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September 15, 2018
camping

The Camping Files – Emsie Erastus

Camping isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, but for those who enjoy it, it can develop into somewhat of a passion. This issue’s Camping Files profile features Emsie Erastus, a passionate young Namibian who fell for camping - hard.
September 14, 2018

Find the Authenticity of Nature at Etendeka

Namibia is a country for the wide angle. The far horizons. The distant, sparse beauty of line, shadows and colours in an everchanging landscape.
September 12, 2018

The White Lady – neither a lady, nor white

The Brandberg is an open-air art gallery with more than 43 000 individual rock paintings. But it was a single painting that made the mountain famous and kindled a myth that refused to die for many decades. Willie Olivier recently followed in the footsteps of the man who discovered the famous painting to tell the 100-year old story and take fresh photographs.
September 12, 2018

Bush Cooking Marinades

Meat lasts much longer when properly marinated.
September 12, 2018

The Cullinan Diamond of Namibia

September 12, 2018

Learn about the craft of beer making at the Swakopmund Brewing Company

September 12, 2018

Utopia Boutique: How to Rest, Refresh and Rejuvenate Responsibly

The Utopia Boutique Guesthouse is the N/a’an ku sê Collection’s urban solution to relaxation in the city. It is an inviting place for the weary traveller to rest, refresh and rejuvenate before the next adventure.
September 12, 2018

This is My Namibia – Conrad Brain

Without a single word that we know or express, there has been – almost without exception – an exchange of contact or expression between myself and […]
September 6, 2018
O&L, Save the rhino international

Windhoek Lager supports Save The Rhino International

As a leading supporter and sponsor in the fight against rhino poaching in Namibia, subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group, Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) […]
August 28, 2018

Half A Century At Hotel Schweizerhaus

Hotel Schweizerhaus is family-owned in the third generation. Owner Heidi Snyman, née Anton, born in Namibia, was five when her parents, both from Germany, bought a “Swiss-looking” house in Swakopmund, which is how Hotel Schweizerhaus got its name. Later the Anton’s added the café, which Heidi’s father, a master baker, made into the icon it is today. She grew up in the family business, a witness to her parents’ commitment and sacrifice in running it.
August 28, 2018

A Sweet Surprise Halfway between Nothing and Nowhere

There's a quirky little restaurant a couple of kilometres southwest of Rehoboth in Namibia's dry and dramatic Hardap region. Called Conny's, the establishment is a famous stop-over for many a tour bus or camper. It's a place to relax and recharge over lovely local cuisine made in the Baster-style of the area. Try to Google it, though, and you might not find much about the area. In fact, without the weathered sign next to the road one might miss it altogether.
August 21, 2018
Markets

Windhoek’s Top 5 Must-visit Markets

We’ve compiled a quick list of our favourite Windhoek markets that you cannot miss during your visit to the capital city.
August 21, 2018

Where to find best cake in Windhoek

Where can you nibble on a slice of one of the most delicious cakes in Windhoek? The options are endless, but we’ve narrowed it down.
August 21, 2018

Top 10 activities with N/a’an ku sê Collection

The N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary started out as a single property east of Windhoek and only a few kilometres from the international airport. Since then it has expanded to include three other establishments, namely Utopia Boutique Hotel in Windhoek, Kanaan N/a’an ku sê Desert Retreat close to Sossusvlei, and Neuras Wine and Wildlife Estate near the Namib-Naukluft National Park. What sets them apart from other conservation organisations is the range of activities available for visitors. Which is why we’ve compiled a short list of our top ten favourite ways to pass the time at N/a’an ku sê.
August 20, 2018

The 4 Best Hiking Trails for Amateurs in Namibia

Namibia has some of the most diverse landscapes. Go figure since the country covers more than 825,000km. The best way to marvel at it all is by lacing up your boots and hiking your way over the mountains and through the dry river beds.

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