CONSERVATION & WILDLIFENamibian Travel Blog
The Acacia Pied Barbet is one of the many birds you’ll get to see during a trip to Namibia. Find out more about this interesting creature here.
The oryx represents the essence of Namibia with its graceful beauty and hardy nature. Find out more about this iconic antelope here.
Namibia is one of the best places in Africa to spot birds. Click through to find out why birdwatching in Namibia is a must do activity.
The swallow- tailed bee-eater is a common resident of sub Saharan Africa and often seen by avid birdwatchers in these countries. Find out more about these colourful birds here.
Spending time with gorillas is one of the rarer safari experiences and well worth the extra effort required. Here’s why you really must plan to go gorilla trekking, soon.
Rhinos are fast becoming one of the world’s rarest creatures. Find out more about these powerful African animals and where to see rhinos in Africa.
The African red eyed bulbul is one of southern Africa’s best-known species, found in gardens and wild spaces across the region. Find out more here.
African lions are always on the safari wish list when visiting Africa. Find out more about the King of Beasts & where to see them here.
African elephants are on everyone’s list of sought-after safari creatures. Find out more about elephants and their role in the wild here.
Conserving the environment is a top priority in these times. Discover how Arebbusch Travel Lodge is committed to protecting nature and how you can help too.
In Namibia, you’ll discover unique sights and incredible creatures. From Windhoek to the vast reaches of Etosha, Namibian wildlife will enchant and amaze you.
Did you know you can submerse yourself in nature from the moment you land in Namibia? Learn about the best place for bird-watching in Windhoek.
Leopards have been getting a lot of bad press lately, but don’t let that put you off your travels to Namibia. Negative instances involving these big cats are extremely rare and it’s usually much harder to find them than it is to avoid them and here’s why.
The yellow mongoose, aka the red meerkat is a common wildlife sighting in Namibia. Find out more about these interesting animals.
The black-faced impala is one of Namibia’s many conservation success stories. Half of the 3 000 that are left are resident in Etosha National Park.
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.
The welwitschia may be one of Namibia’s most famous plant but this desert country has many other botanical enigmas to show for itself.
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.
Make sure you get to see Lions when you visit Namibia. Most prolific in the north of the country, you will be able to see them on a day-trip from Windhoek.
Find out where you can expect to find Springbok in Namibia, and what makes this antelope so fascinating to visitors far and wide.
The desert elephants of Damaraland are world-famous for coping in their hostile environment, and rightly so, but these are not the only elephants that occur in Namibia. African elephants are found in most of the country’s national parks, with Etosha National Park...
Cheetah numbers have declined by over 50% percent since 1975 and continue to plummet. Find out what you can do to help save these animals from extinction.
Do you know the difference between the black and white rhinos? Find out more about these endangered species and what you can do to help.
Namibia is home to the critically endangered, desert-adapted Black Rhino but they are struggling in the face of rampant poaching. Find out how you can help.
The wild horses of Namibia are a huge draw card for tourists to the area and worth protecting. Find out where they came from and where to see them.
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