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Guesthouse Accommodation Walvis Bay

Amjicaja Guesthouse in Walvis Bay is an exclusive accommodation establishment perfectly suited for the business traveler as well as the weary soul who wants to enjoy relaxing accommodation at the coast of Namibia. Amjicaja Guesthouse accommodation in Walvis Bay is ideally situated in a peaceful neighborhood only 5km from the center of Walvis Bay. Our accommodation with conference facility is also within walking distance from the lagoon.

Conference Facility

The Amjicaja Conference facility can accommodate up to 30 delegates in a boardroom-style setup.

Guest Reviews

  • I stayed for 3 days, Wednesday to Saturday, on a DB&B basis and was pleasantly surprised. Everything, from arriving up to departure, was a pleasant experience and the hosts were eager to please and meet every request that I had.


  • Amjicaja Guesthouse

    Excellent - value for money. Good location with friendly staff. It is perfect for any type of travel, businnes, family, friends, holidays or just a relaxing weekend away. Near the lagoon, yet in a very quit area with good quality rest.


    Leeupoort, South Africa

  • Amjicaja is amazing

    Anita, her husband and staff were amazing during our stay at Amjicaja. Daily breakfast was delicious and even if we left early to surf, Anita would make us delicious sandwiches and other food treats to take along with us. Rooms and amenities were sparkling clean. Not only did Anita and her staff host us in their place but when our flight home was cancelled, they did an amazing job... Read this review


  • Hospitality and Location

    I spent two nights at Walvis Bay at the end of a two week trip to Namibia. I was on my own as my traveling mates were on their way back to the states while I had wanted to photograph the flamingos and whatever marine and bird life I might find at Walvis Bay. My room at Amjicaja Guesthouse was spacious and clean with great internet service, and Anita... Read this review

    Grahame Miller