Find available accommodation in Namibia and book on-line easily. To enable visitors to enjoy Namibia's rich history and beautiful environment to the full, many natural and historical tourist attractions are also listed.
There are many people of German origin in Namibia and German is widely spoken and understood.
The best way to see Namibia is a self-drive safari where you use this site to decide what you want to see, which routes you are going to follow and arrange your own accommodation using the well-known NightsBridge on-line accommodation availability and booking system.
For your convenience, a random selection of Namibian accommodation is shown below. Alternatively, you can click on "Accommodation" in the top menu, select the area you want and browse the accommodation options for that area. You can also search directly for a town, place or an establishment in the Find Accommodation box at top right.
We have also created some interesting self drive tourist routes that you can follow on your Namibian visit (on the black menu on the left). These include attractions along the way as well as accommodation, if there is any.
Use this site to help plan your Namibia self drive visit.
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The Scourge of the Kaiserbird begins with the arrival by ship in 1906 of the young Ernst Luchtenstein, his little sister Charlotte, and their mother Therese at Lüderitzbucht, later renamed simply Lüderitz.
Their father and Therese’s husband, Joseph was waiting for them. He had been in the country for three years when they came. He was a transport rider meaning he used ox wagons to transport goods from the bay of Lüderitzbucht to Keetmanshoop in the interior, 325 kilometers away. German Southwest Africa was a young colony then having been appropriated by Adolph Lüderitz in a dubious transaction in 1883, a mere 23 years earlier.
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