Travelling with children (Under 18)

Travelling with children (under 18)

Namibia introduced new immigration rules in 2016 relating to travel with children. In addition to valid passports, parents travelling with children (under 18) should at all times carry the original or certified copy of the unabridged birth certificate. The full unabridged birth certificate should list the child’s details and both parents’ details. The abridged (short) […]

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Cheetah View Lodge Opening soon!

Cheetah view lodge

  Cheetah View Lodge is the newest guest accommodation at the Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF) – a non-profit organization committed to saving the cheetah from extinction. A stay here puts visitors within easy reach of the Fund’s Field Research Centre and Cheetah Sanctuary. Cheetah View Lodge is an exciting new property run by the Cheetah […]

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New look for Namibian resort

The Windhoek Country Club Resort, which is owned by Legacy Hotels and Resorts, has recently refurbished 26 of its bedrooms. The bathrooms have been rebuilt and all rooms now have separate bath and showers. The rooms have new furniture, a fresh coat of paint, new wallpaper and fittings. The remaining rooms will be refurbished in […]

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Namibian hotel renovated

Luderitz Nest Hotel in Namibia has recently undergone major renovations. Eight of the standard twin and double rooms have been redesigned and renovated and given new ceilings, walls, floors, windows and bathrooms.   The hotel has 70 rooms and three executive suites, all with sea views.

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Air Namibia Celebrates 26 Years of Independence in Style

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Air Namibia had an early 26th Independence celebration on Friday last week where staff members showcased, appreciated and highlighted their cultural diversity. Although, Namibia’s 26th Independence anniversary was celebrated last week, the national airline held an early celebration, where various departmental staff wore different styles of traditional attire, representing Namibia’s 14 regions. They also showcased […]

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Yellow fever: What you need to know

Reports of yellow fever have increased across Central, East and West Africa during the past few months. The current outbreak is believed to have started in Angola in December, and resulted in close on 200 deaths. The World Health Organization (WHO) describes it as the “worst yellow fever outbreak in 30 years”. The death of […]

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Autumn in Namibia

Have you planned a trip to Namibia in our Autumn months? It’s well known that this is a special time to visit as the weather is becoming cooler and the country is beautifully green (if the precious rains have fallen). Etosha is simply stunning in Autumn, with young antelope born during the rains dotting the […]

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