Accommodation in Walvis Bay

Egumbo Lodge is an elegant colonial lodge overlooking the Walvis Bay lagoon where you can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine, wines form the selectively-stocked cellar, a premium whiskey corner, heated swimming pool, Wi-Fi access and central heating throughout the premises. Flat-screen television and espresso coffee machine available in all nine suites.

Oyster Box Guesthouse is situated at the Lagoon in Walvis Bay

The Lagoon is a RAMSAR site and indeed the most important coastal wetland in southern Africa. It is home to a large numbers of resident species and way station for African and Palaearctic migrant birds. It is also famous for its thousands of Lesser and Greater Flamingo, and has been listed by RAMSAR as a natural heritage site. The Southern African Birding Society says: "Although there are many rare and special species, it's the sheer number and diversity, especially of visiting migrants, that is a major attraction."

Protea Hotel Pelican Bay overlooks one of the most important wetland areas on the African Coastline, the Walvis Bay Lagoon, declared a Ramsar site to ensure that its protection is guaranteed by the Namibian government.

With its temperate climate, Walvis Bay and the Protea Hotel Pelican Bay offers a safe refuge from the Atlantic Ocean to the abundance of majestic flamingos and gigantic whales that flock to these waters. With uninterrupted view of the Walvis Bay Lagoon, where dolphins are often spotted playing in the water, Protea Hotel Pelican Bay offers 50 comfortable en-suite rooms, a restaurant, bar and coffee shop, as well as secure parking and conferencing facilities for up to 150 guests.