Tag Archives: NL45

namib rand reserve namibia

A striking and unconventional beauty

To commemorate our 45th edition, we bring you this new newsletter format and articles available on our blog. This veritable gold mine of current information, is jam packed with articles on travel destinations we’ve handpicked to suite our varied clientele, as well as practical information to help you on your journey including interesting and exciting […]

rhion camp palmwag in namibia

Palmwag, exclusive eco-safari

For the more discerning traveler in search of safari, Palmwag offers abundant wildlife and prolific fauna in a luxurious setting. The Desert Rhino Camp is an exclusive lodge with 8 Meru-style canvas tents that sleep up to 16 guests. Raised from the ground on a wooden deck, each tent features an en-suite bathroom with a […]

sossusvlei namibia dead tree

Splendor and secrets of the desert

Sossusvlei is a stunning salt and clay pan, surrounded by the highest dunes in the world, some reaching 325m. The entire Sossusvlei area is ensconced in sand and is only accessible via the dry bed of the river, Tsauchab. Many years ago the river connected to the sea, but then harsh easterly winds started to […]

namib rand reserver stagazing in namibia

Head for the stars

This sprawling nature reserve which covers over 200,000 hectares, has fast become an attraction for star gazers and has been recognized by the International Dark Sky Association as a choice destination. The park staff has made this possible by limiting the amount of lighting on the park grounds, out of respect for the prolific wildlife […]

etosha national park in namibia

Your top safari destination !

The Etosha National Park is the number one Namibian safari destination. It is a beautiful sanctuary to over 114 species of mammals, including the famous “Big Five” (lion, rhino, leopard, buffalo, elephant); 340 species of birds; 110 of reptiles; 16 of amphibians and, oddly enough, only one fish species. Spanning 22,000 square km, Etosha means […]

Twyfelfontein in Namibia

Where art and history meet

Twyfelfontein has been inhabited by Stone-age hunter-gathers since 6000 years ago and boasts one of the largest galleries of rock engravings in Africa. The archaeological site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007. In total, more than 2500 prints and some paintings, crafted by the Bushmen tribes of San and KhoiKhoi, as well as […]

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Sea, sand & fun at Swakopmund

Swakopmund is Namibia’s largest coastal town and a choice destination for vacationers. Founded in 1892 by German settlers, the town’s European-style architecture is awe-inspiring against the backdrop of the beautiful beaches. If you’re an extreme sports enthusiast, Swakopmund has it all on offer, including eco-sensitive quad biking and sandboarding over the dunes, skydiving, windsurfing in […]

Enchanting Namibia

Day 1 : WINDHOEK Arrival in Cape Town Meet and greet with our local representative and hand over of your travel documents Pick up car rental. Self drive to your accommodation, Windhoek. Night at Hilton Hotel and breakfast. Day 2 : OTJIWARONGO Departure to the region Otjiwarongo. Arrival at your Lodge. Afternoon, excursion in 4×4. […]