Hotels for LGBT in Namibia
- 13 reviews
I camped at this cute little place but used the kitchen and bath facilities - both of which were excellent. It isn't too far from downtown and is located in a quiet neighborhood. The staff was friendly and the common areas really comfy.Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:3 reviews
Good meeting point. It's right in the city center, and everyone knows where it is. I didn't stay at the hotel, but the bar had great beer selections.Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:1 review
A really really fancy hotel with lovely rooms and a pool. The building was a train station once and it's beautiful.
- 51 review
The Cheetah Park is pretty fantastic. The family that runs the ranch has a few cheetahs that they have hand raised. If they're feeling up to it (and they usually are) you can spend some time hanging out with them in the yard. In the afternoon, head out to the area where the "wild" cheetahs live and watch them get ...Popular with
- 61 review
- 7Hotel Class:1 review
Eating at the restaurant was magnificant in 2003.
- 8Hotel Class:1 review
The highlight of safaris at Wolwedans, and the other-worldly Namib Rand reserve, is not the wildlife - of which there is plenty to see. It's the ethereal scenery, which changes with the light and transports you far from any known reference point. Most mysterious of all are the fairy circles, thousands of circles of bare sand that appear from nowhere ...Popular with
- 9Hotel Class:1 review
A beautiful lodge with brick walled cozy rooms and a pool. You can try some delicious traditional food at the restaurant.
- 10Hotel Class:1 review
Okaukuejo is probably my favorite of all the NWR resorts in Etosha. It's all about the waterhole (and I'm not talking about the bar, though that's OK, too.) The illuminated waterhole is the most accessible and almost always the most active, though Halali is a very close second. I've seen lions, elephants and rhinos fighting, and all sorts of wildlife ...Popular with
- 111 review
"Honey badger don't care! Honey badger don't give a...." That's what I ran around yelling last time I was at Halali because, well, honey badgers were raiding our trash and really didn't seem to give a hoot about the fact that several of my clients and myself were frantically snapping photos of them doing so. They're not infrequent guests here. ...Popular with
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- 13Hotel Class:1 review
A nice lodge with lots of bungalows, a pool and nicely done up lounges and a restaurant.
- 14Hotel Class:1 review
Another awesome lodge in Namibia. The bungalows are surrounded by hills and you're right in the valley. It has a pool, a nice restaurant and your luggage gets carried around by donkeys.Popular with
- 15Hotel Class:1 review
I really enjoyed my stay at Epako Game Lodge. It's nicely done up and around the lodge there's a wildlife park where you can see a lot of animals like giraffes, rhinos and stuff. You even can watch the guides feeding some cheetahs.
- 16Hotel Class:1 review
On the corner of the Zambezi and Chobe River this is a remote paradise. If you are into fly fishing there is none better. We went on several game "cruises". Nerve wrecking tapping the side of the canoe to warn any hippos of our presence. Definitely worth the adventure to get there.Popular with
- 18Hotel Class:1 review
A nice hotel with a pool in the inner courtyard. The best thing about this hotel: the view over the ocean directly out of your room's window.
- 191 review
Etosha Safari Lodge is a really beautiful lodge with lots of bungalows, a swimming pool, a restaurant and a bar. The bungalows are nicely done up and you can start your trip to Etosha National Park from there.
- 201 review
This place is pretty great but I think a lot depends on where your room. If you have a room towards the back, the music from the club won't bother you but one in the main building could prove unpleasant if you're looking for an early night. The location is convenient - right downtown and next to a few restaurants. ...Popular with