Katutura Township Tour, Windhoek

from £31
3 hours Year round
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Introduction

Explore Windhoek’s township, Katatura visiting two local projects.

Katutura is a former apartheid-era black township, located in Windhoek. Created in 1961 following the forced removal of indigenous people from the Old Location, Katutura’s name in Otjiherero means ‘a place we do not want to live’. Tour the township and learn more about its interesting history. You will also visit two local projects; the Penduka Women and the TB Project. Penduka means ‘Women wake up!’ and it is a project for disadvantaged women where they produce and sell hand crafted Namibian handicrafts. The TB project looks after patients during their medication period.

Price: £31 per person
Duration: 3 hours
Departures: Year round

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