Heroes’ Acre is a statue built in honor of all the countrymen who died in the independence war against colonial rules. It was designed by North Korea to celebrate the national identity and independence of Namibia.
Christuskirche (Christ Church)
Make sure to put this historical monument on top of your must-visit list in Windhoek. Soothe your eyes with stained-glass windows and indulge in the Art Nouveau architectural style of the Lutheran church.
Alte Feste (Old Fort)
Alte Feste is another monumental structure dedicated to Namibian independence. Once resided by the German colonial troops, the oldest building in Windhoek is an ancient German fortress that now serves as a museum.
Avis Dam Nature Reserve
South African colonialists constructed this pretty dam in 1933. Situated on the Windhoek outskirts, the Avis dam nature reserve is a perfect destination to escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life and be blessed with the fantastic colorful birdlife.
Known as one of African’s cleanest cities, Windhoek is home to pristine and lush parks. One of these delight places to laze away some time is the Parliament Gardens, which are peaceful small gardens housing a bronze-cast figure of Herero chief Hosea Kutako as the first Namibian’s post-independence monument.
Independence Memorial Museum
Independence Memorial Museum is an interesting monument with an incredible interior and eye-catching exterior. It welcomes you by a colossal bronze statue of Sam Nujoma facing towards Windhoek with a replica of the constituency book in its hand.
The Tintenpalast, meaning “ink palace,” houses Namibia’s parliament and national council. Gottlieb Redecker, a German architect, designed this structure featured with a neoclassic façade. Nama people of Namibia and the Herero constructed Tintenpalast using forced labor.
Three Circles (Lover’s Hill)
Suppose looking for a romantic, memorable experience on your trip to Windhoek, head straight up to Lover’s Hill or Three Circles. Three Circles are three stone slabs gathering locals and travelers to its unique lookout spot, especially at sunset. But do note that be prepared for a climb.
Daan Viljoen Game Reserve
Daan Viljoen Game Reserve is the smallest game reserve in Namibia, located in the picturesque hills of the Khomas Hochland nearby Windhoek. It’s a perfect destination for bird enthusiasts, where you’ll find a large variety of bird species and native mammals.
Kenneth Kaunda Street is the home to the daily Saturday market, comes alive with market stalls where you’ll find fresh vegetables, cold-pressed sunflower oil, and delicious home-baked bread. Make sure to grab some Namibian snacks at the Green market.
National Art Gallery
Interested in exploring the art and culture, your next destination will be Namibia’s national Art Gallery, a cultural color explosion. You’ll find some of the best artworks of Namibian artists.
Zoo Park is an excellent destination for a picnic and a stunning landscaped park, where you’ll meet locals and travelers around. It’s indeed a central spot for urban social activity equipped with a children’s playground, an open-air theater, and a scenic pond.
Reiterdenkmal is a statue built in honor of German soldiers who lost their lives in the Herero Namaqua War.
Windhoek Railway Station
Windhoek Railway Station is a Cape Dutch-style structure and the home to a small museum showcasing Namibia’s transportation system’s background. You’ll find air and railway transportation exhibits, as well as electrical equipment and telecommunication displays.
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Your time is priceless and we don’t want you to spend your travel time on planning for your vacation day by day. Booking a multi-day tour to a specific destinations makes it easier for you to focus on what you love, instead of going through hundreds of different daily itineraries and plan for each day individually. Simply choose your tour based on the desired duration.
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