own, or just soaking up the atmosphere from the private deck of your tent.

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Friday, October 23, 2015

Discover Namibia through Namibia Reservations

Let us make your Namibia Holiday special!

Choose one of many Tour and Safari packages on offer. You will find a number of Self Drive Tours, Group Tours or Fly In Safaris to choose from. Most packages are easy to change should you have some special requests and cater from budget to luxury accommodation for your Namibia travels.

Various Packages offered that include the flights from South Africa and Namibia, accommodation, activities and car rental. Should you want a special package that suits your needs we can assist you......  
The perfect get away enjoying the sights and taking part in activities. Whether you are a honeymooner, business traveler or self drive traveler, we have a package deal ready for you.

Windhoek Package
2 Persons - Double Room at Villia Violet (BB) for 2 Nights,
Car Rental - Group B
including return flight on Air Namibia (CPT/JNB-WHK-CPT/JNB) 

Swakopmund Package
2 Persons - Double Room at Namib Guesthouse (BB) for 3 Nights,
1 Mola Mola Marine Dune Day
Car Rental - Group B
including return flight on Air Namibia (CPT/JNB-WHK-CPT/JNB)


Mokuti Etosha Lodge
(Etosha Area)

Lapa Lange Game Lodge
(Mariental Area)

Damara Mopane Lodge

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Omatozu Game Farm

Omatozu Game Farm is located 100 kilometres North of Windhoek on the B1 as you drive towards Etosha National Park. Its central location and easy access make it an ideal stop-over at the beginning or end of a trip through Namibia.
Omatozu Safari Camp offers a great opportunity for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Its exclusive and personal nature ensures a relaxing and quiet environment that allows you to experience the thrills of outdoor living in a comfortable way.
Omatozu Safari Camp offers walking trails and self-drive game viewing.
During the warmer months, guest can relax around the swimming pool and for the more energetic there is a volleyball pitch.
The camp is ideal for those wanting to unwind by getting in touch with nature. It offers an opportunity to enjoy the pleasures of staring into the coals underneath a starlit sky; to listen to the sounds of nature during the night while cuddled up safely and warmly in your luxury tent; and to see game coming to drink in its natural habitat at the dam while sipping a sun downer drink on the deck of the lapa.


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