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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…

Coastal tourism breathes sigh of relief

Tour operators and vendors at Walvis Bay have hope that the December holidays could start off on a good note for their livelihoods. This came to light after the Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety…

Mission Revive Tourism Initiated

<!-- --> Namibia and South Africa are taking big steps to revive their tourism sectors following six months of almost zero activity as the countries tried to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. More…

Namibia tourism sector observes World Tourism Day

Tourism enterprises and operators in Namibia on Sunday organized excursions to mark the World Tourism Day. At a popular heritage site in the Namibian capital Windhoek, Taimi Shivute, a local tour guide narrated historical events…

Namibia’s tourism sector optimistic about recovery

Bruised by COVID-19 outbreak, the Namibian tourism enterprises and traders are optimistic about business revival as the country open its borders to international visitors. On Sept. 11, Namibia welcomed the arrival of Ethiopian Airline carrying…

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Announcing The Namibia Travel & Tourism Forum!!

6 Months ago Local Tourism Is Lekker - Namibia was launched to bring the tourism industry together and it became a hub for local tourism in the country and we surpassed all expectations. Since then…

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,…