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Holiday Flat - Schmö

9 Reviews
Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Holiday Flat "Schmö" is a self-catering flat situated in a quiet area of Swakopmund, in Kramersdorf. The accommodation is suitable for four...
Holiday Flat "Schmö" is a self-catering flat situated in a quiet area of Swakopmund, in Kramersdorf. The accommodation is suitable for four people and comprises one bedroom with two single beds, an open-plan kitchen and lounge with two single beds, and a bathroom with a shower that has hot water from a gas geyser. The bathroom is only accessible through the bedroom. We provide linen, towels, cutlery, pots and pans, a fridge, stove, and a shared TV with local channels only. Features include a separate entrance and off-street parking, and guests are also welcome to make use of the garden and barbecue facilities. We welcome stays of two or more days and we speak German, English and Afrikaans. No breakfast is served, as this accommodation is fully self-catering. All you have to do is come and visit us and have a relaxing holiday in our super town. Unfortunately no pets are allowed, as we have pets of our own.
from R600

Dolfynsig No. 2

10 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Dolfynsig No. 2 is a modern fully furnished three-bedroom unit, with expansive sea views, located in a complex on Long Beach in Namibia. ...
Dolfynsig No. 2 is a modern fully furnished three-bedroom unit, with expansive sea views, located in a complex on Long Beach in Namibia. Long Beach or ‘Langstrand’ is a 15 km stretch of beach located midway between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. The unit can comfortably a maximum of six guests, and comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The first bedroom contains a double bed, the second bedroom contains a double bed and a single bed, and the third bedroom contains twin single beds. Linen is provided. The kitchen is well equipped for self catering. The comfortable living area includes a TV with DStv and an indoor braai. This room leads out through glass sliding doors to a patio with outdoor dining furniture and lovely sea views. The house is protected by an alarm and garage parking is provided. Cleaning services are available twice a week for stays of seven days and longer.
from R1700

Diana's

Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Diana’s is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, minutes from the beach, in Swakopmund, Namibia. The apartment, ideal for two adults and two...
Diana’s is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, minutes from the beach, in Swakopmund, Namibia. The apartment, ideal for two adults and two children, features a cosy nautical décor and has one bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. There is an open-plan kitchen, a lounge with DStv and a sleeper couch, and an outside area with braai facilities. The abode also offers guests laundry amenities and parking on the premises. Swakopmund has many great attractions in and around the area, including the Swakopmund Museum, the Welwitschia Plains and the National Marine Aquarium of Namibia.
from R1500

Lagoon Loge

1 Review
Sleeps 14 in 6 rooms

Lagoon Loge overlooking the Walvis Bay lagoon, offers eight cosy individually decorated rooms, all with a veranda or balcony with a sea...
Lagoon Loge overlooking the Walvis Bay lagoon, offers eight cosy individually decorated rooms, all with a veranda or balcony with a sea view. Your hosts, Helene and Wilfried, will warmly welcome you and help you choose between the many activities available nearby, including dolphin tours, kayaking, sandwich harbour tours, sandboarding, and quad biking. You can also laze around the swimming pool or enjoy a drink on the roof deck facing the lagoon. The lodge offers an original décor, a warm and friendly atmosphere, and delicious breakfasts are served. This is a wonderful place to enjoy an unforgettable stay on the Namibian Coast. Walvis Bay is a paradise for birders, tourists, a prime spot for surfers and kite surfers, and home of many travellers on business trips. We look forward to welcoming you at Lagoon Loge.
from R1680

Be-Still Accommodation

Sleeps 24 in 12 rooms

Guests hoping for a tranquil spiritual experience will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Be-Still Accommodation. It offers a...
Guests hoping for a tranquil spiritual experience will not be disappointed when choosing to stay at Be-Still Accommodation. It offers a calming and relaxing atmosphere in the scenic town of Swakopmund in Namibia. This large complex has 12 lovely apartments. Each of them has a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom. All of the apartments have comfortable living areas and well-equipped kitchenettes. Some of them also have private gardens. The complex has an indoor swimming pool and a sauna. There is also a studio which can be used for meditation, music or yoga purposes. The use of this studio is by appointment only and will incur an additional cost. There are conference rooms available which can also be used for weddings or any other event. Even though the complex offers quiet solitude, it is within close proximity to many shops, restaurants and beaches. Guests can look forward to a stay filled with peacefulness, silence and spiritual guidance. Unwind with a massage, or explore the area with a prearranged trip. Whatever the purpose of your stay, rest assured that you will leave feeling rejuvenated and revitalised.
from R900
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Swakopmund Sands Hotel

5 Reviews
Sleeps 59 in 25 rooms

Valentines specials   Luxury, comfort, tranquility, hospitality and attention to detail; these are attributes which ring true at Swakopmund Sands. Treat yourself...
Luxury, comfort, tranquility, hospitality and attention to detail; these are attributes which ring true at Swakopmund Sands. Treat yourself and make your experience one to remember. The hotel’s location, on the platinum mile, is within walking distance along the beach leading directly into town. And for peace of mind, 24-hour secure parking is available. The Swakopmund Sands presents you with a choice of 21-rooms, ranging from luxury rooms, to single and family rooms. Our rooms are set up with your convenience in mind; outfitted with flat screen TV, safe, under floor heating, fridge, tea and coffee station, and the bathrooms, utilizing all international power points, is equipped with hairdryer and shaving facilities. We also offer a same day delivery laundry service. With our inclusive rates you enjoy a sumptuous breakfast buffet every day and free wireless internet for the duration of your stay. Whether you spend your time on the beach or explore all that Swakopmund has to offer, you know you can arrive back to the hotel where you can, sip a cocktail, check your email, or simply relax in our lounge or on the veranda; the choice is yours.
from R1050
Skeleton Coast Kaokoland Encounter is a 14-day tour which starts in Swakopmund and ends in...
Skeleton Coast Kaokoland Encounter is a 14-day tour which starts in Swakopmund and ends in Windhoek. It explores the Uniab River Delta, the Skeleton Coast beaches, the Palmwag concession area, and the Hoarusib River area. The package includes all transport as per the itinerary's routing, accommodation on a shared basis, meals as specified in the itinerary, activities and park fees as specified in the itinerary, and mineral water. The package excludes expenses of a personal nature, i.e. laundry, telephone expenses, gratuities and other personal purchases, all drinks, personal as well as medical and evacuation insurance, and any additional activities. DAY 1: Departure from Swakopmund along the Atlantic Coast towards the North. Visit the lichen fields near Wlotzka’s Baken before continuing to Henties Bay, a small holiday town. Onwards to the seal colony at Cape Cross where, after visiting the seals, the journey continues via Ugabmund to the southern Skeleton Coast Park to inspect a shipwreck. We leave the Skeleton Coast Park in the early afternoon via Springbokwasser and will experience the harsh transition from the Namib Desert to the Damaraland Highlands with its impressive landscape and rugged valleys. Here, one can perhaps sight the first springbok, zebra and oryx and, with some luck, the desert elephant. Tonight we will stay in bungalows at Twyfelfontein on a fully inclusive basis. DAY 2 and 3: After breakfast we visit the world-famous rock engravings at Twyfelfontein, Burnt Mountain, and Organ Pipes. Our journey then continues through central Damaraland and the Khowarib Gorge via Sesfontein into the Hoanib River. We follow the course of the river on a game drive where we have a good chance of encountering the desert elephants living in this harsh environment. Abundant tree growth offers the desert elephant a healthy diet and provides shade to a variety of game against the intense Namibian sun. Arrival at our luxury tented camp situated in one of the side valleys of the main river. It is not unusual for the elephants to pass by the camp during the night. DAY 4: Today we depart early travelling in a northerly direction following the course of the Tsuxub River along the eastern Skeleton Coast boundary into the Hoarusib River. This area offers a good opportunity to encounter plains game and desert elephants. After a delightful picnic lunch we will arrive at Okahirongo Elephant Camp, which is located on the slopes of the massive Hoarusib River Valley. Enjoy a relaxing sundowner from the deck of the lodge where we overnight on a fully inclusive basis. DAY 5: After breakfast we head in a northwestern direction and enter the Skeleton Coast Park. Here we will meet the Skeleton Coast Concession guide and continue towards Angra Fria via an old track that leads to the Angra Fria Radio Station and airstrip. After crossing a big salt pan we will reach the Atlantic Ocean. Camp will be set up by the back-up team while we explore the area around Cape Fria. Camping in bow tents which have a bucket shower and short-drop bush toilets. DAY 6: From here the route turns northwards where we drive on the beach to reach the wreck site of the Dunedin Star, a freighter that ran aground during WW2. Explore the historical little camp where the survivors lived while waiting for a rescue convoy from Kamanjab. After a great lunch on the beach our safari continues along a track on either the high- or low-tide mark. We arrive at the Kunene River mouth in the late afternoon and spend some time exploring the area with its fresh water lagoon and abundant birdlife. Return along the beach for a night's camping at Bosluis Bay or surrounds. This evening we will be camping in bow tents which have a bucket shower and short-drop bush toilets. DAY 7: After an early breakfast our group prepares for an intense dune drive through the fields of the northern Skeleton Coast Park. This is an area that very few people have the privilege of travelling through. The trail leads our safari to an area directly across from Foz de Cunene Police Station which is located on the Angolan side of the Kunene River. From there onwards we follow the course of the river through the dune and boulder fields reaching the western border of the Hartmann’s Valley in the late afternoon. Weather and time permitting we enjoy a cool dip in the numerous rock pools along this stretch of river. Camp is set up in a ravine close to a small waterfall on the banks of the Kunene River. DAY 8 and 9: After breakfast we navigate through the last few dunes until we reach the Hartmann Valley where we bid farewell to our Skeleton Coast guide. Our onward trail leads into a neighbouring valley, the Marienfluss River Valley, with one of the most awe-inspiring views this area has to offer. Here man can only feel dwarfed and helpless in comparison. After a short picnic our journey continues on to the bottom of the mighty Kunene River in time to check-in at Okahirongo River Camp situated on a natural granite platform overlooking the river. Okahirongo River Camp is our base for the next two days where we get to explore the scenic gorges, valleys, and desert-like dune fields of this isolated part of the North West by 4x4 and boat. DAY 10: Today we bid farewell to the Kunene River and continue our journey to Hobatere Lodge via the Sanitatas and Kaoko Otavi regions. We will meet various Ovahimba herdsmen who remain with their stock and are continually on the move in search for better grazing areas. Again our guests experience the primitive but interesting lifestyle and traditions while visiting the en-route traditional villages. The usual reception from the Ovahimba is friendly and most of them are willing to engage in conversation. Our journey continues further across a scenic mountain pass into an area densely populated with overgrown palm trees and continuous flowing water in the Hoarusib River Valley. Yet another perfect region to visit a number of Ovahimba villages and families who have settled in this rich vegetation grazing area. The desert elephants often return to this section of the Hoarusib River as it forms part of its natural breeding region. Camping in this part of the Kaokoland offers a good opportunity to encounter these animals feeding on the nutritious acacia pods close to the camp. Camping tonight is in the river bed on a fully inclusive basis. DAY 11: This morning we depart early and drive further east past the historical site of Kaoko Otavi which served as a transition and logistical stopover point for the Boers in the early days of the Dorsland Trek. After a visit to the last ruins of the Dorsland church we continue via the small town of Opuwo on to Hobatere Lodge where we overnight. DAY 12: Today we enter the western side of Etosha National Park at Galton Gate past the research station of Otijivazandu. We will enjoy a full day of game viewing while driving through the park towards Okaukuejo Rest Camp in the centre of the park. We leave the park at Anderson’s Gate to check-in to Ongava Lodge in the late afternoon. Overnight at Ongava Lodge on a fully inclusive basis. DAY 13: Up early for a morning game drive into Etosha National Park where we explore the area around Okaukuejo and the edges of the massive salt pan. We will return to the lodge in the early afternoon to freshen up before heading out on our final game drive within Ongava’s own private reserve. DAY 14: We bid farewell to Ongava and return to Windhoek via Okahandja. This is a great place to stop for those wishing to pick up their last souvenirs. On arrival in Windhoek you will be transferred either to Hosea Kutako International Airport for check-in to your outbound flight or to your accommodation establishment.
from R13220

Guesthouse Indongo

Sleeps 20 in 7 rooms

Guesthouse Indongo is situated in the city of Swakopmund along the western cost of Namibia. The guesthouse comprises of seven bed and...
Guesthouse Indongo is situated in the city of Swakopmund along the western cost of Namibia. The guesthouse comprises of seven bed and breakfast rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, bar fridges, Wi-Fi Internet access, televisions with DStv, hair dryers and tea and coffee facilities. Indongo also offers guests an African-style restaurant from mid-October and modern amenities. Swakopmund is full of exciting experiences, including quad biking across the desert dunes, the Skeleton Coast, bartering with locals and the historical Swakopmund Museum.
from R1176

BON Hotel Swakopmund

Sleeps 85 in 43 rooms

BON Hotel Swakopmund is set on Namibia’s coastline in the heart of Swakopmund. The hotel is centrally located to the city centre and within...
BON Hotel Swakopmund is set on Namibia’s coastline in the heart of Swakopmund. The hotel is centrally located to the city centre and within The Dome sport and conference centre. This hotel has 34 stylish and modern en-suite rooms with the emphasis on comfort. The rooms are air-conditioned and include televisions, minibar fridge and WI-Fi Internet access. Guests can enjoy views of the ocean or of the indoor sports centre. Fitness fanatics are welcome to make use of the swimming pool and of the well-equipped fitness centre. Swakopmund offers much to do with it’s restaurants, aquarium and museums within the city and must-do activities such as Quad-biking, sand-boarding, sand-skiing, parasailing and dozens of other guided tours. In Walvis Bay, a short drive away, guests can join a dolphin cruise or explore the lagoon on a kayak tour.

Haus Estnic

10 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Haus Estnic is an oasis in the Namib Desert, with the waves of the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the desert on the other. We offer...
Haus Estnic is an oasis in the Namib Desert, with the waves of the Atlantic Ocean on one side, and the desert on the other. We offer luxurious en-suite double rooms, each with tea and coffee making facilities, DStv, bar fridge, and mini lounge. Here you can escape from the dust and heat of the desert while being treated as friends in true Namibian style. Because we accommodate only six guests, we can afford to attend to your personal needs, in either English or Afrikaans.
from R950

Sun Set Sails 21

Sleeps 4 in 2 rooms

Sun Set Sails 21 is situated along the coast of Long Beach, just outside of Swakopmund. The apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms....
Sun Set Sails 21 is situated along the coast of Long Beach, just outside of Swakopmund. The apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a breakfast bar, a lounge with DStv and an indoor braai, and laundry amenities. The abode also offers guests parking on the premises. Attractions in and around Swakopmund are plentiful, with the Swakopmund Jetty, the many great safaris and the National Marine Aquarium of Namibia.
from R1650

Organic Square Guesthouse

Sleeps 16 in 7 rooms

Organic Square Guest House is located in the centre of Swakopmund and within a five-minute walking distance of the main beach. The guest...
Organic Square Guest House is located in the centre of Swakopmund and within a five-minute walking distance of the main beach. The guest house offers seven luxurious rooms and a delicious organic breakfast. The rooms have a modern contemporary feel and each room has its own secluded courtyard. The rooms are comfortably furnished and equipped with minibars, complimentary tea and coffee and flat-screen TVs with DStv. There is secure parking on the premises and guests can walk to the beach, restaurants and coffee shops in Swakopmund. There is no need for driving and guest’s cars will be safe at the guest house. Swakopmund is a laid-back desert town, enhanced by lush green lawns, palm trees and carefully tented public gardens. The town offers numerous activities and sites for guests to enjoy, such as skydiving, sandboarding, ocean cruises and township tours.
from R1565

Anandi Ocean View Guest House

8 Reviews
Sleeps 36 in 13 rooms

Anandi Ocean View Guest House is situated in Ocean View, a quiet and secure neighbourhood in...
Anandi Ocean View Guest House is situated in Ocean View, a quiet and secure neighbourhood in Swakopmund, Namibia, and is within a comfortable walking distance to the beach. Swakopmund is Namibia’s biggest coastal town and a mecca for holidaymakers. Swakopmund is small enough to get around easily on foot and all the major attractions, restaurants, and shops are within walking distance. Nearby attractions include quad-biking in the dunes, sky-diving, sand boarding, and ocean cruises. The guest house offers tastefully furnished en-suite rooms equipped with a kettle, fridge, Wi-Fi, and satellite TV and are furnished with single and double beds to accommodate families. A comfortable lounge and indoor braai complete the relaxing atmosphere. Self-catering units with small kitchenettes are also available.
from R850

Villa Margherita

1 Review
Sleeps 24 in 9 rooms

Villa Margherita – The Charming House offers a fusion of Italian charm in a historical Colonial building. With its limited double rooms,...
Villa Margherita – The Charming House offers a fusion of Italian charm in a historical Colonial building. With its limited double rooms, the boutique hotel offers seclusion and personalized service to all guests. All the rooms feature flat screen TVs, safes, hairdryers, and free wireless Internet connection, and most rooms also have private lounge areas. The picturesque town of Swakopmund is Namibia's main seaside resort. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean coast, the town looks more like a Bavarian village that has been uplifted and dropped here between the sea and the desert. It has a calming atmosphere, with wide avenues lined with palm trees and colourful well-tended gardens. Swakopmund offers visitors an action-packed holiday and safari adventure with activities to suit all ages. It emanates romance and history from German settlers, artists, beautiful gemstones, Herero women and fishermen. It offers a unique and exciting mixture of cultures surrounded by the extraordinary Namib Naukluft Park, one of the largest desert areas in Africa.
from R1700

Rosa's Lighthouse

1 Review
Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Rosa’s Lighthouse is situated in the seaside area of Long beach, between the breathtaking long sandy beaches and the natural beauty of the...
Rosa’s Lighthouse is situated in the seaside area of Long beach, between the breathtaking long sandy beaches and the natural beauty of the windswept dunes at your back. The unit offers a self-catering destination for large families or groups. The house is fully equipped for self-catering and includes modern facilities and a lighthouse theme throughout. There are four spacious bedrooms, three bathrooms, an open-plan living area and wrap around deck. Three of the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, and bedding is provided. The small kitchen is well equipped and even includes a tumble dryer. The wrap around deck offers a place to enjoy meals or simply relax and enjoy the sea views. Just 2 minutes’ walk-away are two restaurants, the Oyster Bar on the jetty, tidal pools and playgrounds for the kids. The area offers a large number of activities for both young and old. The dunes offer sand boarding and quad biking. Other activities include cray fishing, boat cruises, camel rides, paragliding and sky diving.
from R2000

Meike's Guest House

1 Review
Sleeps 22 in 8 rooms

Meike's Guest House is situated in a calm location of Swakopmund and has a great central location within five minutes’ walk of the shops...
Meike's Guest House is situated in a calm location of Swakopmund and has a great central location within five minutes’ walk of the shops and restaurants - your friendly hosts will be happy to recommend and book for you. The beach is also a short stroll away and there are more great sights such as Sandwich Harbour to keep guests entertained. The guest house offers five stylish Double Rooms and two Family Rooms, each fitted with modern conveniences and comfortable additions. All the rooms feature twin beds, TVs with DStv access, bar fridges and private verandas. Safe parking is also provided for your peace of mind. Each morning, enjoy a healthy nutritious start to the day with Meike's breakfast. The menu includes a lovely variety of bread, cheese, cold meats, fruit, muesli, yoghurt and eggs, as well as home-made marmelades, jams and honey.
from R1140

By the Beach

5 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with balcony and great sea views is the perfect getaway for a self-catering party. Relax on the...
This two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment with balcony and great sea views is the perfect getaway for a self-catering party. Relax on the balcony overlooking the main beach in Swakopmund, walk to some of the best restaurants in town, or cook up a storm in the fully-equipped kitchen. Enjoy beautiful views of the ocean from the lounge and master en-suite bedroom, while the twin bedroom, with separate bathroom, overlooks the town. A sleeper couch in the lounge accommodates an additional two guests, if required. An indoor fireplace can be used as a braai area or for keeping warm and cosy in the cooler months. All the little extras are catered for including condiments, coffee and tea facilities, personal toiletries and handmade linen. Enjoy the seaside splendour of Swakopmund at By the Beach.
from R1500

Beach Hotel Swakopmund

Sleeps 82 in 33 rooms

This owner-managed hotel is located only 50 m from the Atlantic Ocean and is within walking distance to the centre of Swakopmund. The...
This owner-managed hotel is located only 50 m from the Atlantic Ocean and is within walking distance to the centre of Swakopmund. The combination of modern architectural styles, with glass fronts and classic furnishings, are exceptional and a guarantee for a pleasant stay. All rooms have a balcony with a breathtaking view on the Atlantic Ocean and the rooms and apartments on the southern side of the hotel also have views of the dunes of the Namib Desert. In addition to a fully glazed lounge we have a roof terrace with a swimming pool, a cocktail bar, an open fireplace, and an amazing 360-degree view over the city, the dunes and the sea. For our guests, we also offer a free shuttle service with an electric motorized rickshaw.
from R990
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1932 House Guesthouse

Sleeps 20 in 8 rooms

Valentine's Day Special   Situated in Walvis Bay, the main harbour town in Namibia, 1932 House Guesthouse is within walking distance from the legendary, and largest...
Situated in Walvis Bay, the main harbour town in Namibia, 1932 House Guesthouse is within walking distance from the legendary, and largest naturally formed, lagoon. The guest house comprises of seven rooms and one self-catering flat, of which the rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, flat-screen televisions with DStv and tea and coffee facilities; and the flat features two bedrooms, a kitchen, DStv and a private garden. 1932 House also offers guests an airport shuttle service, a swimming pool, Wi-Fi Internet access, braai facilities, and laundry amenities. Walvis Bay has many great attractions in and around the area, including the Walvis Bay Waterfront, the dune tours, and the Long Beach Leisure Park.
from R850

Langholm Hotel

22 Reviews
Sleeps 36 in 16 rooms

The Langholm Hotel in Walvis Bay has received accolades as a Winner of the HAN Awards for Service Excellence since 2002 and enjoys annual...
The Langholm Hotel in Walvis Bay has received accolades as a Winner of the HAN Awards for Service Excellence since 2002 and enjoys annual occupancy levels in excess of 90 percent since 2008. This speaks volumes as to the popularity of our hotel. The Langholm Hotel is situated close to the magnificent wetland of the Walvis Bay Lagoon, and at the edge of the Namibia Desert. The Langholm Hotel can offer the Eco-tourist a wonderful glimpse into the ecology of the area, as well as great adventure tourism. The hotel is now celebrating its sixteenth year of successful operations and has 12 double rooms, ten with double beds, two with twin single beds each with bathroom en-suite, TV, telephone, safe and fridge, one triple room three single beds, one family suite with a lounge with kitchenette, a luxury room and a newly built luxury suite. The Langholm Hotel has a very festive bar which boasts a collection of over 865 caps/hats and a lounge where one can chill out in relative peace and quiet with a drink of one’s choice. Secure covered parking and both indoor and outdoor braai facilities are also available.
from R1028
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