You have been craving for that holiday in Namibia. You found yourself emailing Air Namibia and researching flights to Namibia, but, naturally, in the end, you came to your senses and booked that Namibia BMW motorcycle tour with UpSouth Adventures.
Now you’ve got everything planned and ready: Your passport, bags, motorcycle, Namibia facts and even your very own map of Namibia. However, there is one thing you haven’t got completely figured out – Where to stop for a nice cold one.
Namibians are proud of their beer. Fact. So, it only makes sense to take the next logical step and visit Joe’s Beer House. Not only is it a big tourist attraction, but it is also something for the eye, as it sticks to a very rustic, oasis bound style.
For the adventurous at heart. Here you will find your weekly quiz nights, open mic nights, beer, super cocktails and just a general buzz of awesome Windhoek locals to hang out with in the steampunk inspired theatre and bar.
No better way to pretend you are a sophisticated being by holding a glass of red in your hand. Here in this petite court yard you will be surrounded and infected by the jolly laughter of Windhoek’s locals.
If you like the sound of Stellenbosch Wine Bar then Wolfshack will probably also be to your liking. An adventurous wine bar that will bring out that wolf in you.
Perhaps you are thinking that this isn’t really what you had in mind for your Namibian motorcycle tour. You had dirt, camping and simple beer in mind. Not the luxury lifestyle of successful hotel. However, it is a rule, that when you pass through Windhoek you have to at least try the Hilton Hotel’s cocktails at their Sky Bar.
Travelling through Windhoek can get quite hectic (traffic much?). So, if you feel like breaking away from those concrete walls and busy streets whilst visiting then be sure to pop in at BushBar for some pizzas and beer.
There are a lot of things to do in Swakopmund and visiting Kucki’s Pub is one of them, because what’s better than beer on tap and a juicy steak in the heart of Namibia’s most loved holiday destination?
Cocktails on the beach? Oh yeah, this is the life.
Another great spot for getting your grub on and drinking a cold one whilst looking over the beautiful ocean.
If you’ve been wondering where to stay in Namibia then make sure to put Fishermann’s Inn on that list. Not only do they see to your sleeping needs, but they also have a unique fisherman bar where you’ll be bonding with the locals in no time. Also, it’s in the desert – let’s just appreciate the irony here.
This restaurant situated in Walvis Bay’s lagoon should definitely be highlighted on your Namibia tour planner, especially since it’s also got a rather cosy bar for quenching that thirst of yours.
Naturally, I trust, that Sossusvlei Desert Lodge is already on that list of yours for at least accommodation. However, this lodge has so much more to offer than just sleeping arrangements. Their beer garden have me going like: