Zur Waterkant

Address: Bremer Strasse, Luderitz, Namibia | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B is located on Bremer Strasse, Luderitz.
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    Travel Blogs from Luderitz

    Africa Day and a public holiday - but not for us

    A travel blog entry by bwanabob on May 25, 2015

    8 comments, 55 photos

    ... Luderitz Tower where Tom did his assets audit and I briefed the controllers on PBN and the approaches we will putting in there.

    We witnessed a rare event at Luderitz - the arrival of the Air Namibia ERJ135 Embraer - and a successful departure to Oranjemund further South.

    After the Tower visit (about 3 hours) we headed into town to do a bit of tourist stuff forgetting it was a public holiday. Luckily we found one cafe open for lunch then did a ...


    A travel blog entry by tonyrwebb on Mar 29, 2015

    ... and help me set up a namibian Sim card for my phone - so could talk with Terry

    And had a really great meal at a hotel on the waterfront -
    drive out to the point - where the portugese furst landed - and established the original town before the germans took over and later the brits and South Efrikaans

    Bits of history emerging via the landscape


    Kairos Cottages - First Break from Camping!

    A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 01, 2015

    27 photos

    ... a couple of uke songs for Christos and his sister, packed up the truck, picked up a few fresh items for our lunch, headed to Agate Beach to see the flamingos, and then were on our way into the Tirasberg Mountains.

    Little did we realize that we had forgotten to take our propane tank, right after filling it up, at the hardware store. That meant no early morning quickly made, tasty coffee for a few days. You can't buy a propane tank in the desert...



    A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Jul 29, 2014

    1 comment, 21 photos

    Purpose built town supporting the diamond industry in the early 1900s with the last residents leaving in 1956. The German designed buildings are slowly vanishing under the sands of the Namib desert - but De Beers, in partnership with the Namibian government, continue to mine diamonds in the restricted area on the other side of the ...

    Mars Luderitz- nous a charmés

    A travel blog entry by maa3 on Jul 08, 2014


    ... In 1908, a railway worker found a shiny object in the sand and that led to the diamond boom in this region and the beginning of the town.
    With the large and sudden influx of aspiring diamond finders, it didn't take long before the area was re-designated as a restricted area under a diamond company. This is still the case today and we were amicably warned to not cross over the fenced area and to not pick up any diamonds that we may come ...