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Coastal Namibia Accommodation

incorporates Cape Cross, Kolmanskop, Luderitz, the world oldest desert - the Namibia
the Skeleton Coast and its graveyard of ships, explore the premier holiday resort of Swakopmund - fish the rich waters of the Atlantic or do some sea kayaking at Walvis Bay .
Lots to see and do - with restaurants to suit all palates and accommodation to suit all pockets


Swakopmund

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Hotel Eberwein

an hotel in a villa, carefully restored keeping the original exterior structure, the hotel offers double and single rooms or suites.
The style of decor is Victorian with all modern hotel comforts

Sams Giardino

Swiss owner / managed, Sams is good value for money accommodation.
Double or twin rooms as well as a family unit are offered. Rooms are en suite room.
Enjoy fine dining and a extensive cellar of Cape wines.

Swakopmund Hotel

Luxurious accommodation with Entertainment Centre and Casino.
Live entertainment is a feature - there is also cinemas, video arcade, hairdresser as well as shops and the Casino.

 

Tourist Attractions

Art galleries & craft outlets
The Swakopmund Arts Association is situated on the first floor of the historic Woermann House.

Hand-crafted jewellery
A special feature of the coastal town is its outstanding jewellery shops, staffed by master goldsmiths and specialised craftsmen and women

Mondesa Township Tours
Just a few kilometres from the centre of Swakopmund is the suburb of Mondesa, a far more African and more complex part of town

Museum & libraries
Founded by Dr Alfons Weber in 1951, the Swakopmund Museum is a small but comprehensive institution with displays ranging from natural history, mineralogy and botany to historical and ethnological dioramas

Small but modern aquarium
On the beach front next to the National Marine Information & Research Centre in Strand Street is the Swakopmund Aquarium, an extensive and popular facility

Water Sports
Swakopmund has a heated indoor Olympic-size swimming pool, hot sea baths and saunas

The Swakopmund environs
The environmentally friendly Swakopmund Saltworks to the north of the town has been registered as a private nature reserve

Welwitschia Plains and Moonscape drive
In the northern corner of the Namib-Naukluft National Park. An afternoon's excursion away from Swakopmund or Walvis Bay

Crystal Gallery
Visit the spectacular collection of 'Earth Keepers' minerals and gems at the Crystal Gallery. The only cluster of its kind... 520 million years old weighing in at 14,100kg

Windhoek to Swakopmund Bus Tours

Swakopmund to Windhoek Shuttle Service

Swakopmund to Windhoek Train Travel

Activities

Hot air balloon flights

Camel Rides

Sandboarding

Quad Biking

Microlighting

Sky diving

Horse trails

 

Restaurants

African Café- Sandwiches Burgers and fries Fish and steaks in the evening
c/n of Brücken and Bismarck

Café Anton - Schweizerhaus Hotel
café opens for breakfasts until the mid-evening - range of cakes and pastries, and very good coffee.

De Kelder Klimas - Good meat dishes Shopping Arcade, Moltke St

Erich's Seafood Restaurant - 21 Post St

Frontiers Restaurant - 'African' game dishes 18 Moltke St C/N Woermann St

Hansa Hotel - 3 Roon Street
Majors in seafood, though has a good range of steaks and one or two vegetarian dishes

Kücki's Pub: Shellfish is very good, Outside courtyard 22 Moltke St

Neapolitana Pizzeria - A variety of simple Italian dishes Opposite the Grüner Kranz

The Tug - the Strand
An old tug raised up above the sea-front next to the old jetty. Majors in seafood The Strand

Walvis Bay

Tourist Attractions

Sandwich Harbour - unique natural freshwater lagoon with spectacular dunes. Remote place with lots of birds.

Activities

Fishing (shore, boat and surf)

Shark Fishing

Kayaking on the lagoon - departure 08h30 for 2 hours - a leisurely canoe to see flamingoes, white pelicans, terns, plovers, sandpipers and cormorants.
Other tours offered include trip to Pelican Point - great for bird viewing, watching the seals and dolphins play around you

Quadbike Excursions

Dolphin / Seal cruises - experience a cruise with seals on board - dolphins playing and diving around the boat - enjoy fresh oysters and champagne for lunch - count the pelicans and cormorants.

 

Restaurants

Castle Park Restaurant & Beer Garden steaks and seafoods Tables inside and outside. Tel: +264 64 207148

Galley Restaurant Casa Mia Hotel.
Seafood, meat and pasta restaurant:
Tel: +264 64 203676

La Lainya's: 142, 7th Street
With dancing after dinner

Waldorf Restaurant: 10th Road, between 7th and 8th Streets. Daytime meals

Probst Bakery & Café 148- 9th Street (near 12th Road) good snacks and take-away

The Raft Restaurant. Owned by the team that also owns The Tug in Swakopmund

Taj Mahal Indian Restaurant Halaal food and many Vegetarian Dishes
Tel.: +264 64 203875

Hickory Creek Spur -9th Street, close to 12th Road - American burgers, steaks.


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