Protea Guesthouse Indongo

12 Moses Garoeb Street, Swakopmund, Namibia | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 12 Moses Garoeb Street, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, and Tommy's Tours and Safaris.
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    Travel Blogs from Swakopmund

    Township tour and rock engravings

    A travel blog entry by natleith on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... to an area called Twyfelfontein ( doubtful spring ) which is one of the most extensive rock art galleries around, the sun was setting as we started our walk into the area I was surprised to find all the art on rocks outside and not in caves not sure why I was expecting them to be in caves but there they were carved into the rock face using quarts stone they have been dated to be at least 6000 years old! Amazing as most bushmen have ...

    Skeleton Coast

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on May 18, 2014

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    ... again, they get pregnant 1 week after
    delivering and so are almost permanently pregnant. The area is known
    as Cape Cross because of the cross erected by the Portuguese sailor
    Diaz in 1480 and there is still a replica there today. Leaving there
    the area started to get much more salty and as we approached the town
    we came across a huge sea salt factory. We then entered the town of
    Swakopmund where we found a campsite for the ...

    Falling from the sky

    A travel blog entry by tomandgem on Apr 28, 2014

    19 photos

    ... shuffled to the open door. Before I could wish him luck, Tom and his strapped in friend disappeared out of the door into the big blue sky! Then it was my turn…my feet dangled from the plane and I could see the blue of the sky and the orange of the desert…then I just couldn’t look! We rocked backwards and forwards and tumbled freely through the air. My heart rolled into my stomach and Dries began ...


    A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... jelly fish in the water all around the ship just as we were coming in to port. The desert is all around the port and bay. Today is hot but we manage to go ashore as soon as the ship berthed which was just before 9am. Caught the free shuttle bus to the lagoon where there are hundreds of flamingoes and some pelicans. As we walked around the lagoon there are lots of quite large fish jumping, Paul wants his fishing rods (shame). Also in the water is a ...

    The Himba people

    A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Mar 23, 2014

    ... landscape here is so stark with endless sandy desert. The number of seals was ridiculous: we were told 80 to 100,000. They were absolutely everywhere and stunk really bad also because of the number of dead baby seals whose mothers had not returned. We then travelled to Swakopmund which is the adventure capital of the Nambian coast. A very bleak but modern looking concrete town of wide streets. We were ...