Canyon Roadhouse

Address: P.O. Box 80205 , Windhoek, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on P.O. Box 80205 , Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Canyon Roadhouse Windhoek

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Travel Blogs from Windhoek

Cheetah Run, Horses, Kittens and Carnivore Feeding

A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Oct 02, 2014

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Today was a great day. Started out by giving a few cheetahs a run. We did this by setting up a piece of string with a rag on a pulley system that was connected to an electric motor. The idea being that the motor powered the rag moving quickly around the ground and the cheetahs chase it. It was a lot of fun and we got two of the three cheetahs chasing it. That is until they got worn out. It doesn't take much for them to get ...

Our last day in Africa

A travel blog entry by esploratore on Sep 13, 2014

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As we walked in Windhoek, more loads built on the horizon, and then....rain! Wow! On our last day here the dry season broke and turned to the first rains of spring! Everyone was very excited.

We ate dinner nearby at a place that was recommended as having African food, La Marmite. One sad thing about Namibia is that, even though it is 93% Black, most of the wealth ...

Ten days in Namibia

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 01, 2014

1 comment, 49 photos

... Sossusvlei. Accommodation here was an isolated desert camp, a few kms out from the tiny town of Sesriem. Sossusvlei is a series of large pans set amongst towering sand dunes, which change colour with the sun, and have a high percentage of iron in the sand.

The dunes are some of the oldest and driest eco systems in the world, and best described as a sea of sand, constantly being sculptured by the ...

Empty city

A travel blog entry by adandgen on Mar 30, 2014

We landed in Windhoek and walked out the airport to look for taxis. There was no one around; very few cars and almost no people. This seemed strange. We went back inside and wandered around for a bit until we found a guy who drove us to our guest house for a really high fee. He also spent the drive telling Suri some spurious sounding facts about Namibia, such as it's illegal to drive with sandals on. The roads seemed very empty (also strange), but the scenery ...

The Rains Down in Africa

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 24, 2014

1 comment

... We tried to argue with the teller, but he remained firm. He would not accept his own country's currency without an ATM receipt. How we wish we had known that policy earlier.

Frustrated, we ran back to the original bank, where the bureau de change line had grown longer and the teller still had not returned. I had noticed signs for a private currency exchange shop in the mall, so Dennis and I decided to check that place out. It turned out to be more of a ...

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