Kaokoland, Kunene & Ovahimba Stories

June 4, 2012
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National Parks of Namibia – A diverse suite of alternative breaks for travellers

From the icy waters of the Atlantic to the swamps of the Caprivi, shimmering white fortresses to extraordinary plants, the sweeping landscapes, magnificent game viewing and […]
July 17, 2012

Campsite Journal: Epupa – an exotic oasis in the wilderness

by Christine Hugo Word about excessive amounts of rain in the area around the Epupa Falls had us all excited, and we were expecting a spectacular […]
July 19, 2012
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Epupa Falls Campsite – on the banks of the Kunene

by Ron Swilling A hundred and eighty kilometres north of Opuwo, the Kunene River plunges 35 metres into the gorge below. A few baobab trees cling […]
August 31, 2012
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Camping in the Epupa environs

It’s with a song in my heart that I can report that very little has changed for campers at Epupa for more than a decade. The […]
August 31, 2012

The spirit of Epupa

by Conrad Brain There are some destinations on the planet where, for some reason, the place is greater than the sum of its parts. It is […]
August 31, 2012

Discover the cultures of northern Namibia

The author of this article, French journalist Aurélie Jegou, visited Namibia to do research for articles for the special French edition of Travel News Namibia. She […]
November 28, 2012

A Himba funeral – tradition and development

By Sabrine Kaene  In Namibia’s mix of old and new, tourists are especially entranced by the Himba people, but rarely gain a glimpse into the private […]
November 26, 2014
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Namibia | Living with the ovaHimba by Alegra Ally

Compiled by Jana-Mari Smith The work of Alegra Ally, a talented and passionate story teller, was recently featured in Africa Geographic. Alegra kindly agreed to take […]
July 11, 2016

The phenomenal Himba – a joy to photograph

Barren. Deserted. From all over the world people flock to Namibia to, well, not see people. The idea of a country about three times the size of England with a population of under two million is simply mind- boggling. And yet, there are some natural inhabitants in Namibia who are as beautiful and mesmerising as the landscape.
May 3, 2017

The memory of places

A short history of some amazing Namibian locations, now managed by Namibia Wildlife Resorts
May 18, 2018

Top 10 Romantic Namibian Honeymoon Destinations

A stunning location like Namibia is bound to have its fair share of isolated spots with which to tempt the starry-eyed newlyweds. That is why we've compiled a short list of the ten most romantic places in Namibia for royally in love couples to spend their honeymoons.
July 17, 2018

Joining Forces and Uniting Conservationists

Conservationists and biologists are usually, through the nature of their work, people who work in isolation – especially those that are field based. Communications between individuals or even organisations may be limited to formal information exchanged via publications, workshops or social media. Events that unite multiple people, structures and organisations in a personal and interactive manner, a sort of one-on-one interaction in the desert, swamp, ocean, savannah or wherever they might be working, are rare. 
November 29, 2018

The Ultimate Namibian Bucket-list

All over the world visitors are attracted to the obvious must-sees. To those images which catch the eye on a TV screen, in a travel magazine or on a billboard. Images are the most powerful tool in tourism and luckily, Namibia is one of the most photogenic destinations. There are so many places in our country begging one to come closer, look deeper and become part of the picture.

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