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Its an experience alright, if you are into a rough barbecue experience with fresh meat and a whole load of smoke. As a group it is indeed an experience and a half. It also shows the less formal side of the Windhoek town, exposing some...More
We took a several-hour tour with Lothem Safaris and I learned so much about Katatura "the place where no one wants to live." It doesn't mean that so much these days, with apartheid a thing of the past. Yes, there are still poor areas, but...More
It's just a drive in another African township, with poverty written all over, nothing in particular to do or place to visit. Typically a none white camp, sad to drive through and but it's the reality of nine whites in Africa.
This is the cathedral of BBQ meat and eating. You will always leave wanting to come back. Its one of the biggest equalizers in Windhoek as people from different backgrounds converge for the agenda of meat
We had a most informative 5-hour private tour of Katutura Township on our second day in Namibia. Our Namibian guide was a well-educated young man who explained much about Namibia, as will as showing us the township and explaining its expansion. He explained how the...More
The City of Windhoek consists of so much more than most visitors realize. With enough time in Windhoek, the city's full history can be properly understood. Check with some locals and ask about the best time and locations to visit in Katatura. Other than the...More
The kapana is the best thing I have ever tasted....that's all you should ever go to that area for. Had a gun held to my head and my phone & wallet stolen. The police are absolutely useless and took no interest at all. It's apparently...More