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Arebbusch Travel Lodge 2017 Festive Season Accommodation Special

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in General, Specials, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Nov
23

At Arebbusch Travel Lodge we’re really getting into the spirit of Christmas. Book our Festive Season Accommodation Special and join us for the holiday celebrations.

The offer is on when you stay with us from 11 December this year to 7 January 2018. These rates are however only available if you book directly at Arebbusch Travel Lodge. Here’s what’s up for grabs.

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Things to do in Windhoek over the 2016 Festive Season

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Nov
29

Another year has flown swiftly by and it’s time to take a look at what we can get up to in Windhoek this December.
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The Weather and Climate of Namibia

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in General, Travel Blog, Travel Tips and Advice (FAQ)     Comments No comments
Sep
6

Namibia is Southern Africa’s driest country, with an average of 300 sunny days per year. While this bodes well for sun-seeking tourists looking for perfect weather to indulge in all the adventure activities that Namibia has to offer, there is more to the Namibian climate than endless sunny days and sweeping desert landscapes.

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Things to do in Namibia – Travel Along the Wine Route

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Activities and Adventure, Destinations and Attractions, General, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Jul
26

It’s quite natural for Southern African Travellers to assume that they will need to visit the Cape winelands to sip on Africa’s finest vintages, but Namibia too, has a thriving wine route with a charm and character all of its own.

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Tourism in Namibia

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in General, Travel Blog, Travel Tips and Advice (FAQ)     Comments No comments
Jul
12

During 2010, Namibia topped the Lonely Planet rankings as the best country to visit and last year, 2015, it was narrowly pipped at the travel polls by Singapore. It seems that international travellers have developed a long-standing love affair with this large, sparsely populated country in the South Western reaches of Africa, making the tourism industry in Namibia one of the biggest money-spinners in the country.
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