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March 29, 2019

CYMOT sponsors new workwear kit to Save the Rhino Trust Namibia rangers

Save the Rhino Trust Namibia operates in the harsh northwestern corner of Namibia, protecting the world’s last population of free-roaming black rhinos. Their range covers over […]
March 28, 2019

How to Take a Long-Weekend Road Trip to Etosha

Road-trips are the best, aren’t they? Perhaps it’s because of film culture, where we’ve been fed with the romance of road trips, of getting out, hitting the road, with the wide-open skies overhead and just a vague destination in our minds. In Namibia, the first half of the year has two great opportunities for road trips, the first being the Independence holiday and the second the Easter long weekend. All you have to do is put in one or two days leave and take a trip. But where to, you ask? The most famous park in Namibia, of course. Take a road trip to Etosha and make it a trip to remember. Here’s how:
March 28, 2019

How do Wildlife Credits work?

Wildlife Credits creates even more incentive for rural farmers to take part in conservation efforts. By providing performance payments to communities based on the abundance of wildlife in their area, the program creates a direct correlation between economic empowerment and conservation success.
March 28, 2019

Bars with a View in Windhoek

People like views; we are drawn to places where we can look over wide vistas and see horizons stretched out into infinity. Luckily, in a place like Windhoek, with its many hills and mountains, there is no shortage of lookout points. However, if you’d like a drink with that view, have a look at our recommendations for the best bars with views in Windhoek.
March 6, 2019

Welcome to Serondela

March 6, 2019

Go Local: Grow an indigenous forest in your garden

March 6, 2019

When I finally got to go Birding with Pompie

March 5, 2019

Birding with Pompie: Carmines and the art of being a novice bird guide

March 5, 2019

Picture Perfect Pitstops in Swakopmund

March 5, 2019

This is my Namibia – Gerhard Thirion

On a photographic safari in a remote part of north-western Namibia we encountered a black rhino bull browsing in a small riverbed. He was roughly 200 […]
March 5, 2019

Demise of the Giants: The Fall of Africa’s Baobabs

What does it take to save the rhino? The list is long - tracking teams, vehicles, food, uniforms, binoculars, support staff and supporters, among many other things. But the most essential element needed to save the rhino is passion.
March 1, 2019

Desert Debate: Are horses more important than hyenas in our national parks?

By Willie Olivier   The fate of the remaining 73 wild horses of the southern Namib is an emotional issue. So it came as no surprise […]
February 20, 2019

4 Must-Do Activities with Ondili

February 20, 2019

New lodge to be developed in Bwabwata National Park

On Tuesday 5th February RETURNAfrica signed a 25-year concession with Kwando Conservancy to develop and operate a lodge at the old Susuwe site on the Kwando River. The signing ceremony took place at the Kwando Conservancy office in the presence of the Kwando Conservancy Committee, traditional leaders and the Ministry of Environment and Tourism.
February 20, 2019

If I only had one night in Namibia…

What does it take to save the rhino? The list is long - tracking teams, vehicles, food, uniforms, binoculars, support staff and supporters, among many other things. But the most essential element needed to save the rhino is passion.

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