In Namibia, a handful of ancient German cities still stand as nodes of activity in between the country's wild, open spaces. In the central highlands, Windhoek - the capital - is a combination of modern industry and preserved historic and political monuments; Lüderitz is a diamond mining hub on the icy Atlantic coast, and nearby is the eerie, abandoned ghost town of Kolmanskop. The seaside city of Swakopmund is where you can wander streets of German buildings, watch pelicans on the pier, or climb the highest dune in the Namib.
Namibia is the land of contrasts - blue skies, red sand dunes, amazing wildlife. A Namibia Safari should be on everyones list!
Swakopmund is situated on the coast in northwestern Namibia and is the second biggest town in the country. Swakopmund is one of Namibia's most popular tourist destinations as it has pleasant summers and a variety of exciting activities available; as well as restaurants, coffee shops and entertainment.