Adventure stories

October 30, 2013

2013 ATWS: Tourism can improve lives

“There is an increased awareness in the world that tourism can be applied as a tool to improve livelihoods.” Dr Hannah Messerli, World Bank specialist on […]
July 17, 2014

WOW! Namibia Takes Stock – ATWS 2013

Main photograph: Local musicians played while delegates networked and enjoyed champagne and oysters. ©ATTA/Kristen Gill Photography. All rights reserved. www.kristengill.com By Steve Felton Unless you have […]
October 13, 2014

Fatbikes in a Giant Sandpit

The Namibian Snow-2-Sand fatbike experience Text Guy Jennings | Photography Piers L’Estrange In July this year, a bunch of guys (and a girl) from Namibia, South […]
November 19, 2014

Namibia | A Wild Cheetah Adventure

Dalene Ingham-Brown shares her wild Otjitotongwe Cheetah Farm Safari Experience I have this list I keep. It’s made up of travel experiences that have propelled me […]
January 26, 2015

Adventure | Namibia’s Ever-Popular Matterhorn

By Elzanne Erasmus Few people are aware of the many rock-climbing challenges Namibia has to offer. As hikers and climbers discover ever-more areas, the sport is […]
January 27, 2015

Adventure | Off-Road 4×4 Desert Trips

 A cornucopia of off-road 4×4 adventures By Elzanne Erasmus From the insanely steep rocky plateau climbs of the Namib-Naukluft Park to the monstrously high fun sand […]
January 29, 2015

Adventure | Game Viewing

A must-do to view Namibia’s wildlife By Elzanne Erasmus The Etosha National Park is an internationally known reserve, famous for its abundance and variety of wildlife. […]
January 30, 2015

Adventure | Fly-In Safaris

For awesome views of Namibia’s scenic delights By Elzanne Erasmus Adventure is in the air. Soaring over the dunes, gliding past the setting sun or floating […]
February 2, 2015

Adventure | Mountain Biking

Dramatic vistas and challenging mountain routes By Elzanne Erasmus Namibia’s central plateau running from north to south with an average altitude of between 1,000 and 2,000 […]
February 6, 2015

Adventure | Horseback Safaris

Up close and personal with nature By Elzanne Erasmus The Namib-Naukluft Park is famous for its wide-open spaces, massive dunes, endless grassy plains and variety of […]
April 20, 2015

The Rock Climber Diaries

May 27, 2015

Into the Okavango | First Ever Survey of Cuito’s Upper Catchment

Okavango Wilderness Project Source of Rio Cuito to Makgadigadi Pans: Scientists undertake first-ever survey of Cuito’s upper catchment  By Steve Boyes Seven mekoro and hundreds of kilograms of batteries, […]
June 18, 2015

Solar Bicycles – Cycling With The Sun

June 25, 2015

TNN goes mountain biking with CYMOT

September 3, 2015

Enjoy a green holiday in Namibia

A green holiday: Spring is about fresh growth and new beginnings in nature, and perhaps it is a good time for us to review how we live, and just as importantly, how we TRAVEL.
March 29, 2016

CYMOT Ultimate Adventure Competition

Share your ultimate Namibian adventure with us and win big with CYMOT!
June 5, 2017

The mountain-biker diaries

with CYMOT
December 14, 2017

Running Wild on the Skeleton Coast

July 4, 2018

Namib Sky Balloon Safaris

Imagine yourself floating across gentle waves of air as the first golden rays of a bright morning peek over towering sand dunes and ragged mountain tops. It is an otherworldly glow. It is early still, yet the Namib Desert’s famous sunshine beckons from the horizon as you drift along. Below, a sea of sand creates a mosaic of hues and patterns on the earth’s surface.
July 13, 2018

Starlings not that Common

If there were a lion behind every second bush, or a leopard in every tree, would they be so special? Would photographers want to shoot them (to protect them), would photographers drive off-road or into a no-entry road to get a better angle on their million dollar picture? I have in fact seen people drive all over each other to get a closer look at a lion, to get to the front of the scene of the crime. Imagine, for a lion! Luckily no photographer will ever do that. The point I want to make about starlings is that they are too common. Most of the starlings have a metallic sheen flashing back when the sun touches their feathers, but unfortunately they are not so special because they are just too common. This might be where this terrible word is coming from: ‘common’, like too many seen too often. Possibly it is also because they are robust and gregarious. Let’s rather call them plebeian.

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