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I stayed here for one night on my way to WVB airport. It's a nice, place. Right on the beach. Rooms were very comfortable and the staff were very helpful. The restaurant was very good with a heavy emphasis in seafood. Mine was a brief stay but I was very happy. Good value for money and I would happily ...
May 30 - May 31
It is a lovely place to stay. The staff was very kind. The breakfast was very good. Top notch coffee. My only challenge was that 27 years after the end of apartheid, it feels like stepping back in time.
Jun. 25 - Jun. 26
Modern, spacious and super clean room with a nice balcony. We were in a room under the roof (room 55) and there were quite loud dilataton noises in the morning and evening when the structure was expanding/contracting with temperature variations. The staff is super nice and handy. The breakfast was ...
Jun. 2 - Jun. 3
I like waking up with the sound of the birds, not like from the noise that one experience in town. Its isolation makes it more nice as a place to relax from all the fatigue of stresses and hotness. The lodge is really a place one can go just to relax for two or three days. I took game driving about ...
Jun. 1 - Jun. 2
Off the map great! Entire staff was wonderful. Food was amazing given the location. Expensive but worth a two night splurge. Special kudos to Chico and Rocky ... but all staff great.
Nestled between the South Atlantic and the Kalahari, Namibia is one of Africa's youngest and most dynamic countries. A dream for photographers, explorers, and adventurers, the country is strikingly diverse and loaded with stunning wildlife, wild seascapes, colonial cities, rugged mountains, and vast deserts.
In the northwest, Namibia hotels offer access to the Skeleton Coast, an eerie desert coastline marked by icy breakers. Long stretches of foggy beach are dotted with wandering dunes and rusting shipwrecks, but the fog dissipates inland to reveal the remarkable wildernesses of the Kaokoveld and Damaraland.
Make reservations for rooms in hotels in Namibia in the west to explore the desolate and barren landscapes of the Namib Desert and the city of Swakopmund, home to some of the top sights in the country. Spend an afternoon exploring the Swakopmund Museum, learning about the country's ethnology and history through well-curated displays, then visit the Woermannhaus national monument.
Some of the best cheap hotel deals in Namibia are in Windhoek, the country's German-influenced capital in the central highlands. Book rooms at special discount rates in the city, and then spend your time exploring the bustling markets, elegant government buildings, and the National Museum of Namibia, which highlights an interesting collection of photos and memorabilia from the colonial period.
Just outside of the capital is the Daan Viljoen Game Park. The lack of seriously dangerous animals in the park means that visitors can hike through the wildlife-rich desert without fear. While hiking, be on the lookout for springboks, mountain zebras, gemsboks, warthogs, and elands, but don't forget to glance up occasionally. The skies above the park are filled with rare species of birds, including the elusive pin-tailed whydah.
Find Namibia hotel deals near Etosha National Park to explore one of the country's greatest gems. The 20,000-square kilometre park is home to over 340 species of bird, 114 mammal species, and 16 types of amphibians and reptiles. Many Namibia hotel packages offer special prices on tours of the park, and visitors can spot an incredible array of wildlife, including black-faced impalas, white and black rhinos, elephants, zebras, giraffes, elands, and wildebeests.
When to Go
If wildlife viewing is your main goal when visiting Namibia, plan your trip for May through October. Many animals congregate around water sources during that dry season, creating many opportunities for sightings in the game reserves and parks. If you love bird watching, book a cheap Namibia hotel deal during the summer when many of the bird species are most active.