The Secret Garden Guesthouse

Address: 36 Bismarck Street, Swakopmund, 9000, Namibia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 36 Bismarck Street, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, and Tommy's Tours and Safaris.
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    Travel Blogs from Swakopmund

    We Make a Plan

    A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Jun 07, 2015

    ... are fast asleep again by this point). We have an awesome guide team of Wycliffe, Jocelyn and Elisha. Wycliffe has a catchphrase of saying "we make a plan" after something has gone wrong, which everyone just loves. "If we get lost, we make a plan".

    We've covered miles and miles and miles of nothingness. Deserts, mountains, canyons, green plains - it's pretty epic scenery out here. Aside from the views, the other good thing about the long truck journeys is the wildlife we get ...

    Day 310

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... are two students free falling before us. The little plane took off, one of the students, a chap about my age was very excited, he kept whooping and shouting, he calmed down a little as we gradually climbed higher and higher. The views were amazing, the ocean, the desert and Swakopmund. The excited chap pointed out the sand golf course, the oldest of only five in the world, also the lagoons where the local salt industry work. It took ...

    Namibia: Damaraland to Spitzkoppe to Swakupmund

    A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... land and poster paint blue skies. After setting up camp in our first Damaraland stop, we went for a walk and scaled the nearest orange hill of ancient rock and very spiky trees, and were taken aback by the beauty of the landscape that greeted us: one that has been (apart from a few electricity pylons) completely unscathed by the human hand. It was surprisingly windy at the top despite the heat, and gave us a clue to how the temperature ...

    Meerkat Manor (D&D Days 12-14)

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Mar 25, 2015

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    ... My favourite! As soon as we put our tent up Pete, Nadine and I went straight to meet the two baby meerkats. We followed them around for ages, watched them dig for grubs. They turned out to be rescued "pets". The owner had found them abandoned when they were just babies and named them Tom and Gerry. They are now 11 months old and adorable! I think they just give them water and they search for their own food which is cool. The woman at the bar made a gurgling clicking noise ...

    Thank you Sunday

    A travel blog entry by karenkost on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... centre and a ride back to the airport for $100 Canadian dollars. You will be happy to know that again, we passed the Ebola testing station upon arrival into Namibia.

    The ribbon of highway into Windhoek wound and dipped through barren land speckled only by scrubby bushes and wild baboons to which we saw several. It was our first time since Smith Road on January 31 that we were able to look out at nothing. It was a beautiful nothing. The ...