Explore the hallmark of German influence from the colonial era by availing cheap flights to Windhoek. Apart from being the federal capital, Windhoek is strategically well placed right in the heart of the country across the plateau of Khomas Highlands. This is the main reason why it also serves as the industrial, commercial, cultural as well as political hub while housing the highest population in the entire region. Windhoek flights depend upon the smaller Eros airport for all charter operations of the country, while Hosea Kutako International Airport majorly facilitates international flights numbering at about 200 compared to about 30 domestic flights per week. Out of the 9 air operators providing low cost airfares to Windhoek, TravelhouseUK’s clients tend to travel with SAA and BA more.
Airlines have yet to start direct flight operations from the UK to Windhoek. This means that only connecting flights are available for the time being. Some of the top airlines offering connecting flights are South African Airways, Qatar Airways, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Lufthansa, and KLM, among other operators. For flight details and booking, reach us on our Facebook page or the phone (020 3137 2316).
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For as low as 557 GBP, you can get a return-flight to Windhoek from London Heathrow. This is the fare available for now, but prices keep on shifting so the digits may go either way.
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Flights from the UK reach the Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek. Its IATA code is WDH. The largest airport in Namibia is situated quite a distance from the city, about 46 kilometres. Shuttle service is available from the airport, and so are taxis. Since it will be a long ride to the city, make arrangements in advance if possible.
Independence Memorial Museum: A relatively recent addition to the number of landmarks in and around Windhoek, the museum depicts one of the most significant movements in Namibia's political time scale - the anti-colonial resistance movement. As the entrance road leads you towards the building, and this five-floored marvel of modern architecture comes in sight, you will likely appreciate it too.
The Heroes' Acre: Namibia's evolution from a German colony to a republic was not without its sacrifices, and the war memorial here gives credit where credit is due. Concentrations of both locals and tourists can be seen here on any day of the week. The memorial lies in the outskirts of the city, some 10 kilometres away.
Daan Viljoen Game Reserve: The presence of a wide variety of species keeps the interest alive, which is one reason why many wish to explore the reserve a second time. There is much activity during the summer season, to the point that individual trekkers can hike or track animals on their own. But you can always hire a guide of course.
Christ Church: Also known as the Church of Peace, the Christ Church has its foundations in the post-war era when it was built as a symbol of peace, goodwill, and cooperation of the general public. Its neo-Romanesque and Gothic revival style has much to do with the fact that the architect was Gottlieb Redecker, and parts of the substructures were brought from Germany.