Cape cross is a small headland in the South Atlantic in Skeleton Coast, western Namibia, on the C34 highway some 60 kilometres north of Hentiesbaai and 120 km north of Swakopmund on the west coast of Namibia.
From the Parliament Gardens to Lover's Hill, Windhoek has plenty of attractions to offer its visitors. Tour the city's most famous landmarks, as well as some of its best kept secrets, on this tour Windhoek and Katutura, a township that holds tight to tradition and represents the broad diversity of Namibian culture.
Hit the highlights of history-packed Windhoek on this in-depth, half-day tour—the perfect introduction to the Namibian capital. Get an enriching overview of the city’s major sights, from early 20th-century Heinitzburg Castle to the German-built Alte Feste, or Old Fort. You’ll also enjoy plenty of time to mix with locals in the city’s sprawling residential districts, with a stop for Namibian street food.
Discover the region’s cultural heritage on a half-day tour of Mondesa and the Democratic Resettlement Community from Swakopmund. Meet important members of the local community, visit a local restaurant and bar, and gain insight into Damara and Herero culture as you explore the township, with insights provided by your guide.
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.This is an ideal shore excursion for those travelers with limited time in Swakopmund because this tour explores the main interests in Swakopmund,this will be a quick introduction about the history of Swakopmund and the Township in our community.
The Himba are a tribe of nomadic pastoralists who live in the Kaokoland region of Namibia. The Himba are descendants of a group of Herero shepherds who fled to the north-west after being displaced by the Nama.
The Himba are indigenous people with an estimated population of about 50,000 in northern Namibia, in the Kunene region and across the Kunene River in Angola.
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.
Windhoek City Tours Business Opportunities | Food and Cultural Experiences
Our Tourists gets the Opportunity to network plus have an overview of business opportunities in Windhoek, but also gets to witness the Township with diverse cultures and food experiences
An authentic "Bushmen" experience and Wild Camping with no fences or other boundaries in the middle of the desert in Deception Valley. A real and authentic nature and culture experience.
We try to make the camping experience as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Let our experienced team let you take on an adventure in the wild of Botswana.
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.
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.
Get an insider’s tour of Modensa Township on this guided excursion from Swakopmund, which includes a tasty home-cooked meal and local musical performance. Learn about the region’s diverse tribes during this hands-on introduction. You’ll also visit the town’s crafts center, enjoy a beer at a local tavern, and get a chance to take souvenir photographs in the bustling market.
Experience local life, culture, sights, dances, interaction, and sounds that our bush has to offer. A very unique and unforgettable Namibian cultural adventure.
What to expect:
• Learn about the real issues which face ordinary people in these communities in the Eastern Kalahari area.
• Come witness the reality between the old and new world of our local people.
• Visit a township and witness the life challenges but yet see smiles on their faces.
• Make friends with Namibians whom you would not otherwise meet.
• Support the local communities through, volunteerism, cultural and community tourism
• Be part of and seek to assist local communities trying to support themselves through income generated projects and community development programmer.
• Escape to a peaceful and tranquil rural environment spending plenty of quality time with your local host
• There is an opportunity for those want to switch-off and meditate in our Kalahari Bush.
Explore the coastal city of Swakopmund, which sits on the edge of the Namib Desert, on a half-day walking tour. Learn about the city’s German and English colonial history from your engaging tour guide and visit key landmarks including the highest dune in the area, the German Marine Memorial and Lighthouse, and the local flea market.
Local Experirnce in Swakopmund ,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.In addition, you can interact with locals and immerse yourself in the heart of African culture and history. You will have the opportunity to learn a few words in khoe-khoe , the local language, and understand the meaning of the term " buntu" . Do you know why he is so important today in Africa?
Windhoek, the capital of Namibia is situated in the central region of the country at the average altitude of 1650 meters above sea level and renowned for its blend of German colonial buildings.
You not only leave with knowledge about Namibia but with friendship as well.
Learn about Namibia’s diverse cultures and traditions during this half-day, insider-led tour of Mondesa Township, in Swakopmund. Understand the country’s different tribal groups, including the Ovambo, Damara, Herero, and Ovahimba. Highlights include a tasty meal in a local home and a chance to observe daily life in the community.
Lying between a high inland plateau and the Atlantic Ocean, the Namib Desert extends along the coast of Namibia, merging with the Kaokoveld Desert into Angola in the north and south with the Karoo Desert in South Africa.
This tour offers a unique insight into the beautiful town that is Swakopmund. This tours educates our visitors about the rich heritage. This tours also informs the guests all the history and culture that lives in Swakopmund as well as how Swakopmund came to be.
Explore different cultures and meet local people in the Community of Mondesa with your local, personal tour guide, get to know Namibia better with the history, learn about the different tribes in Namibia from Ovambo, Damara, Herero and the Ovahimba people. Explorer the Swakopmund Township on bicycle with your guide,have a view of Swakopmund sarounding and learn about the local community,You will get a unique chance to visit homes, Have a local traditional meal at a family home and get a glimpse of the daily life in the township
Our Cultural Cycling 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”
Exploring the heart and soul of Namibia with your local guide,
Including return transfer, this tour is a great way to escape the city and enjoy both being in the bush, and meeting the San people. Your visit also helps contribute to sustaining the traditional practices of the oldest cultural group in the world, by teaching the younger generation that these traditions are of value.
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.
Explore Swakopmund with your private tour guide.
Swakopmund is a German settlement on the coast of Namibia from the 1892's to just before the first world war. Situated 30km north of Walvis Bay in the mouth of the Swakop river, this town has really beautiful surroundings.
Light-heartedly referred to as "Little Germany" by many travelers, the building style in the old part of town is distinctly German.
Gaze at the majestic dune belt along the way to Swakopmund, with a short visit to Dune 7 where you can touch and see the sand up close.
Once in Swakopmund, as you have a wide variety of things to do. You can choose between the Railway Station, the Steam Tractor "Martin Luther", the Swakopmund museum at the lighthouse, or the Krystall Gellerie, home of the largest quartz crystal.
Please remember that if you want to buy any curios in Swakopmund that you will need a copy of your passport
Last on your agenda is the coastal highway
It's quite a memorable place, so bring your camera!
Cape Cross is a small headland in the South Atlantic in Skeleton Coast, Western Namibia, on the C34 highway some 60 kilometres north of Hentiesbaai and 120 km north of Swakopmund on the west coast of Namibia.Highlights will be to visit the famous Shipwreck site. As well as to stop over at Hentiesbaai and then proceeding on to Cape Cross.