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HAVING secured a joint-venture agreement with King Nehale Lodge of Gondwana Collection Namibia is one of the major achievements of the King Nehale conservancy in the Oshikoto region. This is according to Esther Petrus, the conservancy's coordinator.
Petrus last week said the lodge is built within the conservancy area, and the… read more
Skyworld Aviation announced the sale of an ERJ 145 to Westair of Namibia. Previously, it was in operation with HOP. The aircraft ferried from France to Namibia on April 8.
This transaction by Skyworld takes the total to 19 aircraft placements during the Covid-19 period, comprising ERJ 145s, Avro RJs, and Q400s.
Namibia is open for international travel and is
welcoming all nationals into the country under the conditions that they
follow protocol upon arrival. To help guide the country’s international tourism revival initiative, Namibia announced new health… read more
Namibia'sMinistry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MET) has finally obtained all necessary approvals to implement the revised Nat… read more
Skyworld Aviation sells ERJ 145 to Westair of Namibia.
Serial number 145342 was previously in operation with HOP! The aircraft ferried from France to its new owner, Westair of Namibia, on its temporary registration F-WTBQ last Thursday.
Airlink, the largest airline in southern Africa, currently serves the Botswana cities of Gaborone and Maun. In the process of rebuilding its network, the airline has opted to intensify its offer in its most promising markets.
From April 2, Airlink will open a route from Johannesburg to Kasane. The private South A… read more
Tafika Travel Advisor was established to advise and help our clients how best they can plan, budget, spend their travel in the Southern Africa countries. We are specialized in arranging safari trips for Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa.
We are the only independent ground handling company … read more
On January 16, Angola suspended its air links with Portugal, Brazil and South Africa, in response to new variants of Covid-19.
Two months later, the government lifted the restriction allowing TAAG Angola Airlines to regain its main markets.
As of Thursday, March 11, regular commercial flights are once again authorize… read more
Wilderness Safaris has been nominated in the Best Hotels and Best Safari Outfitter categories of the coveted 2021 Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards. Showcasing its dedication to conservation tourism in Africa, a total of 34 of its world-renowned camps have been listed in the Best Hotels category. Readers and travellers who believe in W… read more
An innovative format for challenging times: a total of 3,513 exhibitors from 120 countries have decided to take part in the digital edition of ITB Berlin NOW from 9 to 12 March 2021. Tourism organisations and associations, travel technology providers, tour operators, the hotel industry and destination management companies (DMCs) are strongly rep… read more