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Featured Places To Stay

Accommodation establishments that we recommend you stay at on your next holiday.

Arebbusch Travel Lodge

Arebbusch Travel Lodge

Arebbusch Lodge is your gateway to the best that Namibia has to offer, occupying 10 hectares of prime property on the outskirts of Windhoek close to the Eros Airstrip.

Victoria Falls Hotel

Victoria Falls Hotel

The Victoria Falls Hotel has a long tradition of hospitality, dating all the way back to 1904, when it was built to accommodate railway workers busy with Cecil John Rhodes’ Cape to Cairo efforts.

Cape Royale Hotel and Spa

Cape Royale Hotel and Spa

The Cape Royale Hotel and Spa is a 5-star establishment located on Greenpoint’s Main Road, not far from the Greenpoint stadium and the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town.

Featured Restaurants

Restaurants that we recommend you visit on your next holiday.

Arebbusch Pizzeria

Arebbusch Pizzeria

Arebbusch Pizzeria is the latest feather in the cap of the prestigious Arebbusch Travel Lodge, located just outside the hub of Windhoek.

Kapstadt Brauhaus

Kapstadt Brauhaus

The Kapstadt Brauhaus is located in the Silo District of the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town and is a popular venue for local revelers to indulge in a tipple or two after work.

The Tug

The Tug

The Tug offers patrons fine dining finesse, location, ambience and warm Namibian hospitality all rolled into one.

Featured Attractions

Attractions that we recommend you visit on your next holiday.

Fish River Canyon

Fish River Canyon

Regardless of its status, the Fish River Canyon is one of Namibia’s most visited places and is an adventure wonderland bound to win over even the most world-weary traveller.

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Whether you are travelling to Zimbabwe or Zambia, Victoria Falls is bound to be on your bucket list. This internationally acclaimed World heritage site is listed as one of the 7 natural wonders of the world.

Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop

The name ‘’Kolmanskop’’ means ‘’Coleman’s Head’’ and although it has become synonymous with diamonds, the town is named after a far less glittering event.

Travel

Are you looking for inspiration for your next holiday? My team and I have hand-picked a number of accommodation etsbalishments, restaurants, attractions, activities and more, for you to browse through on the travel section of our site.

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