Windhoek is the bustling capital of Namibia. The city is strategically located in Namibia's epicentre and surrounded by mountain ranges. Windhoek is often the starting point for wildlife safaris to the vast deserts of Namibia.
This destination has hints in both architecture and restaurants of its colonial background, first as a German colony and later illegally occupied by the apartheid regime. Streets are named after those who supported the fight for independence, such as Robert Mugabe, Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro.
Windhoek's charms are many and a city tour is recommended.Windhoek is one of the cleanest capitals in Africa and visitors are amazed at the beauty of this city.
Those in search of local nightlife can ask a taxi driver for the latest lively club. A destination known as NICE - the Namibian Institute of Culinary Excellence - is guaranteed to offer an eye-opening introduction to the many facets of Namibian cooking. Just outside the city is Cats Unlimited, where visitors can see conservation in action.
The main tourist attraction in Windhoek lies in its symphonic combination of African and European cultures and the kindliness of its popular places.
Places to visit in Windhoek are quite many, and each has exciting stories behind it. A few of them include The Independence Museum, Alte Feste, Owela Museum, National Art Gallery of Namibia, The living Hunters Museum Of the Ju/Hoansi-San and so on.