July 26, 2012

Campsites of the north-central regions

A collection of culture, history and natural beauty by Ron Swilling King Nehale Gate, the northern entrance of the Etosha National Park situated just 44 kilometres […]
July 26, 2012

Seals thrive off the coast of Namibia

Ombudsman John Walters today found that according to a scientific survey done in December 2011 of Namibia’s seal population, the seal harvest in Namibia is biologically […]
July 27, 2012

Quad biking at the Namibian coast

Dune riding is both fun and environmentally friendly! The Namibian Coast Conservation and Management (NACOMA) project, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET), […]
August 2, 2012

Adventure takes flight

By Nicolette Jacobi The Dorob National Park (DNP), while established as a conservation area, is also a park for the people. Visitors to Dorob have a […]
August 12, 2012

Quantifying the quad-bike

Text Nicolette Jacobi Unequalled fun and environmentally friendly adventures wait for those daring enough to explore the dunes of Swakopmund and Walvis Bay on quad-bikes. You […]
August 17, 2012

Namibia travel tips

What should I wear? Packing to travel in Namibia is easy – it’s mostly warm in autumn and the nights are starting to become cooler. So […]
August 23, 2012

Nature Notes Namibia: Succulents

Bleeding fingers, ice plants, window plants, flowering stones by Amy Schoeman Referred to collectively as veld vygies and informally as ‘mesems’ by botanists and ‘planties’, at […]
September 3, 2012

Namibian nature notes: Osonanga lily

by Amy Schoeman The ‘anti-plant’ that thrives under drought conditions The osonanga lily (slangkop, groenlelie, Pseudogaltonia clavata, Lidneria clavata) , is described by botanists as a ‘relatively unimportant poisonous’ […]
September 3, 2012

Namib-Naukluft Park

A desert realm that welcomes you to enter by Hu Berry Ask Nama-speaking people, whose ancestry stems from the desert, what the word ‘Namib’ means and […]