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

      Day 34 - Etosha National Park

      A travel blog entry by stuiesmith119 on Oct 06, 2014

      1 photo

      ... cute look on her face when she stretches, I'm learning all about her everyday, when it's sleep time you just leave her too it, I can't wait to find out more. We arrived in Etosha just after 1pm and set up camp, only to find out that we were at the wrong campsite and would have to drive 200km to the correct one. Poor old Kip, this wasn't actually his fault though. The drive was well worthwhile though, we saw numerous elephants, ...

      Our last day in Africa

      A travel blog entry by esploratore on Sep 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... do it for me. It was West African (NOT Namibian), and run by a Chinese man. In fact, half of the menu offered Chinese food. On the plus side it was more authentic than the other favorite among tourists, Joes Beer House, and we saw mostly locals eating there. The locals ordered Chinese. When asked what was distinctly Namibian, the waitress seemed a bit puzzled at first but thane suggested ...

      Fin de la première étape.

      A travel blog entry by maa3 on Jul 15, 2014

      9 comments, 8 photos

      ... word for where the waters gather. There's no hiking at this main viewpoint, but that's not the reason for going there. This is where the waters collect when the Tsauchab River has enough volume and momentum to push its waters into the sand-sea region. It is one of the most popular destinations in the country, yet I felt very isolated by the heat and enormous dunes surrounding me in all directions. As we drove away, I watched a springbok feeding under a solitary green tree. ...

      Ten days in Namibia

      A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jun 01, 2014

      1 comment, 49 photos

      ... the ridges through the soft sand, but it was fun running down them after the climb.

      From high up, Dead Vlei looks like a flat salt pan, and does in fact contain a lot of salt, but the surface is actually a dried marsh, with petrified trees all around. There are a number of dried marshes and many dunes in this long valley. Later that day we did a short hike through Sesriem Canyon. It isn’t a ...

      The Rains Down in Africa

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 24, 2014

      1 comment

      ... belongings, but everything was accounted for. We are generally very smart about keeping bags, purses, valuables, etc. tucked well away and out of reach of pickpockets when in questionable areas. When you're wandering through a capital city's sketchy downtown with a large travel backpack, though, something is going to be vulnerable. We try to pack so that the vulnerable items are not the expensive items, which I guess worked in this instance. Anyway, it was OK in the ...