Hotel Pension Rapmund

Address: 6 Bismarck Street, Swakopmund, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6 Bismarck Street, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, and Tommy's Tours and Safaris.
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    A travel blog entry by stefanoandrea on Oct 26, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... tea and worked on the blog for an hour and than we walked back to our hotel. In the evening we tried with part of our group to try another restaurant but it was full so we went back to Napoletana where we had a chicken burger which was huge and good. We had a good dinner and laughed a lot but most of the people were really tired so we got back at the hotel at 10:30. Everyone went on the net for half an hour at the reception where it is the strongest and than went to their rooms. ...

    Swakopmund - A Tug Boat, Sand Dunes Fun & 2* Hotel

    A travel blog entry by mcateers360 on Jul 04, 2015

    22 photos

    ... dunes. The views of the ever changing dunes are just magnificent and the photos don't do them justice. The guide was a bit to slow for our liking as we both just wanted to go faster and play about but we're not allowed :-( Now back into the car for another 6 hour drive to Waterberg Plateau in the north of Namibia. The driving is fun but must admit it is getting monotonous now. So it's back into the wilderness to explore some more. Stay tuned.... The Travelling ...

    Nomad Day 6 - Destination River of Poo???

    A travel blog entry by lindbladtravels on Jun 08, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... environment of the desert. He explained that they were hunter gatherers, and a nomadic people, essentially moving from animal kill site to kill site. He noted that when a hunter killed an animal he would cut off the tail and run back to his home as quickly as possible (so that scavengers would not be able to eat his entire kill before he returned) and re-locate his family to where the animal was killed. If his people had to move very far, those that could not keep up were ...

    Meerkat Manor (D&D Days 12-14)

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Mar 25, 2015

    9 photos

    ... the setting sun on its western face, which caused the granite massif to resemble a burning slag heap. It has the highest peak in Namibia at 2573m.

    Since we left Etosha the roads have all been dirt roads, they're quite well maintained but they all have those kind of tractor ridges (corrugated) in them all the way along so it was basically like sitting on a broken tumble drier.

    We pulled over to speak to some real Himba people. The ...

    Roadtrip part 2: Swakop and crazy adventures!

    A travel blog entry by katrine-t on Feb 20, 2015

    42 photos

    After having spent three full days in Etosha I left the german couple in Outjo and set off on my own. In just a few days I saw the petrified forest, ancient rock art at Twyfelfountein, and rock paintings at Brandberg mountain. When I reached Cape Cross I saw thousands and thousands of wild seals - they say there is more seals than humans in Namibia, even with a population of only 2,1 million people that is pretty incredible! Finally in Swakopmund, ...