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Namibia and Conservation are like Carrots and Peas

Posted Posted by Arebbusch in Conservation and Wildlife, Latest News, News, Travel Blog     Comments No comments
Jul
11

Conservation and Namibia go hand in glove, a little like peas go with carrots. Although Namibia is a young country, the stories that make up its future are ancient, like threads woven into a tapestry. This land of wide open spaces, warm hearts and friendly smiles are making a huge effort to correct what damage was done in the past to its wildlife.

Wildlife was being systematically slaughtered and used as food which was often done illegally. Huge strides have been made in modern Namibia to reverse the situation, correcting the past, and with it a smart conservation plan has been implemented.

This has had a positive domino effect on all aspects on the lives of every Namibian and with it a whole new door has been opened introducing environmental tourism which now plays an important role. Environmental tourism means more jobs for the locals offering comprehensive training and education resulting in qualified conservationists.

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Namibia Conservation – The greatest conservation story ever told

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Jul
9

Namibia has created one of the greatest recovery stories ever told, and as actions often speak louder than words, the Namibian Government has gone out on a limb to create a whole new way of doing things by actively educating its people.

Killing wildlife was something that Namibians did in the past in order to eat, but with a recently-found independence Namibians are feeling excited about their future, building up their wildlife and preserving their natural world, and correcting what was done in the past. Educational conservation programmes are being devised by the Government giving generously back to its people, It has now become second-nature for Namibians to proudly conserve the land they call home.

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In Namibia, safari & conservation go hand in hand

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Apr
11

How often does wildlife conservation cross your mind? Most would say that our lives are so busy these days that we are so preoccupied with our own survival that there is little time to worry about the rest of the planet. In Namibia, a land of harsh climates, daily life is such a fine balance between preservation of the environment and the careful use of precious resources that we are constantly aware of the importance of conservation. With so many protected species and threatened environs, sustainable tourism is essential and nowhere else are best practices applied so passionately.

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Get your trip to Namibia off the ground with some adventure activities!

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Mar
27

So you’ve taken the leap and stepped away from the hustle – now you’re in Namibia, comfortably unwinding in your luxury accommodation, Windhoek has welcomed you as only Windhoek can, but you’re feeling like your plans are still all up in the air? Well, let’s get you sorted!  Here are some sure-fire ways to really get your trip off the ground; we hope that in your rush to get here, you brought your adventurous spirit along too. In Namibia, safari needn’t be as it was in days of old, torturous meandering through jungles in sweltering heat – we’ve geared things up a notch or two so you can take in the astonishing beauty of the region in exhilarating style.  Ideally positioned in the Central Highlands, Windhoek is the perfect springboard to a host of thrilling adventures, just a short flight or a scenic drive away. read more

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