Tourism industry set to get a boost from…

Namibian Ports Authority is expecting a line of passenger cruise vessels to dock at the Ports of Walvis Bay and Lüderitz for November and December 2022, the entity announced this week. In a statement, Namport…

//Naobeb praises online tourism efforts

The Namibia Tourism Board CEO Digu //Naobeb uttered that with the advent of Covid-19, there is a significant shift to embrace social media and digital technology to be competitive in the tourism industry. This follows the…

Let’s Protect Namibia’s Tourism Industry

TOURISM contributed approximately 14,9% of Namibia's GDP and 15,4% of total employment in 2019, according to estimates by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) . More than one million travellers visit Namibia annually. Worryingly,…

Okaukukejo waterhole live streams on DSTV

NAMIBIA Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has gone a step further in giving animal enthusiasts a treat by installing a live stream camera at the Okaukuejo waterhole. The company's spokesperson, Nelson Muremi Ashipala, yesterday said the live…

Namibia launches Digital Nomad Visa

NAMIBIA is again selling her scenic landscapes, safety, and good internet connectivity to professionals who are location-independent and self-sufficient, to come and live, work and travel hassle-free in Namibia for up to six months. The…

NTB decries limited air capacity

Although the Bank of Namibia’s quarterly bulletin hints at a recovery in the tourism sector due to increased tourist arrivals, the Namibia Tourism Board identified a serious need for more air capacity to increase arrivals…

Mutorwa wants clean environment for tourists

THE minister of works and transport, John Mutorwa, has encouraged Namibians to work towards a litter-free environment and clean road reserves to create a pleasant travelling experience for prospective investors and tourists. Mutorwa said this…