Book flights to Windhoek (WDH) with Eurowings for as little as €179.99*.
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Picturesque Windhoek (WDH), the capital city of Namibia, is nestled in a basin, surrounded by mountains 1,650 metres high. It is both the largest and the most important city of this fascinating country. Offering the romance of safaris and desert adventures, the area is one of Africa's top destinations. Windhoek (WDH) itself has retained some aspects of its past as a German colony. German language and culture can be spotted in many places, combining with influences from the aboriginal culture to create a unique flair. The charming metropolis makes an excellent starting point for excursions throughout the entire country – to impressive landscapes, wild animals and friendly people.
Book flights now to Windhoek (WDH) and take advantage of the capital's central location to discover Namibia and all of its different facets. There is hardly a country that offers more opportunities to experience such a multitude of Africa's native fauna up close and personal. The highlight of any trip to Namibia is without a doubt a visit to Etosha National Park. Go on safari and observe the "Big Five" – elephants, rhinoceroses, lions, buffalo and leopards – along with many other wild animals that find shelter here. Visitors will find a wide array of places to stay ranging from simple lodgings to luxury camps, as well as restaurants, swimming pools and shops.
Namibia boasts several other panoramic highlights besides Windhoek (WDH) and Etosha National Park. One of these is the Sossusvlei, a barren landscape of indescribable beauty. This clay pan in the Namib Desert is surrounded by sand dunes up to 300 metres in height. The trees, many dead, the brilliant orange-red of the sand, and the soft light create an almost surreal image that you will never forget. Here you can hike to your heart's content and enjoy breathtaking views from the tops of the dunes. But for the best view of all, ride a hot air balloon over the valleys of the Namib Desert.