Tourism close to Windhoek

Below you find links to posts on tourism near Windhoek (click on head-lines, not on photos!):

N/a’an ku sê

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Getting here is easy. Leave Windhoek towards the international airport and follow the signs. It is a great place!

Cheetah

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At N/a’an ku sê you are able to get real close to the Cheetah!

Leopard

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Same place. Another spotted cat. Everything else different!

Baboon

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Fascinating and almost human…

Caracal

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Beautiful little cat. Resembles the European Lunx but is not closely related.

African Wild Dog

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Again – looks like a dog but don’t believe what you see!

Lion

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The king! And this one is big and beautiful!

Sunday lunch at N/a’an ku sê

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I just love the lunch here!

Cheetahs up close

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You won’t get much closer!

Carnivore feeding tour

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Yes, she is beautiful!

Otjimbingwe

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This small place dose not look much to the world but in the history of Namibia it has played a big role. Not the typical place for tourists though…

Leopard

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Only some 35 km north of Windhoek you have a chance to take really nice photos of the otherwise so elusive Leopard.

Düsternbrook Cats

DusternbrookDecemberMore photos from cats at Düsternbrook!

Cheetah walk

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A beautiful morning with Kiki, the Cheetah

Namibia 24 years – The Independence Museum

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A new museum in Windhoek. Believe it or not…

Okapuka Sunday

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Another visit to this amazing place

Caracal walk at N/a’an ku sê

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Morning hunt with a Caracal

N/a’an ku sê behind the scenes

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Fascinating day with many close encounters!

Walking with Kiki

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I could do this many, many mornings…

Midgard Country Estate

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A lot of great things to do and only an hour of beautiful driving…

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