No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
Photos of Meike'S Guesthouse
TripAdvisor Reviews Meike'S Guesthouse Swakopmund
Travel Blogs from Swakopmund
Ma is hajnalban keltünk, elbúcsúztunk a szuper-organikus kunyhónktól, es a reggeli párafoszlányok kozott útrakeltünk az óceán felé. A reggeli huvosben sokkal élénkebbek voltak az állatok is, jópárat lencsevégre kaphattunk:) Alig 100 km múlva a semmi k …
... got the hammock during the daytime and the other got it at night. Before bed we headed over to the waterhole. This was a highlight at every camp spot as it was always lighted and it stayed pretty busy with animals coming in for water. All the water holes are man-made and the only water source in the park during the dry season. We saw lots of rhino, mostly the more uncommon black rhino, spotted hyenas, giraffe, some boks and two ...
... with a beer in the local bar whilst being sung the Lion King theme to by the local choir.
- We visited an ancient dried up oasis in the middle of the desert with mummified trees which were 600 years old.
- We passed through the Tropic of Capricorn and had a standard photo with the sign.
That's all I can think of for now. I think our camp tomorrow will have WiFi so I will try and check in again with anything I've forgotten. I will also add pictures to this post later tonight.
... during the night. Another G group were at the camp so had a great night talking to them and hearing their stories. Up the next morning and to the truck for our hardest day of driving so far - although the distance was not huge the road was practically unpassable by truck and we crawled along hitting vicious bumps along the way (lots of broken bottles in the cool box!) Tired and hot, we arrived in the literal middle of nowhere - surrounded ...
... her people. For the Herero people, the oldest uncle is the most important person in the Herero family. They are more important than the father and should be consulted for everything. She explained that the horn hats they wear signifies the horns of a cow as they were pastoral farmers which we knew already but she also said that the puffiness of the skirt was large like a cow. If Herero men were rich enough they could have four, five or six wives even. This was not everyone, ...