Protea Hotel Ondangwa

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

Ondangwa - last work stop

A travel blog entry by bwanabob on Apr 15, 2015

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Wednesday we left Rundu for Ondangwa. Not much to report on this leg other than a very pleasant misty morning on the Kavango River and lunch along the way.

The route we took ran north west along the Angolan border for some time before turning due west again.

We stopped in at Eenhana the regional capital for the area. Eenhana is …

Spotting our first animals

A travel blog entry by jurgli on Aug 09, 2015

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"Da, da - Zebra Zebra Zebra!!!" - that's what we heard Sylvia screaming out from the back of the car!! We were carefully descending down a pretty hairy track, after Lenu got us to the top of hill he REALLY wanted us to get up on. Had to sign a disclaimer as it wasn't a track the farmer who's lodge we stayed at usually lets ...


A travel blog entry by ilonab on May 03, 2015

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We awoke early to watch the sun rise and a jackal visit the waterhole. We headed off to Swakopmund, an old German settlement by the sea. We're were greeted by a chilly white blanket of sea mist at 1.30. In the afternoon. We wandered around town and had coffee and cake out on the freezing jetty, but had to return to our bungalow, for warmer clothes. The mist from the Atlantic Ocean just kept rolling in. We had a fabulous dinner at the local German pub, which served beer in steins and a range ...

Swakopmund and Cape Cross

A travel blog entry by liamhum on Apr 23, 2015

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Up late again today and once again did a few bits and bobs in town. Then late morning we headed out to Cape Cross to see the seal colony. Wow what a sight when we arrived. We were aghast with the number of seals, apparently around 100000 and the stench and the noise was incredible. I have seen many brilliant wildlife sights and this definitely ranked up with one of the best. It was completely fascinating. Unfortunately also saw a few dead pups, which looked as though they had been ...

Day 107: parachuting (without a parachute)

A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 18, 2014

... but we got there. The first run down in the board on the dune was great fun, but definitely over too quick. Then we had to hike back up. I got 3 runs in before I swapped and did a few runs on the lie down board which was (as much as I hate to admit it) so much funner. We just went so fast, in fact Andy and I were speed king and queen, clicking 76km/h on our individual runs and on our tandem run Andy didn't use the breaks at all. My last run down on ...