Duesternbrook Guest Farm

Address: D1499, Windhoek, Namibia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on D1499, Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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      Travel Blogs from Windhoek

      Windhoek, capital city of Namibia

      A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp on Dec 17, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... 6 weeks - a Toyota 4x4 Hilux with tow rooftop tents and all the camping supplies that we would need. What a great vehicle it is. Super comfy seats in both the front and back. Driving is on the right side, so everyone had to get used to that. Learning how to set up the rooftop tents was not as bad as we thought it would be. Five to ten minutes and they are up. They open up like a pop-up book.

      Before Pat and Gail came, Chris and I bought most of the food and ...

      Day 34 - Etosha National Park

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 06, 2014

      1 photo

      After a brisk walk down the big hill in the morning, far easier then the walk up it!! We headed off in search of Etosha National Park, one of the places that I was most looking forward to visiting. We stopped off in a large town and managed to grab Jess some Medicine at the Pharmarcy before getting breakfast at the supermarket, who would know that a Cheese Grizzler would taste just like a Sausage Roll. Jess is really tired today, she has ...

      Caracal and Baboon walks

      A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Oct 01, 2014

      18 photos

      ... a challenge as there was about 15 or so young baboons. Once they got used to you, they were very fond of climbing up onto your should and grooming your hair. They also liked to jump from your shoulders to trees or other peoples shoulders and back again. Very inquisitive and playful. The afternoon involved project work. This was basically painting the equipment in the schools playground. My sister would have been proud! The evening was a quiet one filled with playing ...

      Fin de la première étape.

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Jul 15, 2014

      9 comments, 8 photos

      ... twisted tree full of stories to tell, but too parched to speak.
      By the time we hiked back to Michel, we had already spent an hour in the hot mid-day sun. Back in the shuttle, I caught a quick glimpse of myself in the driver's sideview mirror and my face was tomato-red from the short hike in the heat. I was very low on water and wondered if I should even try the hike up Dune 45 later on. I had some time to think about it since the next stop was Sossusvlei. Sossus is ...

      Ten days in Namibia

      A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 49 photos

      ... the centre of Namibia. Windhoek is Namibia's capital, but with only about 250,000 is quite small – the total population of the country is just over 2 million, so sparsely populated like Botswana.

      From here we headed north to Damaraland and Kaokoveld, where the Himba people are based, and visited a couple of their villages. They farm animals, mainly cows and goats, but also earn money ...