Situated on the B1 national highway to Windhoek, Keetmanshoop is the largest town in the southern region of Namibia. There are some remnants of German architecture still to be seen in Keetmanshoop. The well known 'kokerboom' wood, which consists of a thick copse of quiver trees, is to be found north of Keetmanshoop on a private nature reserve named Gariganus and is open to the public.
- Keetmanshoop is on the B1 national highway to Windhoek
- Keetmanshoop is the largest town in the southern region of Namibia
- One can find remains of German design in Keetmanshoop