Exploring Namibia's Caves

31st of January 2014 12:44

Namibia is not only renowned for its amazing wildlife and wide variety of people but also its unique geology. In this blog post we will be looking at three very different Namibian caves that members of the public can visit and explore. There are over a hundred known caves in Namibia and most them are found in the Otjozondjupa Region in the north eastern territories of the country. Many theories have tried to explain the role that the caves have p

The Wild Dogs of Namibia

29th of January 2014 04:00

The African wild dog or Lycaon pictus is truly one of nature’s wonders. Its intelligence, social pack structure and beauty make it one of the most interesting animals to track and view on safari. Namibian conservation groups are currently trying to bring these canines back from the brink of extinction and now you can help.  Getting to know the African wild dog Once these animals could be found in over 39 countries across the African contin

EES- Saving Namibia's Rhinos with Kwaito

24th of January 2014 01:19

Namibia Kwaito sensation EES has made it through to the final round of a German talent competition and stands to win 1,000,000 EURO which will be donated to a charity of his choice. Being particularly passionate about his home country EES has declared that he will donate his winnings to the Save the Rhino Trust and other conservation projects and charities doing good work in Namibia. Ees on stage and in action. Earlier in the week EES had some t

Capture Namibia: Photography Tips from Scott Sporleder

21st of January 2014 03:41

Scott Sporleder is an American photographer from Laguna Beach, California. He sums up his philosophy on photography like this: "If I can get a person to daydream, zone out or relax for just 5 seconds everytime they view one of my images, than I've accomplished my goal."  We recently caught up with him and learnt how he managed to capture some amazing images while adventuring through Namibia.  Tell us about your most unforgettable

Popa Falls Camp- Another Hidden Gem in Namibia

17th of January 2014 09:51

In the north east of Namibia, perched at the top of the Okavango and overlooking the uniquely beautiful Popa Falls you can find NWR’s Popa Falls Camp. The camp is the perfect place to use as a base for exploring Namibia’s Okavango Delta and Caprivi Strip. The camp, which had fallen into disrepair, was recently re-opened by the Namibia Wildlife Resorts and is now welcoming tourists once more.   The falls, and the camp are nestled between

10 Reasons You Should Visit Namibia

13th of January 2014 07:49

In June last year we announced that the lucky winner of our Landscape Escape competition was one Kevin Read from Canada. Kevin won a once in a lifetime trip around Namibia and decided to document what he and his wife Ruth discovered on their journey through the land of the brave. Ruth and Kevin- winners! Kevin and Ruth enjoyed their stay so much that they compiled a list of reasons why they think you should take the plunge and explore this vast

White Water Adventure on Namibia's Kunene

9th of January 2014 02:29

Whether you are looking for relaxing game viewing opportunities, or all the thrills and spills of white water rafting a trip down one of Namibia’s rivers is for you. In this post we will be covering a variety of rafting adventures that you can experience in the land of the brave. Rafters preparing to set out on an adventure.(Image courtesy of Kunene River Lodge) There are two major rivers that are used for rafting in Namibia: The Kunene in nor

Northern Namibian Homestay at Ongula

5th of January 2014 03:42

Namibia is full of hidden treasures and Ongula Village Homestead Lodge near Ondangwa is one such treasure. The lodge can be found nestled next to a traditional Owambo homestead and guests staying there are afforded a unique opportunity to experience life in traditional northern Namibia. What is Ongula? Ongula Village Homestead Lodge is community run lodge near the northern town of Ondangwa where travellers who are willing to go out of their

Tips for a Self-drive Namibia Adventure - Part 2

23rd of December 2013 06:25

Driving around Namibia is not difficult, but you will need to take note of a few things before you set out on your epic self-drive adventure through the Land of the Brave. This is part two in a series of posts giving you all the information you need to make driving through Namibia as easy, and enjoyable, as possible.  For more useful tips, read part one on tips for a self-drive here. Explore Namibia and get up close and personal with

Tips for a Self-drive Namibia Adventure - Part 1

13th of December 2013 01:07

Travelling through Namibia by car is one of the best ways to explore this extremely vast and beautiful country. The freedom you have to stop anywhere and go anywhere can make driving in Namibia extremely rewarding. This post, the first in a series of two (click here for part two), will give you all the tips you need to make the most of your self drive road trips in Namibia.   Things you should have in your car A Camera. This is somethi

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