When you travel one of the best ways to experience local culture, and to get a sense of what a country is really all about, is to try the food. A traveller who does not eat adventurously will not really be travelling adventurously and with that, let’s take a look at some of Namibia’s most popular and distinctive food. Oysters at Swakopmund. Kapana If you are exploring Katatura in Windhoek then you hav
Whether you’re on holiday, or just looking to blow off some steam over the weekend, a round of golf is a good way to take in some wonderful scenery and spend some time with friends. Now many people may not know this but the Land of the Brave is home to several unique courses. Let’s take a look at some of them… Sticking to the fairways at the world class Omeya course.(Image via Omeya Golf and Residential Oasis) Windhoek Golf and Coun
Situated in the previously restricted western section of the Etosha National Park there’s a campsite that you may not yet have heard of... It's called Olifantsrus and it offers up unique game viewing experiences. Here is a bit more information on this awesome place. Olifantsrus is more than a resting place for Elephants...It is a camping and game viewing experience of a lifetime. It is located approximately 60kms from Galton Gate, 130km
Celebrity, Dillish Matthews, went on a Namibian road trip of a lifetime. See what the Big Brother star had to say about touring her home country and plan your own adventure around Namibia with the Dillish itinerary. Dillish’s roadtrip hits Solitaire! 1. Which part of the trip surprised you most? That would be the Epupa Waterfalls. I was taken away by the scenery, the crocodiles and, of course, my favourite of all was when we went water
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to soar above the world’s oldest desert then read on. Angie Cosey is the star of our latest guest blog and in her piece she recalls the wonder and peace one experiences when floating along the wind currents of Namibia. Pictures and words by Angie Cosey Get ready for flight! It was our Second day in Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert of Namibia. Dwight and I went on a hot air balloon
Going on holiday in Namibia is not just about serene landscapes and safaris. The Land of the Brave has loads of extreme adventure on offer for visitors looking to get their blood pumping. In this blog we’ll be looking at ten activities for all you adrenaline junkies, speed freaks and explorers out there. Get ready for adventure…(Image via Cazenove + Loyd) Kitesurfing The fresh south westerly winds that reach Walvis Bay lagoon make thi
Anette Mossbacher is a professional photographer who has lived in Africa and Asia and has spent a great deal of time in the remote wilderness and bush getting face to face with wildlife. Anette’s nature and wildlife photographs have been published in magazines, books, commercials and have won several awards including the International Photography Awards in 2014. In this blog post she shares with us a few tips for taking photos in Namibia..
The seaside town of Swakopmund is a regular destination for local and international tourists. The town always bustles with activity and there are plenty of places to eat and drink in the little holiday town. Here is just a taste of what’s on offer... Breakfast in Swakop Image courtesy of Village Café Village Café 21 Sam Nujoma Ave +264 64 404723 Loved by locals and tourists alike for its quirky character and good service. Perfect