• USD - American dolar
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  • TRY - Turkish Lira
  • DZD - Algerian dinar
  • AOA - Angolan kwanza
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What to expect at the Windhoek Show

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All adventurous travelers know to take advantage of an opportunity to partake in the local events and get the experience of socializing with the locals. One of these events is the Windhoek show which is an annual exhibition which showcases a large variety of items such as local foods, wines, confectionery, amusement

rides, accommodation facilities, camping equipment, exotic animals as well as beer tents just to mention a few.

Windhoek ShowThe show takes place in Windhoek, the capital city of Namibia. There is so much to see at the Windhoek show and you need a full day to visit every stall and taste everything. For those people who love to do shopping, you can buy bedding, crafts, cars, toys, clothes, farming equipment and animals at the show. Various media sources including television channels and radio stations also broadcast from the show.

The Windhoek Show is the biggest industrial and agricultural exhibition across the country, which, according to the organizers, attracts around to 100,000 visitors per year. The Windhoek show takes place every year during the last week between September and October. An entrance fee is required at the main gate and the queues get very long towards the afternoon. The popularity of the show has increased over the years and finding parking can get problematic. Sometimes you have to park a few blocks away and walk to the show which is well worth it. The best part about the Windhoek Show is that you can enter competitions and enjoy freshly made delicious local food.

19 Copper Street, Prosperita, Windhoek, Namibia