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Namibia Travel and Tourism

Namibia tourism recently organized a tourism seminar where Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) analysed the success of tourism in the country for 2013. The HAN’s CEO also expressed hope that 2014 will be equally positive with “Dertour Länderspezial” starting at January end. The Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) will be organizing the event. To know more […]

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Botswana Camping Safari

A well-known safari organizer is organizing a 9-day trip to Kalahari and Botswana with multiple safari options for tourists. It will have at least a 7-day mobile safari that will include game drives, visit to the inner regions of Botswana. Mobile camping will be offered where tourists can take rest in dome tents with campbeds. […]

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Namibia Safari

Tourists who want to visit the sandy arid region of Kalahari are invited join camping trips organized by authorized travel agents. Join the trips during spring for a beautiful glimpse of tall trees, such as Yellowwood, Camelthorn, variety of shrubs, and Shepherd’s Tree. Write to us if you are interested to enjoy such bush break […]

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Namibia Camping

A famous Car rental company offers self-driven 4×4 vehicles that will allow tourists to travel anywhere in Namibia – especially deserts and wildlife parks. The cars rental company is also an authorized tour and safari operator which will inform you about how to make your trip successful and safe. The vehicles have well-equipped camping gears […]

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Namibia Self-Drive

Tourists looking for tailor-made tours and itinerary for self-drive trips can realize their dreams in Namibia. An authorized travel agent has an option to guide tourists on eco-friendly trips to Namibia. They organize the trip as per the requirement of the tourists. Check with us if you want a self-drive comfortable trip to Namibia forests […]

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Namibia Adventure

Tourists can opt for self-tours or guide-included adventure safaris to the deep forests of Namibia. The tour operator also organizes: Fly-in Safaris Camp Safaris Horse-Riding Safaris Custom-made Safaris Write to our travel helpdesk for more information and tips on such safaris in Namibia.

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Birding Namibia

Tourists looking for bush bird safaris can book their seat with a well-known operator. Bird watchers are invited for a guided tour to bushlands, river lodges, and guest farms to check out some unique birds, such as African Fish Eagle, Glossy Starling, Kori Bustard, and more. If you are interested to get a rare glimpse […]

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Luxury African Safari

If you are ready to spend for a luxurious safari expedition to Namibia for a rare glimpse of the wildlife and natural beauty, here is your chance. A tour agency offers a comfortable trip for tourists where full-range of services are offered and all possible facilities to make safari trips comfortable. The tour is a […]

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Driving in Namibia

By Ben Waterworth If you head to any foreign country and are looking at driving whilst you are there you obviously need to know the basics to driving around according to their rules and road conditions to ensure you have a safe journey. This is no different when it comes to driving in Namibia so […]

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Driving in Namibia

If you are travelling long distances you should always carry cash with you as you will find the service stations along the road will only accept cash. These stations are scattered right across the countryside and quite often will be hard to find so never pass one on your journey and assume there will be […]

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Namibia Tourism

You are invited to come back to this site after you have been to Namibia to by posting your own travel experiences! Some examples on our site include: Personal blogs and experiences from a wide variety of different people, each detailing many different aspects of their trip to Namibia which they found worked for them. […]

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Namibia Tourism

You are probably extremely excited at the prospect of a holiday to Namibia and are hoping to find as much information as you can about the country before you travel there. But one thing you are probably hoping for is to hear from people who have actually visited Namibia. Namibia-tourism.net will provide you with all […]

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Namibia Travel Guide

Shoes that are great for walking and hiking. As Namibia is a country that is worth exploring on foot and doing lots of hiking and other forms of exploration you should make sure you even bring a few back up pairs of shoes for the long journeys you may find yourself taking throughout your trip. […]

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Namibia Travel Guide

So you’re going to Namibia and have no idea what to pack?! Well fear not travellers because we are here to help! We have helped you compile a list of essential items you will need to take with you when you travel to Namibia, so follow this list carefully for the best things to take […]

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Travelling in Namibia

There is the risk of landmines in certain areas of the country, especially in the Kavango and Caprivi areas in the north-east and other areas bordering Angola. Always stick to pre-determined travel routes and never go of course if you are by yourself. Check to see if your country has an embassy in Namibia, and […]

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Travelling in Namibia

As with any country you travel to there are numerous safety tips to follow and this is no different when you travel to Namibia. Namibia is a beautiful country but you should always cautiously follow these instructions in order to remain safe in the country. You should always pay attention to the news and monitor […]

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Etosha National Park

For the most part of the year the salt pan is dry, but during the brief periods in which it enjoys water it attracts numerous wildlife such as pelicans, flamingos some rare birds and rhinos. To help prevent the spread of various diseases throughout the park, a large fence was built that stretches across the […]

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Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park Namibia One of the most popular places anybody will visit when they go to Namibia is the Etosha National Park. It is a massive park located in the Kunene Region in the north-west Namibia. The Etosha National Park was first created in 1907 when the country was still under German rule and […]

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Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast is popular amongst surfers due to the heavy surf, however it remains impossible for boats to dock in the conventional way. The official name of the ‘Skeleton Coast’ is due to the constant discovery of seal and whale bones spread along the beaches during the period when whaling was still an active […]

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Skeleton Coast

The amazing Skeleton Coast of Namibia One of the most spectacular sights you will see in Namibia is the stunning Skeleton Coast. It stretches along north-west Nambia up into the southern parts of neighbouring Angola. Both Namibian locals and Portuguese sailors have referred to Skeleton Coast as ‘The Land God Made in Anger’ or ‘the […]

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Fish River Canyon

A large portion of the canyon itself is privately owned, however there is around 70km of the canyon open to tourists and visitors. One of the major areas that tourists venture to is the 85 km Fish River Hiking Trail. Hikers can get amazing views of the canyons and do the trek anywhere between 3 […]

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Fish River Canyon

The Stunning Fish River Canyon The Fish River Canyon, the World’s second largest canyon and largest canyon in all of Africa. This amazing piece of landscape is over 150km in length and is a whopping 27km wide, and over 550 metres depth. The photographic opportunities with the Fish River Canyon are endless, with all areas […]

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Sossusvlei

The sand in the area which forms the dunes is of a unique pink and orange colour which gives a sense of amazement to all who visit the area. The darker and redder the colours of the dunes are, the older they actually are, and they are among some of the oldest and highest dunes […]

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Sossusvlei

Let’s go to Sossusvlei and be amazed! The amazing region of Soussesvlei is somewhere that any visitor to Namibia should put right at the top of their too see list. This amazing area of salt and clay pans is a visual beauty and somewhere which you will remember for the rest of your life. It […]

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Sesriem

There are also several campsites and backpacker facilities for tourists in the area as well. A very popular attraction within the Sesriem district is the hot air balloon rides which leave every morning. Here tourists can get a chance to go high up above the Namib landscape to see some stunning views and be taken […]

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Sesriem

Let’s head to Sesriem for a trip The beautiful town of Sesriem is actually a small little settlement that is located right smack back in the middle of one of the driest deserts in the world, the Namib. It is extremely well known right across Namibia as the Sesriem Gate, and is referred to as […]

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Caprivi Strip

The history of the Caprivi strip is very significant in the area, with many wars and battles being fought within the area. During the South African occupation of Namibia, there were even plans for the Caprivi region to become its own country, and an individual flag, coat of arms and national anthem were created. A […]

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Caprivi Strip

The strip of Caprivi in beautiful Namibia Many places in Namibia you visit will no doubt take your breath away and one such place is the Caprivi Strip. Throughout this area you will be witness to numerous borders of Namibia to its nearby neighbours of Botswana, Angola and Zambia and some amazing visual sights to […]

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Etosha

There are numerous information centres spread throughout the park, as well as many different camp sites for tourists. When you arrive at the park it is a requirement that you check in at the visitor’s centre and obtain a permit for a small fee. You then need to present this permit at your camp site, […]

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Etosha

Let’s all go to Etosha National Park Travelling through Namibia can be a fantastic experience and a visit to the Etosha National park will certainly allow you to see why! It is a massive area of the country, taking up 20,000 sq km and is filled to the brink with amazing animals, birds, reptiles and […]

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National Parks in Namibia

Visiting a national park in Namibia is like visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris; you just have to do it! From the amazingly scenic and stunning Etosha National Park, to the Khaudom National park in the Kalahari Desert, Namibia presents you with so many opportunities you won’t know where to begin! Given that Namibia was […]

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Namibia Top 10

5. Fish River Canyon: The Fish River Canyon is the second largest canyon in the entire world and the largest in all of Africa and is a sheer marvel to witness in the flesh. The landscape around the canyon will stun you with its amazing natural beauty and you will be in awe at the […]

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Namibia Top 10

Going to Namibia and want to find the best places to go? Here are the top 10 recommended places to visit when you travel to Namibia! 1. Etosha National Park: This national park was the first place in all of Namibia to be declared a conservation area in 1970 and is commonly known as one […]

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Let’s go to Namibia!

You will also be witness to some of the most diverse and amazing wildlife you will see in any part of the entire planet. Namibia has the most numbers of wild Cheetahs out of any country in the world, and added to this their wild lions, giraffes and elephants you can all but add a […]

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Let’s go to Namibia!

You’re heading to Africa, you have seen some amazing things and now you want to go somewhere a little bit different in order to come home with some amazing memories. Well have you ever considered going to Namibia? It’s not the most frequently suggested country you will probably hear when planning a trip overseas but […]

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Online Freelance Writing

Online freelance writing is one of the potential money-churning options for writers who want to script content in their own pace and place. If the article can keep readers engrossed, you have perhaps hit a jackpot. A Unique Opportunity for Web Travel Writers to Produce Attractive Travelogue and Win Cash and Recognition Looking for an […]

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Travel Blog Jobs

Not everybody can dream of going to the arid sub-Saharan Kalahari Desert or the hyena infested Bwabwata National Park. Those who can and love to write, may gift web-based travel blogs to nature lovers. Just take up one of our travel blog jobs and follow the steps. Travel Blog Jobs: a Novel Way to Show […]

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Work in Namibia

You will need to contact your local Namibian embassy in order to apply to work in Namibia. If your country does not have a Namibian embassy, you will need to find a neighbouring country that does and that will no doubt cover the country that you live in. There will be fees involved in processing […]

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Work in Namibia

Going to Namibia to work If you have travelled to Namibia and are looking at returning to get yourself a job, there are certain requirements that you need to know. It is against Namibian law for you to work in the country without the correct visa, as well as staying in the country for longer […]

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Visa for Namibia

You should also ensure you have a valid passport with at least 6 months validation left on it. You should always ensure too that your passport has blank pages so that you can receive the proper stamp entering the country. If you are coming to Namibia to work, then you will need to gain a […]

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Visa for Namibia

Getting a Visa to come to Namibia If you are visiting Namibia do some research about your visa to enter Namibia. Depending on your country, you will in most cases not require a visa if you are entering Namibia as a tourist and staying in Namibia for 90 days or less. Check with your travel […]

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Malaria in Namibia

Symptoms may not show until a long time of the bite and if you feel sick and have visited North Namibia recently, you should immediately get a blood test and if necessary treatment. Visit a local pharmacy in Windhoek or Swakopmund and follow all the prevention instructions from locals. It may be a simple case […]

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Money in Namibia

Carrying too much cash is unwise as is displaying expensive watches, jewelry and cameras  as it can attract thieves. Criminals may try to steal your passport for illegal activities so it is a highly sought item. You are required by law to report it if stolen so keep it well hidden in a safe place. […]

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Malaria in Namibia

The issue of Malaria in Namibia Malaria is generally confined to the northern region of Namibia and you need to protect yourself. Malaria is spread by mosquito bites and if left untreated can be even fatal. Symptoms of the disease can be flu like symptoms, fever, shakes, chills, muscle aches, vomiting, headaches and diarrhoea. Maleria […]

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Money in Namibia

Money and Valuables There are a number of ways you can access your money overseas that you can arrange before you leave – these would include travelers cheques, credit cards, cash, cash cards or debit cards. Your bank would tell you what the best applicable currency would be and also if your ATM card would […]

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Safety in Namibia

Wildlife Maintain a safe and legal distance in keeping with wildlife laws  including when observing bird and marine animals.  Adhere closely to all park regulations and wardens advice and use only professional and reputable guides. Civil Unrest/Political Tension Demonstrations and large public gatherings can become violent so you are well advised to avoid them. Details […]

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Safety in Namibia

Crime in Namibia Because criminal activity is high, you are strongly advised for your own safety to be diligent in your monitoring of developments while in Namibia. Pick pocketing is typical of the prevalent petty crime. Although rare, violent crime against foreigners does occur. Your personal valuables should not be left in a car, nonetheless […]

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Health Namibia

Comprehensive travel insurance is highly recommended for traveling in Namibia. As well as medical evacuation, the coverage should include all medical costs incurred overseas and be in place before you arrive. Be certain the coverage extends to all circumstances for the duration. Remember that your government will not cover costs for any health emergency. Obtain […]

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Health Namibia

HIV/AIDS runs very high in Namibia so be cautioned against activities that would render you infected. Malaria likewise runs high in northern areas of Namibia. Prophylaxis measures are highly advised pertaining to insect spread diseases such as leishmaniasis, filariasis, sleeping sickness.  Use insect repellent and wear light colored long sleeved shirts and pants while making […]

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Live in Namibia

Don’t feel as though it’s a dangerous place due to the many high walls and electric fences. But also don’t feel as though you should become complacent with your safety. Observe safety procedures just like you would in any other place in the world, and attempt to avoid being alone on the streets in cities […]

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Live in Namibia

The country of Namibia and its large landscape Namibia is a huge country and has lots of space spread throughout. It is extremely dry in some regions so if you plan to go in the desert ensure you have plenty of water to come with you! One great thing about Namibia is that the cities […]

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Lodges in Namibia

If you want to head to the Kalahari Desert then a stay in the Auob Lodge is definitely a great idea. This lodge contains a vast amount of luxurious amenities such as huge rooms, swimming pool, spa and a world class restaurant that will leave your taste buds tantalised. If you are looking at going […]

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Lodges in Namibia

Lodges in Namibia: are one of the best ways to experience Namibia. allow you to experience extremely remote areas of the country that are vastly untouched by humans and human settlement and create a unique experience for you to have when you are in the country. Many of the lodges in Namibia are located in remote […]

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Climate Namibia

The hottest months in Namibia are January and February. It is not uncommon for the temperatures to exceed 40 degrees daily. Although it is hot during the day, the night time can usually be quite cool and pleasant. During winter, the days are fairly warm and generally nice, although the opposite can be found at […]

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Climate Namibia

The climate of Namibia Namibia houses part of one of the driest deserts in the world: The Namib. Given its desert landscape you can expect to find a large portion of the country covered in arid land and dry areas. It may be very dry but it is also generally very pleasant. The current from […]

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Cities Namibia

If it’s some colder weather you are after, visit the ‘summer capital’ of Namibia – Swakopmund famous for its German culture. You can even go a bit ‘desert’ and discover the city of Ludertiz, which is off the beaten track as much as you can possibly imagine! You will also come across the German influences […]

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Cities Namibia

Namibian Cities for you to visit Given the size of Namibia, you will find that there are fairly large distances that separate the cities within the country. Windhoek is the capital and houses some of the most diverse cultures in all of Africa. Find some of it’s quaint little cafes and enjoy the local hospitality […]

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Law Namibia

Whether arrested or jailed, your Government can and will pursue all prudent measures but they cannot remedy your situation nor remove you from jail. Drug offenses have particularly harsh penalties that include long prison terms. Namibia views homosexuality activity as completely illegal. Merely photographing military installations has resulted in foreigners being detained. Illegal dealings in […]

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Law Namibia

Please be aware when you are traveling in Namibia,  running afoul of their laws can reap severity unlike that experienced in your own country. Their laws though harsh, certainly have full jurisdiction over you.

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Self Drive Namibia

Namibia is known for its friendly people and experiencing it by car is a great way to experience this friendliness first hand. This way you can see all the inner beauty of Namibia and really get to experience the true heart of the people and experience what the inner workings of the country are all […]

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Self Drive Namibia

If you want to see the beauty of Namibia then why not take a self driven holiday around the country? This is a great idea for people who don’t want to be organised into pre determined tours and surrounded by countless other tourists all at the same time! There are a wide variety of different […]

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Namibia 4×4

Your own road side assistance or insurance won’t cover you in Namibia, so make sure you at least know what options you have should the something happen during your journey. You should also check with the company the age of the vehicles and how many kilometres they have been driven. An older vehicle with a […]

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Namibia 4×4

4×4 Driving Throughout Namibia In a country as big and diverse as Namibia, you can obviously expect some amazing scenic drives that require the use of a 4×4. Through stunning mountainous areas, unspoilt coastal drives, canyon views and sandy roads, some parts of Namibia were specifically built with a 4×4 in mind. Luckily for tourists […]

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Namibia Food

Food and Cuisine in Namibia Namibian’s all over the country are extremely fond of outdoor cooking and it is not uncommon to come across the locals cooking outside on a barbeque and enjoying the outdoors with their delicious cuisine. As well as a barbeque, there are also various outdoor ovens that are used to create […]

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Namibia Accomodation

Namibia Accommodation Style Lodge: A luxurious surrounding for you and your friends/family as you immerse yourself in the Namibian landscape in some stunning accommodation Hotel: Generally you will find hotels within the cities and towns of Namibia and while some are basic, some are also extremely luxurious and will cost you a significant amount of […]

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Namibia Food

Traditional Namibian food comes from soup and porridge that is made from ingredients such as millets and cornmeal. The German influences previously mentioned are most commonly found through the countries breads, broetchen and desserts, such as pastries and cakes. Some popular local foods: smoked meat dish of Rauchfleish air dried meat dish of Biltong bush […]

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Namibia Accomodation

Namibia accommodations can be selected from two main categories: your budget and the style Budget: will be your cheapest option ( under R500/night) with the most basic amenities for you to enjoy during your stay Mid: consists of a slightly higher rate (R500 – R1250/night), with slightly better facilities is a fairly popular choice due […]

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Namibia on a Budget

By Ben Waterworth If you are travelling all the way around the world to visit another country the last thing you probably want is to be forking out loads more money just to have a memorable experience. The chances are you will want to save as much as you can and still enjoy yourself and […]

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Namibia Camping

The great thing about camping safaris is that you also get to sleep in the basic way people have been used to for years and if you haven’t been camping for a very long time then this provides an even bigger excuse for you to be able to do it. Another great thing with camping […]

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Namibia Safari

It’s probably common for you to take with you as much clothing as possible but you should remember that you will be out in the wilderness with limited space so you should only take what you need. Work out items that you are taking that really won’t be that necessary and take with you the […]

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Namibia Safari

By Ben Waterworth When you head to Namibia there are numerous different activities that you will no doubt have planned and several of these activities will require special things to pack to ensure you have a good and comfortable time on them. One such thing would be a Safari in which you would need to […]

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Namibia Flight

Toiletries such as toothpaste and deodorant are great if you want yourself to keep feeling fresh when on the plane. It can become a smelly place fast but you can avoid being one of them by keeping ahead of this! If you want to eat a little earlier than other people you could always order […]

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Namibia Flight

By Ben Waterworth A long haul flight is never a pleasant thing and can often be a major hindrance to you. You just wish you could get to your destination a lot faster and hope the trip goes by quickly but unfortunately before you get to Namibia you will have to take a long journey […]

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Namibia with Children

Make sure you get to as many different areas with African animals as possible. Your kids will love learning about all the various types of animals and the best part is that they won’t even know they are learning! So many different game parks in Namibia offer a variety of different educational and learning opportunities […]

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Travelling with kids in Namibia

Namibia is an amazing country and one that if you take your kids to they will enjoy for a long time. It is home to some of the highest sand dunes in the world as well as the driest deserts, right through to large game parks with all sorts of wild African animals such as […]

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Travel Namibia

Remember that you too can then come back and provide our readers with your own personal experiences! Some things you will find out on this site are: the best ways to see Namibia on all sorts of budgets. We will also provide you with advice to see certain areas of the country that you may […]

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Travel Namibia

Travelling to Namibia can be one of the most amazing experiences you will ever have. Namibia is a country that is so unique with opportunity that you will find yourself missing out on more than you will probably experience. But it’s important to try and find out as much as you can before you travel […]

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Namibia Culture Shock

If you want a more daring cultural adventure, Bantu customs have been preserved in some regions. The Ovambo ethnic group, mainly inhabiting the country’s north, comprise around half of Namibia’s population. Ovambo people retain their own language and dialects, and many still adhere to traditional customs. While indigenous languages remain, the official language of Namibia […]

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Namibia Culture Shock

The word Namibia conjures images of sunburnt earth, extreme heat and an indigenous population. In reality what you’ll find is an ethnically diverse country offering breathtaking natural wonders, an abundance of wildlife and a modern capital. Namibia’s history has led to a unique clash, and subsequent blending, of cultures. In particular the German colonisation of […]

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Namibia Culture

Herero: The people of the Herero were believed to have come to Namibia from a separate area filled with green landscapes and loads of water. They had a big conflict with the Nama people which caused numerous casualties, but all has since been forgiven and the Herero are now some of the countries best businessmen […]

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Namibia Culture

Namibia has many different cultures! Basters: A relatively new culture, the Rehoboth Basters are strong Christians who are extremely patriotic of Namibia and extremely protective of their cultural differences. They are renowned farmers and tradesmen. Tswanas: The smallest cultural group in the country, the Tswanas have heavy links to the people of Botswana. There are […]

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Namibia Safety

If you are travelling in certain areas of the country, stay well clear of prohibited diamond zones. This is particularly the case east of Luderitz, as the guards of these areas can sometimes be quite aggressive, even to foreigners. Always follow your guide’s instructions when on safari around wild animals. Never stray into areas you […]

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Namibia Safety

Safety tips when in Namibia It’s important in most countries to remain safe, and this is the case too in Namibia. While not as dangerous as some countries on the African continent, it can still present some dangerous areas and things to look out for. Here are some tips for you when you are in […]

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Windhoek

Given the German history of the country, you will find many areas of the city which reflect German architecture and give you a distinct European feel to the country. In all areas of the city too you will find yourself amazed at the low crime rate and often feel as though you are no longer […]

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Windhoek

The city of Windhoek in Namibia When visiting Namibia, the chances are that you will arrive and depart from the capital city of Windhoek. Windhoek is located in the central area of the country and is surrounded by some stunning highland landscape that reflects a truly majestic country. It has some of the driest and […]

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Swakopmund

It’s a perfect place for all adrenaline junkies wishing to find a new slice of heaven to fuel their desire for some thrills. You can find quad bikes, sand dune boarding, sky diving or even camel riding to really tickle your adventure bone. So if you are after a nice relaxing beach resort to unwind […]

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Namibia Cities

Walvis Bay – located on the coast in a bay of the same name, Walvis Bay is home to around 85,000 people and has an extremely deep bay which is perfect for large ships which dock in the area Ruacana – is a small town right on the border between Namibia and Angola and famous […]

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Swakopmund

Going to Swakopmund in Namibia and love it to bits! There are many places in Namibia that you can visit but one of the most popular destinations is the city of Swakopmund. It is a perfect place for you to unwind and meet some locals, and the fact that the city resembles a German city […]

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Namibia Cities

Namibia is a large country with a huge spread between some towns and cities. Many of these towns and cities have small populations and very large distances to travel. Here are a few of them for your next trip if you wish to visit them: Windhoek – the capital city of Namibia, is located right […]

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Namibia Climate

If you are travelling to Namibia in January or February, be prepared for some extreme temperatures! You can often find the mercury bursting past 40 degrees Celsius at this time of the year! However, the night times usually make up for it, being nice and cool to make you feel a little bit more comfortable. […]

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Namibia Climate

The perfect climate of Namibia There aren’t many places you travel too that you can find an ideal climate all year round. One such place though is Namibia with its climate reflecting a country with a diverse landscape and diverse people! It has located inside it’s borders one of the driest deserts on the planet […]

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Namibia facts

The official language of Namibia is English although it only represents about 7% of the population when it comes to being spoken. The most commonly spoken language in Namibia is actually Afrikaans which accounts for a whopping 60% of the entire population. German is also spoken widely in Namibia, with 32% of the population being […]

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Namibia Facts

By Ben Waterworth Namibia is a beautiful country that we’re sure you are going to love when you visit it, but before you venture to Namibia here are some facts that you may find extremely interesting and will help you enjoy your visit to the country even more! Namibia is made up mainly of desert […]

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Namibia Independence

The country was called South West Africa and not officially recognised by the United Nations as a country after 1966. The territory was under UN control between this period and the eventual Independence. South Africa however never took this on board and it was considered they controlled the country by de facto. The first string […]

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Namibia Independence

The battle to gain Independence in Namibia Over the course of history, Namibia struggled to gain it’s independence from both Germany and then South Africa. Until World War 1, Namibia was occupied by Germany. At the end of that conflict, South Africa took over control and it wasn’t until 1990 that Namibia would become fully […]

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Aids in Namibia

The treatment of the diseases can be difficult due to Namibia being the second most sparsely populated country in the world. There are large efforts by the Namibian government to go to these rural areas and provide adequate treatment and care to those affected by the disease in the smaller communities. This is often hampered […]

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Aids in Namibia

The Issue of AIDS & HIV in Namibia Like many countries in Africa, Namibia has a large problem when it comes to the epidemic of AIDS & HIV. It is an extremely critical and public issue in the country and is in fact the largest killer of people in Namibia and one of the highest […]

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Tourism in Namibia

A large number of these tourists come into the country directly from South Africa as it border the country and offers a wide diversity of landscapes and tourist features that the Rainbow Nation can’t. It also brings in numerous tourists from Germany who travel to Namibia given its history with its country as well as […]

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Tourism in Namibia

By Ben Waterworth By now you would know that tourism in Namibia is one of the key markets the country relies on. Well this is based purely on its harsh landscape and the amount of things that are able to be done when you visit this stunning country. In fact there are so many things […]

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Geography Namibia

The unique Geography of Namibia Namibia is the second most sparsely populated country in the world. With this fact in mind, you can be assured that there are several areas of the country that remain untouched by humans and add to the overall beauty of this amazing country. You can even look at Namibia as […]

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