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Ghost towns

in the desert

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Lüderitz

Harbour

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Wild horses

of the Namib

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Bogenfels

rock arch

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Colonial architecture

in Lüderitz

Activities in and around Lüderitz

An overview of activities in Lüderitz and surroudings.

Service

 

Rates

01.11.2017 - 31.10.2018

Shuttle service: BB - Airport

N$ 600

City tour: +- 150 min (Goerke house, Lüderitz Museum, Shark Island and city centre)

N$ 550

Long tour around the peninsula: +- 210 min (Sturmvogelbucht, Diaz Point, Halifax, Große Bucht)

N$ 950

Short tour around the peninsula: +- 120 min (Sturmvogelbucht, Diaz Point, Halifax)

N$ 700

Tour to the agate beach: +- 120 min (Game watching of oryx, spring buck, flamingo and wild goose. Beach walks and collecting of agates)

N$ 650

Tour to Kolmanskop: (Entry fee of N$ 80.00 / Adult * not included in rate)
* February 2017

N$ 650

Lüderitz

Lüderitz

Lüderitz was founded 1883 by the German trader Adolf Lüderitz. The town is marked by German colonial architecture still to this day.

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Kolmanskop

Kolmanskuppe

Kolmanskop, an abandoned diamond town built around 1910, is the most famous ghost town in Namibia. The ghost town of Kolmanskop is close to Lüderitz.

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Bogenfels

Bogenfels

The Bogenfels rock arch is a 55 m high lime rock formed like a bridge. It is situated at the south Atlantic coast in the middle of the Restricted Diamond Area about 100 km south of Lüderitz.

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Zur Waterkant English

A map with the Zur Waterkant Guesthouse and some activities and points of interest

Accommodation