August 28, 2012

Namibgrens – Namibia

A serendipitous find by Ron Swilling Midway between Sossusvlei and Windhoek lies an unassuming farm, NamibGrens. It belongs to the Rabie family, members of whom have […]
November 6, 2012

Sperrgebiet renamed to Tsau //Khaeb

It is official. The Namibian government has approved the name change of the Sperrgebiet National Park, which from now on will be called the Tsau //Khaeb […]
November 14, 2012

The amazing anaboom – a vital source

By Barbara Curtis, Photographs Vivienne Ward The Namib Desert appears to be a dry and dusty place where plants and animals battle against temperature extremes, strong winds […]
January 17, 2013

Surfing the sand – Namibian adventure

Text and photographs by Ron Swilling who experienced a genuine Namibian adventure It was all laid-back-surfer rhythm as I gave cool-cat Bambo “It’s Rambo with an B” […]
January 22, 2013

Namibia – Walvis Bay Waterfront

Ron Swilling strolls through an “alcove of charm” – the Walvis Bay Waterfront in Namibia No longer is Walvis Bay to be bypassed, driven through or […]
April 26, 2013

An olive education

Text and photographs Ron Swilling More than 3 000 olive trees grow in one of the sparsest regions of Namibia – Ron Swilling found out more […]