Buschtrommel - Tours & Accommodation offers pet-friendly accommodation in Walvis Bay. Free Wi-Fi is provided and free private parking is available on site. Some units have a seating area where you can relax. A terrace or balcony are features in certain ro
The Langholm Hotel in Walvis Bay offers a comfortable lounge to relax in before or after dinner or you can choose to enjoy the NightCap
Dolphin Villa situated in Walvis Bay, Namibia is an upmarket 3 bedroom, luxurious house right on the beach with a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean with swimming pool on deck which culminate into a beautiful light show at night.
The Rez is an eclectic luxury guesthouse situated only 2 minutes from the famous Walvis Bay Pelican Lagoon and waterfront. Only 5 kms from the towns centre makes The Rez an ideal base for all corporate and business trips, as well as interesting excursions
Amjicaja Guesthouse in Walvis Bay is an exclusive accommodation establishment perfectly suited for the business traveller as well as the weary soul who wants to enjoy relaxing accommodation at the coast of Namibia
This triple storey sea front house is situated on the beach front in Longbeach. Longbeach is a quiet suburb on the west coast of Namibia.
CAPE POINT is nestled between the ocean and the desert, a small coastal village between walvis bay and Swakopmund, you will feel as though you are in a far away land as you watch the namib desert kiss the sea.
Lalandi No 4 is a family furnished, Beach Front Self-catering 2 bedroom holiday Cottage for a relaxing break at the Namibian Coast
Lalandi No 22 is a family furnished, stone throw from the beach, self-catering 3 bedroom holiday cottage for a relaxing break at the Namibian Coast.
Walvis Bay has an approximate population of 55 000 people from various ethnic groups and a large variety of religions. Walvis Bay means, "Whale Bay". The harbour with its deep waters is full of Plankton which is the massive attraction for whales as it is part of a whales staple diet. Walvis Bay is undoubtably becoming one of the most popular coastal holiday destinations. It has a well established fishing harbour which allows for many job opportunities for the locals. Walvis Bay has one of the largest salt fields and processes up to 24 million tons of sea water each year to produce tons of salt to be shipped to the markets, this too offers job opportunities and tourists. Walvis Bay has a few fish markets where you can find a variety of fresh seafood on crushed ice. Another one of the main attractions is the natural lagoon where over 120 000 birds, including Flamingoes and Pelicans can be found.
Being on the coast, Walvis Bay is a huge angling attraction. Scuba diving is very popular as well as stunning views and sandboarding from the top of the well known sandune called, Dune 7. For the avid golfer, there is a Golf Course situated in the beautiful desert. There are numerous hotels and restaurants to visit and the Walvis Bay Museum is well worth seeing.
The average rainfall in Walvis Bay is less than 20mm per year and the temperature remains cool to moderate throughout Summer.