Following hot on the heels of Qatar airlines’ announcement that it will introduce four weekly direct flights between Windhoek and Doha, the Netherlands national carrier, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has disclosed plans to include Namibia in its African offering from late October 2017.
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.
Cape Town is one of the world’s favourite cities and the most visited tourist destination in South Africa, with an extremely welcoming attitude towards visitors and an outstanding tourist infrastructure. The city is easily reached by Namibian travellers via direct flights from Windhoek and even by road. The trip from Windhoek to Cape Town comprises 1 480km of good safe roads and makes a fascinating road trip with many worthwhile and interesting stops along the way.
Flying in to Namibia is a popular and convenient way to start your safari or business trip to this country and the aerial views of the country’s harsh landscapes are a scenic treat, with contrasting environments forming a picturesque patchwork when viewed from the air.
City Accommodation done Cape Town Island-Style
Are you intrigued by the many attractions of Cape Town, yet reluctant to embark on a full scale city holiday? Cape Town City Accommodation has the answer, in the form of luxury stays at the Island Club in Century City, an exclusive development located within striking distance of the city sights, yet nestled in a peaceful world of its own.
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