Dunedin Star Guest House

Address: Cnr. Daniel Tjongerero & Windhoeker Street, Swakopmund, Namibia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Cnr. Daniel Tjongerero & Windhoeker Street, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, and Tommy's Tours and Safaris.
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      Travel Blogs from Swakopmund

      Living Desert Tour - Swakopmund

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Jan 06, 2015

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... He planned on sharing his love of the awesome beauty of the Namib Desert with us. The coastal dune belt may have seemed barren and lifeless to us, but in fact it was full of a fascinating variety of little desert adapted animals, which were able to survive on the fog which consistently rolls in from the Atlantic Ocean.Shawn saw things that we couldn't see until he pointed them out.


      We saw a transparent Namib Dune Gecko with little webbed feet that ...

      Namibia's Skeleton Coast

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Nov 02, 2014

      48 photos

      ... about a mile behind our camp. It is so very cool to see these incredible artworks here in the middle of nowhere, we can’t wait to do more exploring tomorrow.
      The temperature is really cooling down now, as sunset approaches, and we are thankful that we brought some sweaters with us. It is quite a change from the 110 degree weather we were in just a few days ago in the Kalahari!
      This is a really unique way to see Namibia, we highly recommend ...

      Across the desert

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 98 photos

      ... There were varying levels of mobility amongst the group and some waited at the bottom. I set out with the climbers. It was steep and quite difficult to climb as you slid back with every step. Progress was slow. I think I could have made the summit but the ridge of the dune got narrower and narrower and, with sheer drops on either side, I eventually lost my nerve, turned around (somewhat gingerly) and retraced my steps. The views were great ...

      Township tour and rock engravings

      A travel blog entry by natleith on Jun 30, 2014

      18 photos

      ... coast aptly named due to all the ships that had run aground over the years, then we started our 7 hour drive. We stopped along the way at some road side stalls and were treated by men and women of the Himba tribe who paint themselves with a mixture of oche( clay) butter and bush spices it stains their skin a burnt orange colour the women also cover their hair in this. Other than the clay they only wore a loin cloth. They were very used ...

      The Himba people

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Mar 23, 2014

      ... landscape here is so stark with endless sandy desert. The number of seals was ridiculous: we were told 80 to 100,000. They were absolutely everywhere and stunk really bad also because of the number of dead baby seals whose mothers had not returned. We then travelled to Swakopmund which is the adventure capital of the Nambian coast. A very bleak but modern looking concrete town of wide streets. We were ...