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- We bought an iron giraffe from Morris, the very talented and very nice blacksmith under the balcony. All you eat is fresh made in the kitchen. Friendly personal and lovely lunch with a view on the busy parking and street.Written March 6, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This was one of the most colorful part of our trip. If you are a photographer, I'd say take a whole day, because you'll be stopping a lot. The colors, the panorama. Delightful.
We also came across 3 dudes on bicycles. Which is absolutely crazy. Especially due to the temperatures.Written April 9, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We came to the reserve in a small Toyota. The usual way of doing things would be to drive 3m to the lodge, where a fee will have to be paid. We weren't told so we started on the scenic game drive right away, not knowing it was highly unsuitable for small, front wheel cars. I did manage, removing stones and by some fancy driving.
However, we did see many anmials, giraffes, gnus, all kinds of antelopes and smaller animals.
So if you happen to have a 4x4 it is very well worth the trip.Written March 25, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A real treat! Nice, helpful, kind people. Great fun. Enjoy sometjing to eat and enjoy a nice cold beer, before going up the dune.
A must stop!Written June 30, 2022
- Walvis Bay Waterfront shows you the different part of Namibia. This more of high end touristy way of living. As far as waterfront goes, it's nothing special. It's much better toward the pink lake or up to the Langstrand.Written April 9, 2022
- Exhibition a little bit old fashioned, but worth a visit to get a clear view on the colonization and independance of the state of Namibia (take an hour to one hour and a half). One of the highlights of WindhoekWritten August 4, 2022
- classic church architecture, placed on a strategic position, so you can't really miss it. On the other hand it's in a middle of a roundabout, which devalues it's architecture if you ask me.Written April 9, 2022
- Had a year en function there, was so relaxing. Frits made our game drive fun and interesting, learned some new stuff that I did not know. Although it is very dry, Okapuka still takes care of the animals.We had a great laugh wile the ostriches chased the warthogs around.Written November 11, 2019
- Lovely to see the flamingoes up close; it is easy to forget that these are actually wild birds and do not like people getting too close. So keep to the tarred walkway (Lagoon Promenade Road) so that everybody can enjoy these magnificent birds going on with their daily things. The walkway goes from Esplande Park right up to Pelican Bay Hotel, about 3.5kmWritten July 29, 2022
- we drove by Langstrand and took turns to the beach front, when there were roads to the waterfront. I liked the different feel this waterfront has, compare to many others. Since water is not really friendly to swimming, beaches are empty. So you can really take in the nature. Until the smell hits you. At first we thought it's human pee, but later we realized the smell comes from all the wildlife enjoying the beaches.Written April 9, 2022
- Nice insight in the history of the railroads in Namibia, station has a lovely architecture. Former types of railroads.
Do not visit the area by yourselves (but visit in small groups), when nobody is around, one of our friends has been robbed when taking picturesWritten August 5, 2022
- After you have worked your butt off to climb ‘big daddy’ or decided to do half way you have the amazing view over Deadvlei. And of course you have to run or slide downhill to get to this mesmerizing spot. Having a guide with you is a must. He can tell you so much more about the backgrounds of this area.Written July 24, 2022
- We did not join a guided tour and found that we could follow the story of Kolmanskop very well. Do not miss this attraction! A learning experience for all!Written April 17, 2022
- A Very Clean mall with very clean toilets, there is a large selection of nice shops and plenty of places to eat.
People are friendly and smiling, the cinema is nice but they don't have the best selection of candy and such.Written February 14, 2022
- In terms of shopping and food, the Grove has better options. That said, we loved the family entertainment options at this mall. Our kids loved the climbing wall, trampolining, glow in the dark golf and we all enjoyed the ten-pin bowling - great family activity. We found ourselves going back a couple of times during our holiday in Windhoek. Would highly recommend the entertainment area of Maerua Mall.Written August 10, 2019