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Start your day with an adventure on this small-group hike through the Daan Viljoen Game Reserve. Walk with a guide and a group of eight people or fewer for roughly three miles (five kilometers), looking out for animals like zebras, wildebeests, kudus, giraffes, and more along the way. This tour includes park entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off.
Explore the food, culture, and history of Namibia with a tour of the Township of Mondesa in Swakopmund. Lead by a guide who grew up in the township, visit markets, schools, and homes where you can try traditional food with a local family and see daily life in the township. The tour includes cultural stories, education, and a live performance from a local choir.
Visit Mondesa township with a local on a half-day tour that’s a personalized introduction to the community: you’ll walk through the township market, join locals for a beer, eat lunch in a family home, and watch a Mondesa choir perform. The most impoverished part of Swakopmund, Mondesa is a world away from the city’s tourist sites, but taking in the township alongside a local ensures a rich—and respectful—experience.
You want to experience the social/night life in Windhoek by crawling (not literally) through diffent bars and have a taste of the different beer options that we enjoy in Namibia?
We have a designated guide for your safety but we will mostly walk from one bar to another, you have a drink of your choice, interact and simply dance and enjoy yourself. If you are ready, so are we, make the booking and we will see you soon. Cheers!
Guests will be guided through surrounding of Swakopmund Township visiting a couple of authentic local homes of the Damara,Ovambo and herero people which allows them with the exclusive opportunity to spend time with their hosts understanding their origins, cultures, traditions and their approach to human daily lives within the harsh conditions. Damara Day Tour is Guided by local people from Swakopmund Township,Namibia is an ideal destination for travellers seeking an unforgettable African experience in a uniquely beautiful untamed wilderness, and immersion into a different culture. To do this you’ll need someone who knows the country and the people like the back of his hand.
It is a highly involving tour, giving you the chance to walk the streets, hear the children at play, smell the sidewalk barbecues, taste locally brewed beer and try some of the local food like the mopane worms. Primarily conducted via bicycle, this unique tour gives you the chance to gain a glimpse.
We encourage you to discover and explore our exiting Cycling and Walking Tours.If you looking for a unique way to experience township culture, where the other majority of people live, where you get up close and personal, meet and greet locals with a local guide. Then choose from one of our eco-friendly Cycling, Walking or driving by car tours in Mondesa Township.Exploring the heart and soul of Namibia with your local guide, you are able to get to know the true African Authentic Hospitality.Explore different cultures and meet local people in the Community of Mondesa with your local, personal tour guide, get to know Namibia better, learn about the different tribes in Namibia from Ovambo, Damara, Herero and the Ovahimba people.
Our Cultural Township Tours are all about the people. To truly experience the warmth, friendliness and humanity of township residents of Mondesa Swakopmund, you have to walk its streets. Hear the children at play, smell the sidewalk barbecues, taste locally brewed beer and not to forget the food, local mopane worms, learn to say “Uuharapo” and the Click language, experience what is meant by “Ubuntu”
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- Pick up and drop off at your accommodation
- Visit Open Market in the township
- Walk in the streets of Mondesa, while taking pictures of kids and houses
- Visit schools and Kindergarden
- Visit community arts and craft projects
- Learn the click language from the Damara tribe
- Experience a local meal prepared at a family home
- End your tour with a live performance by a local choir from the Township
You get to ride up a sand dunes and through a dry river bed on a Fat Bike, with balloon-like tyres. Experience where the desert meets the sea at Sandwich Harbour, on the edge of the World Heritage Site. Giving you a full view of the "Old City" and surrounding desert area.
You want to experience the social/night life in Windhoek by crawling (just not literally) through diffent bars and have a taste of the different beer options that we enjoy in Namibia?
We have a designated guide for your safety, we mostly walk from one bar to another, you have a drink of your choice, interact and simply dance and enjoy yourselves with us. If you are ready, so are we, make the booking and we will see you soon. Cheers!
Our Cultural Township Tours are all about the people. To truly experience the warmth, friendliness and humanity of township residents of Mondesa, you have to walk its streets. Hear the children at play, smell the sidewalk barbecues, taste locally brewed beer and not to forget the food, local mopane worms, learn to say “Uuharapo” and the Click language, experience what is meant by “Ubuntu”Explorer the Eco-friendly Cycling Township Tour with your private local Guide
Explore different cultures in Mondesa and meet local people in the Community with your local, personal tour guide, get to know Namibia better, learn about the different tribes in Namibia from Ovambo, Damara, Herero and the Ovahimba people.
Experience a local Traditional meal prepared at a family home in the Township / Lunch or Dinner
End your tour with a live performance by a local choir from the Township
Our Cultural Township Tours are all about the people. To truly experience the warmth, friendliness and humanity of township residents of Mondesa Swakopmund, you have to walk its streets. Hear the children at play, smell the sidewalk barbecues, taste locally brewed beer and not to forget the food, local mopane worms,learn about different cultures in Namibia
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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.
A guided tour from Swakopmund to Namibia’s popular “Moon Landscape” is made easy on a guided tour. Private transportation brings you directly from your hotel to the famous dunes, where a guide highlights the area’s history—distinct from anywhere else in the world. Inclusions such as lunch and national park fees make for a hassle-free outing.
Swakopmund, known as the prime holiday resort of Namibia, was founded in August 1892 by the German Colonial Reich. For many years this town was the main harbour for the territory, being served by the mole and later the jetty. Both these structures still exist. Many historical buildings dating from that area are still being used and are rated as historical monuments. The distinct German Colonial character of Swakopmund has been well preserved and is undoubtedly a key attraction for tourists and entrepreneurs.
The walking tour of Historical Swakopmund concentrates on the historical part of Swakopmund. Your guide will relate the history of Swakopmund and explain the origin of the various historical buildings in town. However, the tour is not confined to the historical center, but also includes the northern suburbs and the townships which we will visit by motor-vehicle.
The guide will pick you up at your hotel in Swakopmund , to start a tour of the Mondesa district. During this visit, you will discover the daily life of the inhabitants and the influence of apartheid in this area of the city.
Mondesa was the exiled neighborhood where blacks were sidelined during apartheid , while whites and rich were concentrated in the city center. Although the system of racial segregation was abolished in 1991, it is still possible today to observe the traces of this dark part of history.
You will stroll through the streets of Mondesa, discovering its culture. You will see the kindness of the people, who will not hesitate to welcome you and invite you to taste one of their craft beers or some of their typical dishes , such as mopane worms (grilled caterpillars). During the visit, you can enjoy other traditional dishes, so that your cultural immersion is complete.
A visit to the Etosha National Park is definitely one of the highlights of travelling in Namibia. Etosha, which was declared a game park by the administration in 1907, covers an area of more than 22.000 square kilometers. In its centre lies a vast salt-pan surrounded by grass and Savannah, bush land in the west and dry forest in the north-east. Million years ago, this area was an enormous lake, fed by the Kunene river. Come and explore with us this animal paradise for 3 days.
This a very unique Historical walking trip for clients that would like to have a township tour, you will have a guide for 2.5 Hours taking you to the Historical points within the CBD of Windhoek with knowledgeable background on the history of Namibia. All you will need to take along on this walking tour is a Miniral water, Sunglasses and a head with comfortable sandals or shoes.
Experience the vibrant,vivid social culture of Namibians or Walvisbay Townships.on one of the many tours available around the country.An emotional and eye-opening experience,everytownship visit is an opportunity to interact with an authentic and energetic aspect of Namibia culture.with the shebeens and the open market and the shoe makers and watch makers,bicycles repairs.the townships reflect a unigue culture that has emerged through the struggle of the apartheid years.wether you want to swap stories with locals at owera games.browse through the local curios and art works or visit famous sites of the struggle against the apartheid regime,you’ll soak in the vibrant.
For an Adventure a visit to the coast is not complete without visiting the township.