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September 26, 2017

A quick walking tour through Swakopmund

I often wonder what the easiest route is to take through Windhoek’s CBD that would give one the best views of the city. There are certain buildings that I love, certain places that I want to show everyone who visits, so that’s why it had me thinking: what’s the best way to go when you’re on foot?
September 20, 2017
People Watch Windhoek

5 Pretty Cool Places to People-Watch in Windhoek

September 11, 2017
Where to Find Live Music in Windhoek

Where to Find Live Music in Windhoek

In big cities, there are always great hangouts where the work-from-home crowd take their laptops and cell-phones and get stuff done.
September 6, 2017

Swakopmund’s 125th birthday bash

Global Earth Overshoot Day this year fell on August, 2nd the earliest it has ever been. The global population is using more resources than the earth can provide.
August 25, 2017
Earth Overshoot Day

Earth Overshoot Day earlier than ever

Global Earth Overshoot Day this year fell on August, 2nd the earliest it has ever been. The global population is using more resources than the earth can provide.
August 11, 2017

Westair joins conservation fight

Conservation efforts in Namibia just got a major boost with an agreement between Westair Aviation and the Namibia Chamber of Environment (NCE). Westair is giving the NCE and its members the free use of a plane.
August 4, 2017

Top 5 best bars in Windhoek

Where's the best bar to go to? That's a universal question, isn't it? In every city in the world, you'll find newcomers asking that question. I'm no newbie to Windhoek, but I found myself pondering just that this past week.
August 3, 2017

RETOSA’s message – “Partner with private sector for success”

Partnerships with the private sector, focused marketing and strategic investment were identified as the main objectives of the Regional Tourism Organisation of Southern Africa, RETOSA.
August 2, 2017
HUAP Rhino Statue auction

Rhino sculpture conservation project launches

On July, 28 the bright red ribbon around 9 tons of white Karibib marble was cut, and since then, French artist Gé Pellini has been chipping away to transform the mass of rock into a life-sized rhino sculpture. Hunters Against Poaching Trust (HUAB) will auction off the artwork in aid of conservation efforts.
August 1, 2017

Americans support fight against poaching

The American Embassy recently made a donation of about N$25 million to the Ministry of Environment and Tourism to aid in Namibia's fight against poaching.
July 31, 2017

Wild cats to delight and surprise in Etosha

If you’re planning a trip to Namibia in the winter, then a visit to the Etosha National Park, Namibia’s jewel in the crown, should be high on your list.
July 28, 2017

Why we love chasing the full moon

In my mother’s walk-in closet, there’s a row of champagne bottles, still corked, at the top of her cupboard. They were presents from her loved ones for her 60th birthday. My mother loves champagne and she’s keeping those bottles of bubbly for very special occasions.
July 26, 2017

Olifantsrus: What a first impression!

Olifantsrus is the perfect place for selected animal watching. By "selected" I mean you select your seat at the hide and buckle down for some serious eye trawling over the medley of animals at the waterhole.
July 19, 2017

Windhoek’s 5 Spots to take your work and get it done

In big cities, there are always great hangouts where the work-from-home crowd take their laptops and cell-phones and get stuff done.
July 12, 2017

Winter weather – The yellow season sets in

Welcome to the cool, dry season! It takes just about six weeks after the final rains in April for the grass in the veld to fade through grey to yellow, creating great waving swathes of golden meadows stretching as far as the eye can see – stark, beautiful and matched with clear, brilliant-blue skies overhead.
July 11, 2017

Places to see, things to do in Owambo

Go on an exploration of Owambo on your next trip to the north
July 6, 2017

Tour through Kavango and Zambezi

Cattle graze peacefully in the green pastures, and traditional reed and mud huts stand out between fields of mahangu and sorghum, some right next to the main roads – to allow better access to resources and transport. Activities can be observed from your vehicle, or better still, from one of the designated picnic spots under the abundant trees. The area is wild and untamed, giving a glimpse of the ‘real’ Africa. The biggest attraction of the Kavango and Zambezi regions is still the rugged, rural life that can be observed even when only passing through.
July 5, 2017

It’s like experiencing the Discovery Channel live

Why is it that when you go on holiday to rest, you return home tired? Here’s my prescription for you to avoid coming home feeling worn out.
July 4, 2017

Stork party

Contrary to popular belief, storks do deliver babies to new parents. The only inaccuracy in the myth is that while it was initially thought that only White Storks were involved in this malpractice, it is now a well-known that, in fact, there are also other species in Namibia that take part in this activity.
July 3, 2017

A quick walking tour through Windhoek

I often wonder what the easiest route is to take through Windhoek’s CBD that would give one the best views of the city. There are certain buildings that I love, certain places that I want to show everyone who visits, so that’s why it had me thinking: what’s the best way to go when you’re on foot?

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