May 19, 2017

Time for the endemics

When the storms of summer are but a sweet memory, the Namibian winter offers new and different opportunities and experiences.
May 18, 2017

One tourist destination, five countries

The Zambezi Region, Namibia’s tropical, river-bound north-eastern extremity, is the glue that holds the five partner countries – Namibia, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana – of the world’s largest transfrontier conservation area together.
May 17, 2017

Take a break on the road between Windhoek and Rundu

Journeys are about exploring and discovering. They are crammed with surprises: interesting people, fascinating stories and intriguing places. Instead of racing to your destination, consider slowing down and spicing up your trip with some colourful stops.
May 16, 2017

Rare species rediscovered

The seemingly inhospitable gravel plains of the Namib Desert extend over vast distances. Standing alone in the middle of this barren landscape can be a daunting experience. At a glance, there seems to be no sign of life in the hot, dusty, rocky and apparently endless plains that surround you.
May 15, 2017

Critically endangered – Birding with Pompie

If you ever thought endangered species have problems, you ain't seen nothing yet (if this sounds American, well it is as big as the U.S.A Trump card). We are indeed in the process of cutting off the wings of these birds, and no, we are not talking Penguins.
May 12, 2017

Overlooked riches – the floral diversity of Kaoko

Plants. We tend to take them for granted – a part of the landscape. On safari, a good shade tree has its worth, especially in the hot and arid hinterlands… but how many travellers know of the floral diversity of Namibia’s northwest and look out for its many proponents as they navigate rugged tracks through spectacular landscapes searching for wilderness experiences?
May 11, 2017

A tourism reverie

Imagine the year is 1954 and you are boarding a twin prop 50-seater Douglas DC-3 in Germany for a flight to Johannesburg. Four overnight stops and five days later you arrive in Windhoek.
May 10, 2017

He tore down boundaries – a tribute to Albi Brückner

Along the dirt roads that wind their way through the Namib Desert, there are subtle signs of change. These signs read “No Fences.” They indicate areas where fences have been taken down to allow for the free movement of wildlife and the integration of land back to its natural whole.
May 4, 2017

A closer look at Big Sky Lodges

Take a look at the 4 establishments that together make up Big Sky Lodges, a part of the Naturally Namibia group
March 29, 2017

Forging a model for ecotourism – Sperrgebiet National Park

A little over a decade ago only a handful of conservationists and diamond prospectors were familiar with the unique beauty of the 26 000-square-kilometre Sperrgebiet. When the area was proclaimed a national park in 2008, it was a dream come true, giving conservationists the opportunity to showcase one of the last true wilderness areas in the world, while at the same time protecting it from a flood of tourists and their inevitable footprint.
March 28, 2017

Discover Kaokoland

Your voyage of discovery through Namibia will literally take your breath away, as the country has it all – from dramatic landscapes, abundant wildlife and a population that is friendly, culturally diverse and photogenic – to an excellent road and tourist infrastructure and oodles of elbow room.
March 27, 2017

The status of Namibia’s Hartmann’s zebra

Historically, Hartmann’s zebra had a continuous distribution range extending from Mossamedes in Angola to just south of the Orange River in South Africa. In Angola, Hartmann’s zebra occurred in the Iona National Park immediately to the north of the Kunene River. In earlier times this sub-species also occurred in the Cape Province of South Africa.
March 23, 2017

Facts on elephants in Namibia

Learn more about the elephants in Namibia.
March 22, 2017

Nature first at Ongava Tented Camp

Ongava Tented Camp has been named as one of four finalists in the Responsible Tourism Awards for 2017.
March 20, 2017

Local knowledge and local dogs

The people in the southern Kunene Region live in a starkly beautiful part of Namibia. To the visitor, it appears to be an undisturbed wilderness where rocky, red moonscapes meet endless blue skies. It is the home of famously desert-adapted plants and animals, where life continues despite the lack of rain and scorching sun. It is easy to forget that there are people here too. Like the wildlife with which they share the land, the people must be tough and resourceful to survive in this harsh environment.

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