Namibia Windhoek

WINDHOEK

The Capital of Namibia and largest city in the country is Windhoek. Situated in the middle of Namibia, this city has an international airport and is often used as a gateway town for many of our overland tours. It is a quaint capital city growing at a respective rate, with a population of under half million residents. Whilst it may not be as densely populated as other African capitals, it is the economic, social and cultural hub of Namibia.

Windhoek is rich in colonial history, having predominately been under German rule from the late 19th century and known as German South West Africa during that period. However, during the first World War British colonials took over and declared occupancy. In 1990 Namibia ended the apartheid regime and got independence and Windhoek in particular has been developing at an accelerated pace.

Activities in the Namibian capital include horse-back riding, exploring the idyllic botanical gardens, indulging in scenic hot air ballooning, Katutura Township guided tours, going to one of the many museums on offer, and visiting the Namibia craft centre. There are also many vibrant restaurants available to dine in that offer various local delicacies that are sure to satisfy your taste buds.

So if Windhoek is a destination that appeals to you when planning your Namibia tour, then let Ashanti Travel Online assist with making bookings and ensuring that your trip is exactly the way you would like it to be.

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509, 2019

Review: Cape Point Tour on E-bikes

September 5th, 2019|Categories: Cape Town, Day Tours, News, South Africa|0 Comments

Once again, I (Guido Swarts) have been lucky to be sent on a tour with Ashanti Travel. This time I went on a one-of-a-kind tour to Cape Point. This tour is unique because a part of the trip is on E-bikes. Which is a whole different experience when compared to viewing the road from a car. The tour goes from Cape Town to Hout Bay for an optional cruise to Seal Island, from there you drive to Simons Town along the scenic Chapmans Peak Drive. To see wild African penguins waddling on Boulders Beach. Afterwards, you hop on an [...]

509, 2019

Review: Whale and Wine Tour

September 5th, 2019|Categories: Cape Town, Day Tours, News, South Africa|0 Comments

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2808, 2019

South Africa Music Festival Calendar 2019-2020

August 28th, 2019|Categories: Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, News, South Africa|0 Comments

Winter is about to end. And it is almost time to get outside to celebrate the good weather. There is no better place to do that than at a music festival. South Africa hosts a lot of festivals throughout the seasons. To make sure you don’t miss one. We have created a list of all the must-see festivals in the country. Drink, dance, and have fun with friends and strangers at the best festivals in South Africa. From progressive psytrance music to Hardcore punk or relaxed jazz. There is something for everyone on this list. So, you can dance [...]

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20 Things To Do In Cape Town For Less Than R200

August 16th, 2019|Categories: Cape Town, News, South Africa|0 Comments

There are so many things to do in Cape Town, and you want to do all of it while you are here. But, that comes at a price. That is why we have made a list of fun and extraordinary things to do in Cape Town, which cost less than 200 rand! The list ranges from wine tasting in a cave to 3d mini-golfing in the dark and many other entertaining things to do in the Mother City. 1. Strawberry picking at Mooiberg Instead of buying your strawberries at the store, why not pick [...]

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