A visit of Lüderitz, the small harbour town in the southwest of Namibia, is recommended if some cooling down and recreation is needed after a hot journey through the south of Namibia.
Highlights in and around Lüderitz
Touristic highlights are some of the well maintained old houses from the German colonial times, build in Wilhelminian Art Deco. Also remarkable is the amount of appealing coastal beaches, especially the Big Bay and many sandy bays and lagoons. At the Halifax Island penguins and flamingos can be seen. In the close vicinity of Lüderitz are more points of interest such as the Bogenfels, Kolmanskop (a ghost town) and the Restricted Diamond Area
Accommodation in Lüderitz
Alte Loge Guesthouse
Guesthouse in Lüderitz
The Alte Loge Guesthouse has its home in a historic Villa build in colonial style in 1909. It offers its guests a cosy, warm atmosphere in five double rooms and one family bungalow. Also available is WiFi, a washing machine, a dryer and of course secure parking.
Hotel Sea-View Zum Sperrgebiet
Hotel in Lüderitz
The Protea Hotel Sea-View Zum Sperrgebiet is situated in the historic town of Lüderitz. The hotel offers 22 rooms with WiFi, a heated indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a restaurant specialising in seafood and meat dishes.
B&B in Lüderitz
Kratzplatz Accommodation in Lüderitz offers 12 en-suite rooms each equipped with TV, fridge and coffee / tea-making facilities. Guests will have Wi-Fi access and secure parking. The Kratzplatz bed and breakfast is situated in the town centre and features a restaurant and a fully licensed bar with local live entertainment twice a week.
Lüderitz Nest Hotel
Hotel in Lüderitz
The Lüderitz Nest hotel is a 4 Star hotel located in Lüderitz, a harbour town in the south-west of Namibia. The hotel offers 70 Rooms, 3 Suites and the locally aclaimed Penguin Restaurant, a Sauna, an Internet Café and a childrens playground. The hotel and organizes several excursions to attractions around Lüderitz.
Camp in Lüderitz
Shark Island is situated on the Shark Peninsula in the coastal town of Lüderitz. From Shark Island you have wonderful views onto the rough and cold Atlantic Ocean and in fact the whole area is rather inhospitable with its barren, rugged rock surfaces and the Namib Desert that surrounds it.