explore My Account Favourites Marketplace for Estate Agents Sign in for more Neighbourhoods Buy Find for sale FAQ Rent Find to rent FAQ Sell Find an agent FAQ Agents Advice Property news FAQ guide Explore neighbourhoods Tools Bond calculator More tools About Hello Advertise 8 Houses to rent in Walvis Bay To Rent Erongo Walvis Bay Fairways Estate (1), Long Beach (1), Meersig (3), Walvis Bay Central (3) Apartments (12), Townhouses (6), Penthouses (1) or use Advanced search walvis bay central N$14,000 3 2 2 335m² 3 Bedroom Seaview Home To Rent Spacious 3-bedroom home with ocean views, open plan layout, beautiful garden. Tenant responsible for utilities and maintenance costs. meersig N$21,800 4 4 Entertainers Delight In Prime A 4-bedroom house in Meersig, Walvis Bay with en suite bathrooms, double garage, entertainment areas, indoor braai, and rooftop entertainment. walvis bay central N$18,700 Fully Furnished 3 Bedroom House To Let A 3-bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, 2 garages, an entertainment area, and a laundry. meersig N$19,500 Big 4 Bedroom House In Meersig A property with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge, and 2 garages is available for sale or rent. long beach N$17,000 3 2 2 260m² Price Negotiable! Urgent Lease! Fully furnished 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom property with partial sea view, open-plan living, laundry room, tiled floors, well-maintained garden, prepaid electricity, and security. walvis bay central N$27,000 4 3 3 Fully Furnished Home With Full Lagoon View Spacious 4 bed, 3 bath furnished home with open plan living, fireplace, BBQ area, garden, lagoon views, and 3 garages. meersig N$14,000 3 2 2 3 Bedrooms House In Meersig Spacious and modern 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with open plan living area, indoor BBQ, double garage, and plenty of natural light. fairways estate N$14,000 3 3 3 250m² 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom House Situated In Fairways Estatesestate Spacious family home with large front and back gardens, offering all desired features for a comfortable living experience. Get to know Walvis Bay Discovered in the late fifteenth century by Bartolomeu Dias, Walvis Bay continues to be a paradise for those who are lured and entranced by the ocean.