Protea Hotel Ondangwa

Main Road, Ondangwa, Namibia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Main Road, Ondangwa, is near Twyfelfontein.
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Travel Blogs from Ondangwa

Fish river canyon

A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Aug 05, 2014

Leaving Namibia today and entering South Africa, only 3 nights left on this part of the trip. Yesterday was surprised by the tour leaders as they took us to Fish River Canyon, dropped us all off at one view point to walk back to another view point to watch the sunset. On our return to the viewpoint they had set up cheese and biscuit and wine for us to watch the sunset axis group, who would believe how very civilised that was. On the 4th August went to the famous sand dune 45 in ...

Goodbye Swakopmund

A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Aug 02, 2014

So we are leaving Swakopmund today after 2 days at the seaside community, morning mist which has made it cold but now heading off to the desert. Spend 3 hours this morning doing a township tour, being taught how to speak local bush language with lots of clicks very strange but ...

Two night in a hostel

A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Aug 01, 2014

So been to Zambia, Botswana and currently in Namibia, having two nights in a hostel so have a shared dorm but at least in a bed! Have 7 nights left on this tour, only 5 in a tent! Then start again but the next time with company. Swakopmund is ...

Fog, concrete, sand, cold, wind plus illness

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jul 17, 2014

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... spoke little English but confirmed they were there to collect the Guano. Seeing Dad’s face when he understood what they were collecting ****, commercially was… priceless. He then saw that access was not only futile but dangerous. I felt sorry for the workers.


Back at the B&B he seemed disconsolate. His vision of the St Tropez of Africa was in ruins and he was not the same afterwards, and he started to feel unwell. The temperature ...

Sand, Sweat and Sea- Walvis Bay, Namibia

A travel blog entry by lottyh on Apr 04, 2014

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... the dunes and threw our cares to the
sand and the wind!






Namibia
is visually striking and for me it was love at first sight. It is
definitely a must to come back and explore more!!!















































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