With wide open spaces to traverse and amazing things to see, cycling in Namibia takes on a new dimension. There are several quick and easy routes to follow while visiting the country, but many […]
While a trip to Etosha National Park usually makes it on to anyone’s to-do list while visiting Namibia, you should also consider taking part in some of the high-adrenaline activities in Swakopmund when planning […]
Harnas Wildlife Foundation (HWF) is a leading player in the field of nature conservation based at Gobabis in Namibia. Their main areas of focus are the protection of wildlife and natural resources, while also […]
The Cheetah Conservation Fund has been instrumental in keeping these big cats streaking through the savannahs of Namibia and the world since 1990, and is regarded as the world leader in research and conservation […]
One of the many drawcards for visitors to Namibia is getting to see unique desert adapted species. These include the lions and elephants of Kunene as well as the wild horses of Aus. But, […]
The AfriCat Foundation is based at Okonjima Private Nature Reserve in central Namibia, about half-way between Windhoek and Etosha National Park. This worthy institution is dedicated to the long-term conservation of Namibia’s large carnivores […]
Namibia is a particularly photogenic country with vast deserts, lush bushveld, a dramatic coastline, unique flora, abundant fauna and colourful citizens. For the professional, as well as the point-and-shoot amateur photographer, Namibia provides the […]
With lion numbers continuing to dwindle and only 20 000 of these animals left in the wild, lion conservation was recently dealt another crippling blow at this year’s COP17, held in Johannesburg this October. Despite […]
Seriously… we’re talking photography here, shooting lifetime images and award winning photos of our animals – not trophy hunting. Do you actually think we need help in diminishing our indigenous species? The poaching crisis […]
Saving the Rhino Trust (SRT) have been active campaigners in the fight to save one of the world’s most endangered species for over three decades, and they aren’t about to give up now.
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On the Blogs!
- Cycling in Namibia
- Skydiving in Namibia
- Harnas Wildlife Foundation
- 7 Things you can do to help save the cheetah – Cheetah Conservation Fund
- The Plight of Namibia’s Wild Horses
- The AfriCat Foundation – Namibia
- Photography In Namibia
- Predator Conservation Trust
- Guided Game Drives in Etosha National Park
- Going it alone in Etosha National Park – Self Drive Safari in Namibia
- An Invitation to Shoot our African Animals
- Know your Rhinos – Black Rhino vs White Rhino
- Where To Stay When Visiting Etosha National Park
- Things To Do In Etosha National Park
- The Main Event – The Animals Of Etosha National Park
- Etosha National Park Trip Planning
Today & Tomorrow
Sunday 03/26 50%
Chance of a Thunderstorm
Thunderstorms likely early. Low 18C.
Tomorrow 03/27 20%
Except for a few afternoon clouds, mainly sunny. High 31C. Winds ENE at 15 to 25 km/h.
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