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Hop aboard for a trip starting at Luderitz harbour, passing the old whaling station at Stormvogel Bucht, and on to Shearwater and Guano Bay. This is something not to be missed.
Encounter marine wildlife during the cruise, which is likely to include dolphins, penguins, and whales. You'll also be treated to views of Diaz Point, the lighthouse, and...
Built in 1911, this beautiful church overlooks the quaint town of Luderitz from the top of Diamond Hill. It is renowned for the intricate stained glass windows, donated by Emperor Wilhelm II. Open to the public during the afternoon.
Goerke Haus was one of the most extravagant mansions built during the diamond-mining boom at the turn of the 20th Century. Constructed in 1910 on Diamond Hill, the house has been restored to its former glory and boasts splendid stained glass windows. Open to the public.
Kolmanskop or Kolmanskuppe is a ghost town in the Namib Desert not far from the small port of Lüderitz. Namibia's first diamonds were discovered here in 1909.
In its day Kolmanskop was a very rich little town boasting a skittle alley, theater, casino, ice factory, Africa’s first tram and the first X-ray station in the southern hemisphere. After...
Shows arts, crafts and artifacts of local Artists. Changes the theme of its exhibition every 6 months.
The Caracal Biodiversity Centre is an NGO promoting and developing conservation and research programs. Their Environmental Education Centre allows tourists and community members to get an up close encounter with snakes, other reptiles, birdlife, small mammals and insects. The main focus is to promote sustainable wildlife utilization, wildlife...
Mouhou Tours offer magical nights in a desert camp in Merzouga. Go camel trekking in the Sahara Desert and experience the Bedouin way of life with knowledgeable guides. The adventure takes guests through extraordinary dune landscapes, beat at sunrise and sunset.
Les Pyramides Hotel offers several guided desert activities including camel trekking. These unique excursions take guests across the orange sands of the Sahara Desert.
So why not cruise the Erg Chebbi dunes for two hours on top of a dromedary at sunset or sunrise. Knowledgeable guides will reveal some of Sahara Desert's secrets.
Situated in the Sperrgebiet National Park between Luderitz and Oranjemund is Bogenfels, noted for its natural rock formations.
The 55 m high rock arch is not easily accessible, due to the terrain and its location within a restricted diamond-mining area. The Sperrgebiet National Park is only open to those travelling with a Ministry of Environment...
At Murchison Falls, the Nile squeezes through an 8m wide gorge and plunges with a thunderous roar into the "Devil's Cauldron" , creating a trademark rainbow.
Morocco is more than just north Africa's premier surfing destination, it's a true melting pot of EuroAfrican surf culture. On any given day you can spot a tapestry of nations represented in the lineup; Brits, Dutch, Germans, French, Norwegians, Italians, Spaniards... you name it, all frothing over Morocco's fun waves, warm water and low prices....
Mount Toubkal (4167m) is the highest mountain in North Africa; it is situated at 4167M above sea level. The trek to the summit is quite challenging, but it requires no mountaineering skills and experience and the panoramic views from the top make the hard work worthwhile. With the start of the trek just a couple of hours drive from Marrakech, you...
Explore the Atlas Mountains and experience the people and their culture on foot. The huge Atlas Mountains offer very impressive mountain biking trails, trekking trails and photography opportunities. There are walks to suit all abilities, but mules and horses are also available in the villages if riding suits you better than trekking.
Arcades Shopping Centre is Lusaka's premier one-stop shopping and entertainment mall housing a casino, nightclubs, cinemas, cafes, restaurants, Internet cafés, bars and fast-food outlets. And there's an enormous Spar supermarket.
Manda Hill is Lusaka's first official mall and is the place to shop in Zambia. GAME Stores, the South African version of Walmart, is the anchor, and the mall also features some upmarket boutiques, Woolworths (yes!), Shoprite, PEP, Mr Price, book stores, restaurants, coffee shops, curio shops, some clothing stores and an ATM. There's even a great...
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