Guest Farms are a popular option for those seeking accommodation in Namibia. They are usually family run, friendly and relaxed and can be found near most of the major centers in the country.
Together with the San, the Damara are one of the oldest nations in Namibia and their origins are unrecorded. This is largely due to their loose social structure, which made them unable to defend themselves against the more unified tribes, dispersing them far and wide and driving them, for the most part, into servitude.
Accommodation is filling up, stallholders are preparing their wares and the quaint village of Lüderitz is getting all fired up in preparation for the annual Crayfish Festival to be held from 30th May to 1st June 2013
Accommodation with a personal touch
The value of staying in a Bed and Breakfast (B&B) over a large hotel can be found in the details – the waitress is all the more likely to remember your name and whether you prefer coffee or tea in the mornings, the owner of the establishment may loan you his trusty maps to help you find the famous hidden waterfall in the area, and when they ask you to “come back soon” they probably really mean it.
Namibia and Long Distance Running – not for the faint hearted
There have been few blog posts dedicated to extreme sports in Namibia before – this is because there is something about the surreal and stark scenery of Namibia and the Namib Desert that makes people want to put themselves to the test.
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