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Namibia expects more Chinese tourists: official

Chinese tourists are now among those that frequently visit Namibia thanks to concerted engagements between the two countries coupled with the availability of easy access flights between Namibia and China, according to a Namibian tourism…

More than 40 years looking after nature –…

Peter Bridgeford’s book ‘Conservation Pioneers in Namibia – and stories by game rangers’ was very well received this week at its official launch, organised by the Namibian Scientific Society. Paying tribute to the conservation stalwarts…

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Lindeque becomes an IRDNC board member

Former environment ministry permanent secretary Malan Lindeque has been appointed to the board of Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation. Lindeque was appointed to the board during the IRDNC board meeting on 18 January at…

NTB, Team Namibia sign agreement to promote local…

The Namibia Tourism Board signed an agreement with Team Namibia in Windhoek last week to promote the procurement of local products and services. The agreement between the NTB and Team Namibia will commence this month,…

Ship Passengers Impressed With Coast

Tourists visiting Walvis Bay on a day trip Wednesday were in awe of the town's beauty and tourism activities. German national Winfried Lamm, arriving aboard one of the four passenger ships that docked at Walvis,…

The most beautiful African National Parks

Savannas, rainforests, deserts, volcanic landscapes, mountains and coasts; added to that is its incredible wealth of fauna. That always attracts tourists. People are ready to pay a lot of money to see exotic animals in…