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Black-Faced – Not Just Any Impala

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Conservation and Wildlife, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Oct
19

The black-faced impala (Aepyceros melampus petersi) is one of Namibia’s many conservation success stories. There are less than 3 000 of these endangered animals left, with about half of them resident in Etosha National Park. read more

Warthogs in Namibia

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Aug
21

Visitors to Central and Northern Namibia are in for a treat with sightings of warthogs alongside the roads or in farmlands on day trips from your Windhoek accommodation.

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Weird and Wonderful Plants of Namibia

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Jul
17

The welwitschia may be one of Namibia’s most famous plant but this desert country has many other botanical enigmas to show for itself. Discover these on trips into the wild lands of Namibia during your travels from Windhoek.

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Namibia’s Zebra

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Jun
19

Zebras are one of Africa’s best-known animals, and Namibia is home to two of the four species that roam the plains of Africa in large numbers – Hartman’s Zebra and Burchell’s zebra.

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The Lions of Namibia

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Conservation and Wildlife, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
May
15

Many centuries ago, lions were one of the most numerous animals on earth. Today, their range has been decreased more than any other animal. Even in the conservation haven of Namibia, their populations are now confined mainly to the Northern reaches of the country. Fortunately, they are still within reach of your Windhoek accommodation, and it is really worth travelling to see them during your holiday.

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