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Kunene Welcomes Tourists’ Return

SINCE the lockdown in March, the Kunene region has been one of many regions badly affected after borders were closed to tourists. The tourism industry is the livelihood of thousands of its inhabitants. Ansta Gabathuler,…

Namibia welcomes first tourist flight – Informante

TOURISM in Namibia took a small step towards revival when the first direct scheduled airline flight between Europe and Namibia in six months landed at the Hosea Kutako International Airport earlier on Sunday. The Eurowings…

Airlink, Flysafair plan to spread their wings beyond…

While SAA is waiting for funding to implement its business rescue plan, SA Express' provisional liquidator is busy with a due diligence process, and Kulula.com's owner's rescue plan is due on Friday, private domestic airlines…

Tourists not required to isolate for seven days

The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism has amended one of its tourism revival initiative protocols to allow tourists visiting Namibia to proceed from their first place of accommodation in the country before completing a…

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Namibia welcomes tourists in September

NAMIBIA'S borders will reopen to international travellers via Hosea Kutako International Airport only from 1 September 2020. Environment, forestry and tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta revealed this on Tuesday when he announced the new implementation protocols…

Namibia’s tourism expo scheduled for November

Namibia's biggest tourism event, the Namibia Tourism Expo (NTE), is scheduled to take place in Windhoek from Nov. 4 to 7, the organizers confirmed Wednesday. The expo will be hosted by Namibia Media Holdings (NMH)…

Erongo hospitality hit hard

Erongo Hospitality Hit Hard

BUSINESS started picking up for many restaurants and eateries in the Erongo region, but new government restrictions have made it nearly impossible for them to cope. The region has been closed off from the rest…