Central Lodge

Address: 5th Street, PO Box 661, Keetmanshoop, Central Plateau, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 5th Street, PO Box 661, Keetmanshoop.
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Travel Blogs from Keetmanshoop

Red Dunes, Mud Flats, Quiver Trees plus Sand

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jul 23, 2014

5 photos

... would disappear into these craggy solitary hills or a field of beige grass would appear. Birds, Oryx and other antelope could be seen as I sped past. At one pout I crossed a beautiful dry gorge, that reminded me of Ormiston Gorge in the centre of Australia.

It took me a littler longer than expected to get to the settlement of Solitaire, which is not only famous for a solitary crossroads, but rather bizarrely, for the bush bakery that ...

Three weeks offline

A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Jul 02, 2014

8 comments, 7 photos

... having often holidayed together this was their very first camping trip and it was a learning curve for everyone. Packing and unpacking the trailer and cars with all the "essential" equipment took some time with setting up tents and sorting food feeling a bit like organised chaos at times but everybody pitched in and we always got it done. Fortunately for me my Toyota is a good set up and there were frequent requests for "stuff" like a tin opener that worked, or a better hammer ...

Fish River Canyon

A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Mar 20, 2014

19 photos

... with the Orange River 110 k east of the Atlantic. Over Millennia it has carved one of the world's greatest Canyons a 550 metre deep chasm that twist for 160 k trough eroded cliffs of ancient sandstone , shale & Lava deposited almost 2 billion years ago. The wide open Africa road brought us around Ai Ais trough the Fish River Conservation Area north true Seeheim by the Naute Dam to Keetmanshoop. Nambias road-system has only about 15 % tarred the majority ...

On the edge, Fish River Canyon

A travel blog entry by mikeandedwina on Sep 16, 2013

3 photos

... as they provide everything for you and you don't need to rely on the water pools in the canyon for water. Hence we assumed lots of people would come here to hike but it seems not. Therefore I think we will be only one of a handful of folk who have done it this year! Little old us! (The Codgers!). We arrived in Namibia on Thursday and love it. More in the next ...

Fish River Canyon - it wont let me put it in

A travel blog entry by argieuk on Aug 28, 2013

15 photos

... the Orange River, which is the border with Namibia. And there my fears about border guards and customs officers, originally triggered by my trip with Martin, came back. However, they weren't too bad here, and the one guy became quite friendly when we discovered that he and I share the same birthday!
On into my birthland, and although the Namaqua flowers had persisted to the border, they were suddenly not there at all. The terrain changes quite ...

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