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Those who have visited Namibia before will find it no surprise that the Royals are reflecting on a honeymoon in Namibia. With one of the lowest population densities on earth, this African country is the ideal destination to seek out some privacy during these intimate first weeks. Namibia offers a high standard of hospitality and an excellent tourism infrastructure, luring over 1.5 million tourists during 2016.
When you check in to your Windhoek Accommodation at Arebbusch Travel Lodge, you’ll know that you’re in an eco-friendly resort straight away. The immaculate gardens, indigenous bush and abundant birdlife are a dead giveaway.
Namibia is Southern Africa’s driest country, with an average of 300 sunny days per year, perfect for sun-seeking tourists looking for perfect weather.
Make sure you take the time to meander along the Namibia Wine Route – you’ll be pleasantly surprised! Check out where to go.
In 2010, Namibia topped the Lonely Planet rankings as the best country to visit – check out why they won this coveted spot!
Large, sparsely populated and arid, comprising mostly desert, Namibia spans 824,292 square kilometres of south western Africa. Come and visit us!
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!
Etosha National Park is the world’s foremost self-drive safari destination, after the Kruger National Park in South Africa.
All over Southern Africa, countries are turning to tourism as a way to generate sustainable, eco-friendly income, reduce unemployment and increase skills.
Namibian fashion designer Nikola Conradie, has been setting the catwalks alight with her home-brewed designs – find out what she’s been up to.
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