Protea Hotel Walvis Bay

Address: Corner Sam Nujoma and 10th road, Walvis Bay, 9000, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Corner Sam Nujoma and 10th road, Walvis Bay, is near Twyfelfontein.
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    Travel Blogs from Walvis Bay

    Parker's/Gibbs's Walvis Bay

    A travel blog entry by stprichmond1 on Jan 15, 2015

    24 photos

    Walvis Bay, lovely little town, had two suites at the Protea Hotel - great in every respect but much like any other hotel.

    Dinner in the sea at The Raft- stunning place and food.

    Next morning went on the Mola Mola cruise on a catamaran, seal jumped on board that Steve stroked and Neil slapped! Several pelicans landed on board, …

    I am the Walvis

    A travel blog entry by illuminati on Apr 20, 2015

    1 comment, 31 photos

    Namibia is a peaceful and stable country, with a low crime rate despite the 30% unemployment rate. The streets were wide and gridlike, I suspect due to the German influence.

    The population of Namibia is 2.5 million, but due to mining and mass immigration the population is set to increase rapidly. Brangelia had their first biological child, Shiloh, here. My only previous knowledge of Namibia was when Nicola and I had to do a research project in ...

    Swanning around in Swakopmund

    A travel blog entry by ozvere on Apr 06, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    Another shore excursion, another country; what adventures are in store? Well, pleased to report that this was the exact antithesis of Reunion experience. First a history / geography lesson... Walvis Bay is the only enclosed natural harbour along what is known as the Skeleton Coast. It is squeezed in between the Namib Desert and the South Atlantic Ocean. Originally Portuguese, the British, requiring a port to protect their trading routes to South Africa, ...

    Day 110: The march of the lemmings

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 21, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... a bit of struggle getting up to the top as every step was like stepping in sandy treacle. But the view was stunning at the top as you could see every other dune and all the salt plains interspersing them. Only one way to get down from here though. Falling down. What looked like a 20 second run turned into a two minute battle through the fiery sands of hell. Collapsing at the bottom I now know what caused all these salt plains, the sweat that was pouring forth from my whole ...

    Walvis Bay, Namibia

    A travel blog entry by mtgirard on Oct 26, 2014

    43 photos

    ... became a party of 12 who hired a van that took us to all the tourist spots. Walvis Bay is in the country of Namibia and it was colonized by the Germans who mined it for gold and diamonds. As with other colonizing empires, the indigenous population was mostly wiped out. Namibia's landscape is desert and it hosts the tallest sand dunes in Africa. I was amazed by this fact. The architectural ...