Kaokoland... The ephemeral rivers in Namibia’s far northwest and the land between them are as fascinating as the different seasons. What you see is determined by the wind and the rain and the time of day.
Namibian crafts – the gift to create, carve, string and construct in every medium imaginable – run through our country like a network of rivers and tributaries. Each one of our cultures and subcultures hold the key to their very own unique craft.
Namibia attracts visitors with its colourful and diverse cultural heritage. The National Heritage Council of Namibia is mandated by the government to protect and conserve the places and objects of valuable significance. While some of these sites are popular and well-known tourist attractions there are also several other interesting national monuments easily missed due to their unassuming nature.
Discover RuralRevive: a transformative project empowering Maltahöhe's community and local economy. Partnering with Wolwedans Foundation's Vision 2030, RuralRevive aims to build sustainable and inclusive tourism. Learn about the five focus areas and the positive impact on marginalized women, farmers, and youth. Join the movement for resilient, inclusive conservation tourism economies.
Summer in Namibia is the festive and holiday season. It is the time of a great trek northwards from the capital on the central highland, to traditional homes and families or westward to the cool Atlantic coast and social gatherings, big sporting events and lazy beach days.
Discover the untamed beauty of the Erongo-Kunene Community Conservation Area and Ombonde People’s Park, a dynamic bridge between tradition and innovation. Journey through stunning landscapes, from scenic savannah woodlands to ancient river valleys, while supporting a community-driven vision for sustainable Namibian tourism. Witness the harmonious coexistence of culture, wildlife, and nature in this upcoming gem.