A guide to planning a vacation in Luderitz on the Atlantic Coast in Namibia, including the history of the German-influenced harbour town and activities that are offered in the area. The colonial architecture of the town is a highlight, as well as the nearby ghost town of Kolmanskop.
Out of a lunar landscape of black volcanic rock and wind-whipped sand materialises the Namibian town of Luderitz. The church steeple proclaims civilization, here where the icy Atlantic ocean and.....more
Luderitz is a quaint harbour town on the Atlantic Coast in Namibia. It boasts German history, art-deco architecture and excursions to the ghost town of Kolmanskop...more
Located at the base of the Namib Desert at the end of the B4 road, Luderitz is a harbour town in Namibia best known for its colonial architecture and its close proximity to the ghost town of Kolmanskop...more
Explore the coastal town of Luderitz in Namibia. Visit the nearby ghost town of Kolmanskop, which is almost swallowed by Namib Desert Dunes. Other Luderitz excursions include...more