Travel and Tourism
 

Over the years Namibia has become a popular destination for tourists from all parts of the world and. Many hearts and minds continue to be enthralled by this land of compelling natural wonders, unique variety of wildlife, contrasting beautiful scenery, abundant sunshine and wide open spaces not to mention the cultural diversity and hospitality accustomed to its people. 

Visitors are engulfed by a sheer sense of freedom generated by wide and breathtaking horizons, the bluest of skies and a population density which ranks among the lowest in the world. Respectively, Namibia’s capital Windhoek has been voted many-a-time as the cleanest city on the continent.

Namibia was one of the first countries in the world to include the protection of the environment and sustainable utilization of wildlife in its constitution. About 15.5% of the country has been set aside as national parks. In these areas, rare and endangered species of animals, birds and plant life are preserved and protected. 

Particular attractions include the Etosha National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Africa which is home to a variety of animals and birds, including several endangered species; the Namib-Naukluft Park, a vast wilderness and the fourth largest nature conservation area in the world; the Skeleton Coast National Park; and the Fish River Canyon, the world’s largest after the Grand Canyon.

Wilderness and modern amenities co-exist happily in this land of vivid contrasts. Visitors to Namibia can see the country by means of comfortable coach tours, fly-in safaris, self-drive tours, or guided tours tailored to suit individual needs. A large number of lodges and guest farms are found all over the country. For the more adventurous, there are wilderness safaris, game walks and drives, horse/hiking trails. Popular leisure activities include sand boarding, quad biking, skydiving and paragliding amongst others. Photographic safaris can also be arranged.

Namibia, being a young and vibrant democracy, prides itself in its commitment towards the maintenance of peace, stability and socioeconomic development. Coupled with a first-world inter-connected infrastructural network, Namibia is truly a rare African gem.

 

Additional Namibia Tourism Links:

 

 

 

 

Namibia Tourism Board            

 

 

 

Hospitality Association of Namibia

 

 

 

Mountain Bike Namibia

 

 

 

Hunting in Namibia                    

 

 

 

Namibia Community Based Tourism Association
 

 

 

Namibia Travel Guide Safari Holidays Information                         

 

 

 

Namibia Wildlife Resorts
 

 

 

Tour & Safari Association

TOUGHA

Namibia High Commission Accra Ghana Visa

High Commission of the Republic of Namibia

21 Nortei-Ababio Street, Airport Residential Area.

Accra,Ghana

+233(0)30 2799764/5

+233(0)30 278 8438