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Arebbusch Travel Lodge is running a special on their double, twin, triple and large self-catering chalets from now until the end of June 2018.
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.
We are delighted to announce the long-awaited opening of our luxury tented camp at Arebbusch Travel lodge. This exciting innovation is a one-of-a-kind experience for travellers seeking accommodation in Windhoek. Our tented camp offers a plush safari experience just steps away from all the luxuries of civilisation.
Windhoek’s place to be when it comes to kiddie’s party time has got to be the i-Fun park. Directly across the road from Arebbusch Travel Lodge, more than 930 children hosted their birthday parties their last year.
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.
Qatar Airways is growing their fleet and at the same time adding exciting new routes to its offering, including direct flights between Doha and Windhoek. These will commence in September 2016.
All over Southern Africa, countries are turning to tourism as a way to generate sustainable, eco-friendly income, reduce unemployment and increase skills.
At the recent Academy Awards gala evening, the movie ‘Mad Max – Fury Road”, filmed in Namibia, was nominated for 10 awards and presented with 6 Oscars on the night.
In June this year, Namibian conservation lost one of its true champions, when Chris Eyre, despite his many victories over narrow-mindedness, poaching, and the march of time, finally succumbed to lung cancer at the age of 72.
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