Swakopmund, Namibia

The beautiful seaside town of Swakopmund in Namibia has all the activities you need to give you an amazing Namibian experience. It has a very charming vibe and is definitely German inspired. Come see all this great town has to offer.

Just outside of Swakopmund lies Walvis Bay. Here lies a protected lagoon that is home to 150 000 greater pink flamingos. It is quite a spectacular sight to see. The dunes and mud-lands make for an amazing landscape and even if you are not a birder, the capacity in itself is quite breath-taking.

Take a trip back in time by exploring the amazing old architecture in the town. It has a very clear German influence and the buildings have been amazingly well preserved. The Woermann Haus is one of the favorite buildings to visit, not only because it is so old and beautiful but also due to its great views of the town and desert.

A definite must is to go quad biking. Namibia is known for it’s awesome dunes and there is no better way of experiencing it that driving up and down on an exhilarating quad bike ride.

Swakopmund has about 50 restaurants and the obvious cuisine to try is German. Although there are a bunch of cuisine styles to choose from, German is, for obvious reasons, their speciality. Enjoy some traditional German cuisine on one of Swakopmunds trendy street cafes and reflect on your days activities.

Of course you cannot leave without supporting local arts and crafts. Souvenirs are sold on the streets by locals and it is a great way of investing back into the community.
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Come to Swakopmund for you’re the ultimate German experience with a Namibian twist.

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