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Where to stay in Namibia


Namibia has a thriving tourist industry and accordingly, its hotels range from basic to luxury to hypermodern – some even feature private pools in the middle of a desert and provide personal butler service for the guests. Many of the big international chains are represented in the capital but the majority of hotels are locally run affairs.

Bed and breakfast

B&Bs are mostly concentrated in Windhoek, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay. Standards vary from owner to owner but most are comfortable, pleasant places to stay.


There are campsites throughout Namibia and almost all of them have a braai (barbecue) area, while some also run game drives and horse-riding trips. Booking in advance is recommended.

Other accomodation

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