Discover Katutura by Bike

Experience the lively streets of Katutura in a new exciting and environmentally friendly way. Katutours offers guided tours by bike through the culturally and historically rich township of Katutura, Windhoek's former "blacks only" suburb during Apartheid rule. Experience the vibrant soul of Windhoek from the immediacy and intimacy of a bicycle and get a taste of Namibia that you could never have from a car.

A taste of what's awaiting you! Namibia!! 


To our Dearest Friends and Colleagues!


We are very happy to reach out to you once again before the new year starts.  With the potential vaccine for the horrid Covid 19, we remain that 2021 will bring back tourism all around the world with a big bang!  We are now open for business and we welcome you to Namibia!!  

Wear Masks, Stay Safe and a very warm festive season.

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Thank you all for the support and we wish everyone we hold in our minds and heart a Positive 2021!! 

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Our main objective is to strive for equality, access to basic needs and freedom of expression -Sustainable and Economical development- through Tourism.  


Latest Feed backs on Katutours from our satisfied guests- 2017/18: 


Mr. Bernhard Bouzek


( City of Vienna - MA 27- European Affairs/International activities- Development Co-operation Humanitarian Aid) ;- Magazine INDABA (www.sadocc.at), 

Mr.Dominik Prantl:




 Ms. Chi O, MP in the UK; 2016




"Hi Anna,

A while ago you gave my dad and I a great tour (I was the clumsy on that fell off). We went on to have an amazing tour of Namibia but for me your tour was one of the highlights, it was so interesting to get a feel of another part of Windhoek, plus the bikes were great fun.

Thank you,

  Hester Gebbels





“Innovative Katutours is Katubrilliant!”                      

The Namibian Newspaper




“The cultural buzz, ethnical diversity, intricate history and social aspects of this township should be the reasons you embark on one of these brightly coloured two wheelers.”


Travel News Namibia Magazine