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Windhoek Travel and Tourism

Windhoek is located in Namibia and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 22.57° S and longitude : 17.0836° E.
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Adventure Travel to Africa - Your Trip of Namibia - Windhoek
Adventure Travel to Africa - Your Trip of Namibia If you are tired of the same old tourist traps and the usual mind numbing summer destinations, then maybe you are long overdue for a unique African holiday. Africa, the mysterious land of rich history is so much more than just a destination. Africa is an adventure in itself. Ecotourism is being pushed as a reliable and sustainable industry for developing countries in Africa. As an eco tourist, not only would you be contributing to the sustainability of biodiversity of the area, but also help local communities augment their income and develop a dynamic economic trade. Save the world? You bet. And you get to pick up a few life lessons along the way. Have you ever considered backpacking through Africa? Come on, yo...

Maherero Day A Big Event of Namibia - Windhoek
Maherero Day A Big Event of Namibia A big event to watch for is Maherero Day (late August), when the Herero people gather in traditional dress at Okahandja, just north of Windhoek, for a memorial service commemorating the chiefs killed in the Khoi-Khoi and German wars. In October, there's a similar event for the Hereros in Omaruru, northwest of Windhoek, to honor their chief Zeraua. Independence Day (21 March) is celebrated with feasts and festivities all over Namibia. The Windhoek carnival (late April/early May) is a week-long social event for city sophisticates, as is the Kuste carnival at Swakopmund (late August/early September) and the Windhoek Agricultural, Commercial and Industrial Show (late September). Oktoberfest, with all its beer swilling and...

The Dry Winter Season (May to October) is the most pleasant time to visit Namibia - Windhoek
The Dry Winter Season (May to October) is the most pleasant time to visit Namibia The dry winter season (May to October) is the most pleasant time to visit Namibia. During this period you can expect warm, sunny days and cold nights, often with temperatures falling below freezing. It's best to avoid Namib-Naukluft Park and Etosha National Park in the extreme heat (December to March), and Fish River Canyon is closed to the public between December and April. The northeastern rivers may flood during this time too, making some roads either impassable or hard to negotiate. Resort areas are busiest during both Namibian and South African school holidays - usually from mid-December to mid-January, late-April to early June, and late-August to mid-September. Wedged between the Kalahari and the South Atlant...