Trees of Namibia
The ringwood tree (Maerua schinzii) is often mistaken with the shepherds tree, mainly because it also has a whitish trunk. However, the leaves are usually larger, fleshier and yellowish green. The tree is very eye-catching when in full bloom, the conspicuous flowers have clusters of light yellow stamens that exude a pleasant, sweet smell that attract bees and other insects. Seeds are contained in a long beanlike pod and the seeds and leaves are eaten by many animals, whilst birds and rodents are partial to the seeds. As it is an important shade tree, the ringwood is a protected species in Namibia.
Romantic accommodation in an restored castle, a must for honeymoons. Also the finest (and most expensive) restaurant in Windhoek
Situated in on a hilltop with commanding views over the Klein Windhoek valley
near Eros Airport on the southern outskirts of town lies this 3 star hotel
a luxury boutique hotel, offering top range private suites. Great for honeymooners, luxury & exclusivity guaranteed.
large hotel complex on the outskirts of town - near the Eros Airport
A large hotel and casino, situated next to the golf course on the outskirts of town
situated in central Windhoek this hotel has 154 rooms, a casino and several bars and dining areas