Beach Lodge Swakopmund

1 Stint St, Swakopmund, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Swakopmund

Sand, sand dunes and more sand

A travel blog entry by pricklyleaf

20

The day after our arrival into Swakopmund a couple of us headed into the dunes for some sandboarding. We certainly got our exercise walking up the dune repeatedly. I had naiivly thought, that they would put us beginners onto a small slope at least to start off with, but we were on the same very steep, high slope as the advanced people EEK! …

Swakopmund Town

A travel blog entry by smber1

1

Arrived in Swakopmund, Namibia's premiere beach resort. Much German architecture here. Took a look about the township. Lovely markets down by the beach with wood carvings and such. Young kids in traditional garb dancing about. Sam took to the quad biking in the afternoon. The group was taken by bus to the desert just outside the township. He …

Namibia

A travel blog entry by fragglerock

18

Went rafting with John on the Wednesday - a gloriously hot day as my legs got toasted - was quiet apprehensive about the not being not able to swim thingy but was comforted by the fact that even if you were in trouble you would probably be goosed anyway - 23 rapids - 1st one John went in for a swim - kind of broke the raft on number 8 - a few bumps …

Namibia, sand, desert and Springbok

A travel blog entry by peytjo

Namibia 11 Nov - 22 Nov On the train to Kapri Mposhi and in Jolly Boys in Livingston we met a Kiwi (Greg) and a young English chap (Will). Between the 4 of us we hired a car to do the tour of Namibia. Namibia is a large country, about 18m km2 with a population of only around 2m - quite a lot of sand then. We got the overnight bus from Livingston to …

From Sossusvlei to Swakopmund

A travel blog entry by happylands10

7

... the sand! The sea was there in the distance and Not Beachfront! Anyway being the optimists that we are, we started noticing the positives - it only cost us R850 per night for all 6 of us and it also had a super big kitchen that was very well equipped! Also we have no neighbors so making a noise is not a problem! We have all fallen in love with Swakop. It is a gorgeous little town - so German you could be in Germany! It is completely surrounded by desert - how they grow ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 Stint St, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, Tommy's Tours and Safaris, and Desert Express.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent