48 Hours in Windhoek [Infographic]

If you ever find yourself with 48 hours to spare in Windhoek, these highlights brought to you from Namibia Tourism and Drive South Africa will ensure that you’re able to enjoy the best that the city has to offer in a limited two days.

48 hours in Windhoek infographic


48 Hours in Windhoek


Tourists’ Favourite Place to Stay

Hilton Windhoek
http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/namibia/hilton-windhoek-WDHHIHI/index.html

Heinitzburg Hotel
www.heinitzburg.com

N/a’aukuse Guest House
www.naankuse.com

Where to Eat

Nice (Culinary School)
Tel +264 61 300 710
info@nice.com.na
www.nice.com.na

O’Portuga  Restaurant
Tel: +264 61 272 900
oportuga@mweb.com.na

Where to Drink

Joe’s Beer house – Windhoek
Tel: +264 61 232 457
info@joesbeerhouse.com
www.joesbeerhouse.com

Camel Thorn – Micro Brewery
Tel: +264 61 411 250
info@camelthornbrewing.com
www.camelthornbrewing.com

What to Do

Equitrails Namibia
Mobile: +264 81 3380743
Fax: +264 61 264429
sam@equitrails.org
www.equitrails.org

Kalahari Sands Casino
Tel: +264 61 280 0000
kalahari.reservations@suninternational.com
http://www.suninternational.com/kalahari-sands/

Unusual Facts

Windhoek is one of the world’s major centres for the karakul sheep-skin trade.

Must Do

Visit to Joe’s Beer House.

Next Stop

Woodcarvers at Okahandja
(2.5 hours drive north of Windhoek)
Tel: +264 67 304 563/4
okonjima@iway.na
www.okonjima.com

Waterberg Plateau
(3 hours north of Windhoek)


Now you can experience a road trip adventure and be sure that you’ll get to enjoy 48 hours in Windhoek.

To experience this cool road trip you need a car, check out 4×4 rental Namibia for renting a car!

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