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Located on the coast of northwestern Namibia, Swakopmund is the capital of Erongo administrative district. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations and is bestowed with a pleasant climate. It is frequently addressed as the adventure capital of Namibia. Besides various scenic and architectural vistas, the city has earned admiration for its seaside promenades, colonial-styled structures and welcoming populace. It lies at around 175 miles west of Windhoek. Months of December and January when interiors of the country are hot, this city draws lot of tourists from all over the world. Tourists visit the cool Namibian coast during summer holidays and spend long weekends.
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Nature lovers will find this place really interesting as this waterfront museum offers an amazing view of the sharks, rays and marine animals. Drop in to explore this place up-close
It is the largest open-cast uranium mine in World. The first exploration was done here in 1920s. It is a major contributor to the city’s economy. Advance booking can be placed for a three-hour visit to the mine.
It is one of the most distinguished landmarks in city. The view from the jetty is so beautiful that you can walk here all day long. There are two restaurants nearby to have a good meal.
For the loyalists of African art, this place stands apart. Some amazing African treasures are put on display here. Books relating to South West African history are also available. Try not to miss it!
Swakopmund is a popular sea side resort with several charming attractions which are worth visiting. The main beach area, Mole was made during the unsuccessful attempt to build an artificial harbor. History buffs can visit the Marine Memorial and War Memorial. This town is renowned for its colonial buildings, with the Woermann House being its landmark. Another must see attraction is the Lighthouse which initially was 11 meters tall but, later in 1910 further 10 meters was added.
For art lovers, Swakopmund Museum is a must visit attraction. The other popular attractions of this city include Princess Rupprecht House, State House, Antonius Gebaude, Deutsche Evangelical church, Kaserne and the Railway station which was declared national monument in 1972. However, there is no availability of public transport to commute around the city; thus, it is the wisest option of travel via road by renting a car for Swakopmund in advance to travel around safely.