2013 Namibia Tourism Expo: Join in!


2013 marks the 15th Annual Namibia Tourism Expo, and this year is set to be bigger and better than the last. At the heart of this year’s expo will be ADVENTURE… in honour of Namibia having been selected as the first African country to host the 2013 Adventure Travel Summit.

The expo is all about bringing together the people of the hospitality industry, getting the word out about new and exciting products and services, as well as being a place where local Namibians can revel in all their beautiful country has to offer.

There are a few stalls that have built a name for themselves over the years, and it’s always a surprise to see what new ideas (and treats) they’ve got in store. There are also a variety of well-known restaurants that will operate at the Expo, so you can enjoy the gastronomical delights of Namibia as you meander through the stalls.

 

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What to see & do

Join us as we celebrate the best in outdoor & adventure travel:

Local, regional and international establishments

Luxury lodges and tented camps

Interactive Chef’s Demonstrations

Namibian Arts & Crafts Exhibitions

Namibian travel media & publications

Food, beer & wine tasting

And a host of other fun activities for travellers

 

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JV Song Competition

Also part of the Expo is the highly anticipated Joint Venture Song Competition. Every year, staff of the JV lodges across Namibia (who often spoil visitors with their beautiful song as they work) enter the competition to see who will be crowned best of the best and win great cash prizes. Just listening to the contestants sing is sure to light a fire in your soul. Don’t miss it on the 30th of May at 17h00 in the Events Tent, Windhoek Show Grounds. 

Wedding Exhibition

And if you’re interested in getting married in the middle of nowhere (click here for some Namibian wedding inspiration), then make your way to Hall A where all the wedding destination exhibitors will flaunting their goods. You’re sure to find some of the most spectacular wedding destinations in the world. 

The Bank Windhoek – Republikein Motorshow

Any traveller knows that half the journey is getting there. So take a look at what’s new at the Bank Windhoek-Republikein Motorshow. Apart from the amazing cars, there is sure to be some clever accessories and fancy camping equipment that will leave you wanting more!

 

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What's your favorite part of Expo2013?

Let us know what you love most about Expo 2013 via Twitter with the hashtag #expo2013. We're pretty sure at least some of you will be planning your next Namibia vacation before long!

 

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2013

Namibia Tourism Expo

Information

 Where

Windhoek Show Grounds

 When

29th May – 1st June 2013

 Show times

Trade Day

Wednesday, 29th May 2013 - 15:00 to 22:00

Public Days

Thursday, 30 May 2013 - 12:00 to 21:00

Friday, 31 May 2013 - 12:00 to 21:00

Saturday, 01 June 2013 - 10:00 to 17:00

Gates close 1 hour prior to expo closing times

 Entrance

Adults: N$ 40.00

Children: 6 – 12 Years: N$ 20.00

Children under 6 and Pensioners – Free of charge

Advance ticket sales only available at the standard rates and only available via Computicket

 Directions

 From Hosea Kutako International Airport to Windhoek Show Grounds

1. Head west on the B6 from Hosea Kutako International towards Windhoek (40.8km)

2. Turn right onto Sam Nujoma Drive (950m)

3. Take the 3rd left onto Jan Jonker Street (2.9km)

4. Turn left onto Lazarett Street (350m)

5. Take the 3rd right onto Bell Street (23m) 

 More info

Official NTE website

 

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