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Namibia explores fast-track tourism reopening

The Namibian government, in collaboration with the tourism and hospitality sector, will conduct a targeted international tourism revival initiative between July 15 and August 15 as part of its efforts to fast-track the opening of…

Namibia to open its borders

NAMIBIA will be the first country in the southern African region to open up its borders to international tourists after the outbreak of the global Covid-19 pandemic. This is to avert continued job losses in…

Wildlife Gets Bulk of Environment Budget

THE Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism has allocated 36% of its budget to wildlife and protected area management. This was announced by minister of environment, forestry and tourism Pohamba Shifeta during his budget motivation…

Air Namibia Discontinues Charter Flights

Air Namibia this week announced that it has discontinued all charter flights with immediate effect. The cancellation of the service will affect at least four flights that were scheduled for South Africa, the UK, and…

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Namibia: Youth in Tourism Prepare for When the…

Many articles about people's experiences as tourists in Namibia highlight the amazing vast landscapes, the friendly people and the unique environment the country offers. It is a heart-warming feeling for most of us involved in…

Crafts market slumps amid Covid-19

TOURISTS have not visited many parts of the country, especially the Kunene region, due to the state of emergency in the country, and the crafts industry there is in dire need of a lifeline. The…

Tourism sector recovery in Namibia expected to be…

Recovery in Namibia's tourism sector is expected to be slow even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, as travelers need to recover financially and to build confidence regarding their safety when traveling, an outlook released Tuesday…