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Discover Namibia's finest on this exciting adventure!
Windhoek is well known for offering spectacular sunsets.
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Windhoek

Windhoek is the capital of Namibia, in the country’s central highlands. South of the city, the sprawling Heroes’ Acre war memorial commemorates Namibia’s 1990 independence. On a hilltop in the city center are the 1890s Alte Feste, a former military headquarters with historical exhibits, and Independence Memorial Museum. Colonial influences are visible in nearby buildings like the sandstone Lutheran Christus Church.
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Gaze At The Beautiful Christ Church
Gaze At The Beautiful Christ Church
The Christ Church, also known as Christuskirche, is a Lutheran church and national monument in the capital of Windhoek. It is a great location and landmark for budding photographers to test their skills. The church is immediately recognizable due to its unique architecture, a contradictory combination of neo-Gothic and Art Nouveau styles. The unofficial icon of the city, the church is a tourist favorite.
Stroll Through The Parliament Gardens
Stroll Through The Parliament Gardens
After visiting the Christ Church, be sure to make a stop at the adjacent Parliament Gardens, also known as Namibia’s National Botanical Gardens. With an olive grove, a bowling green and lush lawns, this is the perfect lunchtime spot to relax and enjoy an impromptu picnic. What’s more, entrance to the gardens is free, making this a great pocket-friendly activity. Built in 1932, the gardens are located next to the Namibian parliament, uniquely named Tintenpalast meaning “Ink Palace” as a light-hearted reference to the copious amount of ink used on official documents and paperwork.
Indulge In Retail Therapy At Gustav Voigts
Indulge In Retail Therapy At Gustav Voigts
Enjoy an afternoon of shopping at the Gustav Voigts Shopping Centre. Whether you are looking for jewelry and designer clothes, or safari gear and braai supplies, this center is your one-stop shopping destination in Windhoek. With a tasty selection of bakeries and delis, this is also a great place to grab a snack for the road as you explore the highlights of Windhoek.
And Lastly, Stop In At The Zoo Park
And Lastly, Stop In At The Zoo Park
Kick back and relax in the leafy surrounds of a former zoo. The Zoo Park, which served as a public zoo until 1962, is now a favorite picnic spot and lunchtime retreat among locals and tourists alike. The site of a Stone Age elephant hunt dating back 5,000 years, the park now includes an open-air theater and pond.
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Windhoek Country Club Resort
Windhoek Country Club Resort
Windhoek Country Club Resort: A pure gem of Namibian luxury accommodation. Developed as a resort within the city, the Windhoek Country Club Resort offers businessmen, conference delegates and families the best of both worlds. The resort’s unique combination of exceptional service, luxury accommodation and tranquil setting has ensured that it remains the best in comfort and entertainment in Namibia. Enjoy a rendezvous with Lady Luck at the Desert Jewel Casino, play a round of golf on the superb 18-hole golf course, relax in the lazy river or take in any one of Windhoek’s cultural sites.

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Hotel Heinitzburg
Hotel Heinitzburg
A country representing the true character of Africa enhanced by the widespread influence of various European and African settlers that have helped shape its recent history. Windhoek, the gateway and capital of the country, lies 1,689 meters above sea level, embedded by the “Khomas Highland”. Hotel Heinitzburg is situated on the “Luxury Hill”, five minutes drive from the city center, overlooking the capital and its remarkable highlands. Commissioned in 1914 by Count von Schwerin for his fiancée, Margarethe von Heinitz.

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GocheGana
GocheGana

Situated on a hilltop, Gocheganas Lodge & Spa is only 29 kilometers Southeast of Windhoek. The name Gocheganas means Place of Camel Thorns in the local Damara language. The lodge offers a combination of wildlife and nature. Gocheganas has an outdoor restaurant and open air bar along with a swimming pool and sun beds. Activities on this nature reserve include early morning and afternoon game drives, guided walks and visits to a stone age cave. There are 16 thatched chalets, all boasting a private timber deck , equipped with air-conditioner, television and DVD/CD system, mini-bar and telephone. All 15 rooms have en-suite bathrooms with a separate toilet.

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