About Eshcol Guesthouse
The accommodation is a bed and breakfast establishment offering comfortable accommodation at affordable rates and ideally located in Walvis Bay.
Accommodation is offered in double rooms, some of which are en-suite. A mouthwatering breakfast is available and guests will have access to wireless internet and braai facilities. Secure on-site parking is also provided.
Walvis Bay, which means ‘Whale Bay’ in Afrikaans, is named after the bay on which it lies. The bay is a haven for sea vessels because of its natural deep water harbor. Being rich in plankton and marine life, these waters also drew large numbers of whales, attracting whalers and fishing vessels. The town is situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn in the Kuiseb River delta and lies at the end of the TransNamib Railway to Windhoek, and on the B2 road.
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Things to do in and around Walvis Bay
(0.9 km from Walvis Bay)
Enjoy an amazing dolphin and seal experience with Levo on a 4 hour morning boat tour. The tour starts at 8:30 from the Walvis Bay Tanker Jetty, through the harbour and past the fishing factories. During the trip your skipper will include a...
(30.3 km from Walvis Bay)
Known as one of most active beaches on the planet, Swakopmund has revitalized itself as an adventure centre offering fishing, surfing, kayaking, quad biking, sand boarding and more. Jeanne from Eco Marine Kayak Tours will take you on a 4x4...
(24.6 km from Walvis Bay)
Exciting marine and birdlife is easily seen along the Skeleton Coast, particularly at Cape Cross, and Sandwich Harbour. Popular boat cruises on Walvis Bay Lagoon offer incredible sightings of bottlenose and Heaviside's dolphins, Cape fur seals,...
(26.9 km from Walvis Bay)
Have a blast in the Namib Desert around Swakopmund! Apart from the town's unique attractions, the surrounding desert has enormous appeal. Gigantic coastal dune belts stretch south to Walvis Bay and vast gravel plains lie to the east and north. The...