Etosha National Park Namibia

One of the largest national parks in Africa, one of the oldest and one of  Namibia’s number-one tourist destinations. Etosha National Park is home to 114 large and small mammal species, more than 400 recorded bird species, scores of reptiles and even a fish species. Etosha is the country’s flagship  park.  The size of the …

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Hammerstein Lodge, on wild cat walk

When traveling in the South of  Namibia on your way to Sossus, Sesriem or Naukluft Mountains, pay a visit to Hammerstein Lodge. Situated on the C19 , nestled between the Nubib and Tsaris mountains, only 60km from Sesriem. You have a choice of accommodation, ranging from  Selfcatering bungalows , Camping or Lodging with dinner, bed and …

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Sunday, June 5, World Environment Day 2016

The white rhino is a major conservation success story, having been brought back from the very brink of extinction. Let's continue to protect in Namibia. White rhinos are the second largest land mammal after the elephant. Adult males can reach 1.85m in height and tip the scales at a massive 3.6 tonnes. Females are considerably …

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Giraffes at Sunset, Savuti

Experience the magic of African Sunsets, this time, in the drier parts of the Okavango Delta, the Savuti, a region within the heart of the Chobe National Park. Camp Savuti, positioned on the banks of the Savuti Channel and close to the famous Savuti Marsh. Visit Visit the Okavango Delta, Botswana

Namibia, You Dream Destination in Africa

Namibia & Routes into , Botswana, South-Africa. Plan your Namibian Itinerary, including Maps of the different regions as well as tourism zones.