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Snow in Namibia?

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in General, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
May
17

While travelling through Namibia’s hot and sandy Namib Desert or barren Skeleton Coast, it is hard to imagine that this area was once covered by ice and snow.  However, geological formations in the Namib Desert, in a remote region between the Huab and Ugab rivers suggest that this may have been the case.

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On the Greens of Namibia

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in Activities and Adventure, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
May
10

Golf may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of things to do in Namibia, but there is no shortage of places to swing a club in this desert environment.  While you might imagine these spots to be nothing but one endless bunker, you will find manicured greens and top designs throughout the country. 

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Planning your Trip to Etosha National Park

Once you have decided to venture into the vast wilderness that is Etosha National Park, you have a few alternatives as to how you would go about your trip. Guided package tours are available through various reputable travel operators which will take care of everything on your behalf including activities, game drives, meals, and accommodation either inside or on the outskirts of the park.

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What to do in Namibia – Sky diving antics over the Namib

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Apr
19

While the Namib Desert is without question a harsh and unforgiving environment, it also has such an irresistible bad-boy allure scenery-wise, that thousands of admirers literally throw themselves at it every year.

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Investing in Namibia’s Future – The Amarula Trust

Posted Posted by Candice Winterboer in General, Latest News, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Apr
12

All over Southern Africa, countries are turning to tourism as a way to generate sustainable, eco-friendly income, reduce unemployment and increase skills.

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