The delightful Bavarian style town of Swakopmund in Namibia is situated snugly between sea and desert. It is a classical coastal town, where many adrenaline seekers find reprieve. Water and sand based adventure sports are the order of the day from quad biking in the dunes, sand boarding, sky diving and catamaran cruises.
In terms of Flora, both the Welwitschias Mirabilis and the Kokerbaum are exclusive to Namibia. This strange plant only grows on the stony plains of the north Namib and to behold its most beautiful specimens we recommend that you take the excursions to Welwitschias Drive or Welwitschias Valley, a few kilometres to the north-east of Swakopmund.
See recommended Swakopmund accommodation in Namibia below.
Beach Lodge is a Hotel in Swakopmund that provides you with self catering and bed and breakfast facilities a stone's throw away from the scenic beachfront...more
Hansa Hotel, voted the best in Namibia for 2 years, is the perfect base to explore Swakopmund, surrounding desert and Walvis Bay. Not only is Hansa Hotel world renowned for its outstanding cuisine...more
Hotel Zum Kaiser in Namibia is an ideal luxurious Swakopmund beach resort getaway - brilliant for thrill seekers in quest of Namibia’s living desert and its’ vast attractions....more
Of late, this beachfront Hotel in Namibia is well known for hosting one of the worlds most famous Hollywood couples, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt...more
Royal Benguela Guesthouse, a very modern and comfortable Swakopmund Guesthouse in Namibia, is only a few minutes walk from the beach and the city centre...more
Strand Hotel Swakopmund is the perfect base destination to explore Swakopmund and neighbouring Namibia attractions....more
The Swakopmund Guesthouse is an upmarket Swakopmund hotel in Namibia that is central to town and beach attractions...more
This Swakopmund Hotel boasts a wide range of activities to enjoy combined with comfortable accommodation in Swakopmund...more
This Namibian lodge is situated in Swakopmund, Namibia - a charming small town of the German colonial period with numerous picturesque buildings. Swakopmund Sands Hotel...more