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If your idea of a dream vacation includes plenty of outdoor adventure, nature photography and scenic views, then Namibia is the ideal spot to explore. It is also home to an amazing number of natural attractions.

At NTT, we’ve created this overview guide to give you a tour on all you stand to enjoy when you travel to Maldives with us

This guide is in 3 parts

Stay: Premium accommodation and lodging choices in Namibia

Eat: Exotic Maldivian cuisine to try out in Namibia

Explore: Things to do & places to go in Namibia

We’ll be focusing on two cities in Namibia: Windhoek and Swakopmund


Hotels to stay in Windhoek

  • Olive Exclusive

The Olive Exclusive is just a few minutes’ drive from the centre of Windhoek. This is one of the most luxury boutique hotels in the country. Everything in the hotel draws you in from their subtle colours, natural materials and carefully chosen photographic artwork. Their suites are luxurious and will give you the best comfort.

  • Am Weinberg

This gorgeous hotel is tucked away in a quiet suburb of Klein Windhoek, offering 41 stylish rooms, great amenities and great views from the Sky Lounge.

  • Hotel Thule

This hotel is perched on the hillside at the capital of Klein Windhoek. Built in the early 2000s, it boasts of stunning views across the city from the pool, the restaurant and a large terrace. The rooms are air-conditioned and spacious with complimentary WIFI throughout the property.

Hotels to stay in Swakopmund

  • Seaside Hotel & Spa

This hotel is literally on the beachfront and it offers guests a chance to relax in the lap of luxury. Not only are the rooms excellently appointed, but guests can also book into the spa for some added rest and recuperation

  • The Hansa hotel

Stepping into the Hansa Hotel is nostalgic, the façade of the building is reminiscent of older days but the quality of the service is at the highest modern standards.

  • The Deutches Haus Hotel

This is a hotel that is consistently praised for its friendly service and good value. It has a lively bar and a good restaurant that helps make a jovial yet congenial atmosphere. There are single rooms, double rooms, family rooms as well as luxury single and luxury double rooms


Namibian cuisine is mostly based on meat, an infinite variety of meats with influences from Germany and England. Namibians love to grill their meat then dress it with rich and tasty sauces.  You will also find famous British Fish & Chips and German sausages throughout the country.

Here are some dishes to try during your stay at Namibia:

  • Mahangu soup

This soup is one of the typical dishes of Namibia which is made with fish, goat meat or lamb and rice.  The ingredients are mixed in an iron pot, mahangu or millet is its main ingredient.

  • Oshithima (Maize or Mahangu Pap)

This is a popular staple food in the northern part of Namibia. Mahangu Pap is a gluten-free porridge made from pearl millet flour. In some areas, people prefer it mixed with both Mahangu and Millie/maize flour.

  • Potjiekos

Potjiekos, literally translates to “small-pot food”, this is a Dutch-influenced dish and it has been adopted in Namibian cuisine.

This dish is popular at parties and picnics. This pot makes all the difference when it comes to this dish.

  • Biltongs

Biltongs are pieces of meat marinated with salt and vinegar, spiced, and then hung to dry for around two weeks. Namibia prides itself on being known as the country with some of the best biltongs, due to the quality of meat used. No Namibian Road trip is complete without a bag of biltongs. This mouth-watering delicacy is also commonly eaten at the cinema.

  • Boerewors

Namibian cuisine is incomplete without Boerewors. The name is derived from Afrikaans/Dutch, which translates to “farmer’s sausage”. Boerewors is made from mostly minced beef, salt, and vinegar. Various spices are added to the mixture, then packed inside the sausage casing.


Explore Windhoek

Windhoek is considered one of the cleanest cities in Africa and its an entry point into Namibia but filled with touristy sites, it is an absolute delight to spend some time in any of its lush and pristine parks, their monuments etc.

Here are some places to explore in Windhoek

  • Visit Avis Dam Nature Reserve

This pretty dam is located on the outskirts of Windhoek, it was built in 1933 by South African colonialists. It is a great spot to escape from the sounds of the city for a while and is blessed with abundant and colourful birdlife.

  • Visit Heroes Acre

This landmark celebrates Namibian independence and national identity. The imposing statue represents all the countrymen who died in the struggle for independence against colonial rule.

  • Alte Feste (Old Fort)

This is another landmark dedicated to the independence of Namibia. It is an old German fortress that now serves as a museum. The building is the oldest in the city and was once a fortress for the first contingent of German colonial troops to arrive in the country.

Explore Swakopmund

Swakopmund is most lively and best town for tourists to visit in Namibia with a beautiful coastal location, charming architecture, exquisite hotels, shops & restaurants

There are adventures in Swakopmund for travellers of all kinds, but particularly adventure seekers, here are some things to try out

  • Take a trip through the desert

Get on a 4-wheeler and zoom your way up some of the tallest nearby sand dunes of the Namib Desert. You’ll see dozens of tourists doing the same thing every day.

  • Go on a Skydiving Adventure

Swakopmund has one of the most unique environments on the planet, meaning you’ll surely get an experience free-falling that is unlike any before

  • Take a Scenic Drive through the plains of Welwitshia Plains

Take a tour of the lands of the historic indigenous plant this region is known for. Taking a tour on the plains of Welwitschia would make you love ecology.

  • Go Horseback Riding

You may have taken a horseback ride before, but you’ve never taken one in an environment like this! Riding a horse along the great, long sandy beaches that stretch miles you’ll look to a side and see the surf of the Atlantic Ocean and on the other side the high-rising dunes of the Namib Desert. What could be better?


1 Passenger – $1,900 per person

2 Passengers – $1,660 per person

3 or more passengers – $1,580 per person


  • Non-appearance visa
  • International flight
  • Airport transfer
  • Tours
  • 4* accommodation with breakfast, 5 nights


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This is a guide itinerary and all tours are subject to change due to availability on indicated days or weather.

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