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4 Must-Do Activities with Ondili

A trip to Namibia is the chance to experience off-the-beaten-track sights and take part in once-in-a-lifetime activities. With Ondili Lodges and Activities, getting a taste of Namibia’s […]

Hot Air Rises – Balloon adventures over the desert with Namib Sky

Travel News Namibia’s Elzanne Erasmus takes to the skies in a floating, scenic love affair and finds out why a hot air balloon safari over the […]

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.

Diamond Works Namibia

Diamonds of Namibia Namibia; a breathtaking, contradictory wilderness rich in history, wildlife and ever moving desert and seascapes. Best known for its population diversity; a home […]

Ondili Activities

Hiking in the Kalahari Trans Kalahari Walk Experience the variety and beauty of the savannah. With an overnight stay in the desert camp. The guided hiking […]

N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Foundation

CONSERVATION THROUGH INNOVATION Our mission is the conservation of land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia, Africa through encouraging participation, education and innovative activity. Meet Marlice van […]

Cheetah Conservation Fund

| Main photo ©John Bowers Cheetah Conservation Fund is the world’s leading organization dedicated to saving the cheetah in the wild. Founded by Dr. Laurie Marker […]

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Ten Restaurants in Swakopmund You Have to Try

Maybe it’s the constant flow of tourists who want to experience the town’s old world delight or maybe it’s the people who choose to escape the rat race of Windhoek to settle in the relaxed small town environment. It could be something in the fresh coastal air awakens the appetite and therefore a taste for high-quality food. Whatever the reason is for the variety of restaurants, I am sure not many Namibians will argue that Swakopmund is the culinary capital of Namibia. For its small size this quaint, popular coastal town offers a large diversity in terms of gastronomic delights.  Although a lot of restaurants lean towards German cuisine, there are still enough other establishments that offer a variety of choices to cater to everyone’s taste. Here’s Travel News Namibia’s list of 10 ten restaurants to visit when in Swakopmund.

The Louvre of the Desert

Text and Photographs Annabelle Venter We wake early and it’s still dark on the banks of the Okavango River. The young Pel’s Fishing Owl is calling mournfully […]

Travel Notes from a Vagabond

By Willie Olivier Willie Olivier is a veteran journalist and travel writer. He has been compiling guides and travel directories for visitors to Namibia since before […]

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