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Domestic tourism picks up in Etosha

Despite the negative impacts stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic, domestic tourism has been reported to have picked up with more locals visiting the Etosha National Park compared to international tourists. Etosha is one of the…

China could be a source market for Namibian…

China could emerge as a major source market for the Namibian tourism sector, hard hit by COVID-19 pandemic, a government official said on Wednesday. Romeo Muyunda, chief public relations officer in the Ministry of Environment,…

Nam tourism steadily recovering

<!-- --> Namibia’s tourism industry, bleeding from N$20 billion (approximately US$1,3 billion) losses incurred during the new coronavirus-induced economic decline, is slowly but surely finding its feet as people resume traveling to the country’s prime…

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Namibia to launch tourism expo amid COVID-19

Namibia's Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta on Wednesday launched the Tourism Expo 2020 scheduled to take place from Nov. 4 to 7 in Windhoek despite the current COVID-19 pandemic. The minister at…

UNWTO chief to visit Namibia

The Secretary-General of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Zurab Pololikashvili will be on an official visit to Namibia from Nov. 1 to 4, an official said. The visit is aimed at strengthening Namibia's tourism…

Relief for the Tourism Industry

Players in the tourism industry can now heave a sigh of relief after the government yesterday announced the relaxation of Covid-19 restriction, including the removal of the five-day mandatory test for international visitors. President Hage…

Lira chosen as Namibia’s travel ambassador – Namibian

The Federation of Namibia Tourism Association (Fenata) has chosen multi- platinum award-winning South African artist Lerato Molapo known by her stage name Lira, as their first travel ambassador. Lira's endorsement is part of Fentata's travel…