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.