Explore the Swakopmund Town on a unique cultural and historical walking tour alongside your local guide. Visit the museum, Crystal Gallery, and the Woerman Tower. Experience the vibrant part of the city and learn about its past and present from a cultural and historical perspective.
DURATION: 4 hours
STARTING TIME: Flexible start
MEETING POINT: At your hotel, in Swakopmund or Walvisbay
LANGUAGE/S: English, German
OPEN SEASON: All year round
WHO CAN COME: This tour is suitable for everyone. An adult must accompany children
Highlights◾ Visit the Open Market in the township
◾ Walk in the streets of Mondesa and explore the township food market
◾ Visit a school and a Kindergarten plus a community arts and craft project
◾ Enjoy an authentic lunch prepared by a local family
◾ Watch a live dancing performance
What is included✔ Pick up and drop off service
✔ Local Lunch prepared by a local family
Description - What to expectThere aren't many towns that offer quite as much to the traveler on foot as Swakopmund. The historic town is located where the desert hugs the Atlantic Ocean, north of Walvis, and was the original settlement of German colonists. Swakopmund has a distinctly quirky style that managed to survive even with its growth in size. A walk along its roads reveals hidden gems that are easily overlooked otherwise. Make a trip of it and take our walking tour to get the most out of Swakopmund.
Swakopmund is best explored while walking. Your knowledgeable guide will take you to visit the most impressive historical buildings on an approximately 4-hour walking tour through Swakopmund, bundled with exciting material and stories of Swakopmund, the German settlement and charming town on the coast of the Atlantic.
Don't expect to hear only facts and figures from the past, but instead hear colorful and intriguing stories from Namibia and Swakopmund and its quirky past to get an idea of history and life in the desert town. There remains enough time to answer questions and for finding out about everyday life in today's Namibia.
By request, the walk may be concluded on the Woermann tower. The brilliant look-out confirms that this charming African coastal town is indeed wedged between ocean and desert, instead of being located somewhere in Europe. However, your freshly-gained historic insight might have believed you otherwise.
Cutoff time before activity
- 24 hours