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Namibia Tourism Ministry digs in on new visa regime

The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism says it believes the visa regime for citizens from countries that do not grant visa-free entry to Namibians will have minimal impact on the country's tourism industry.

However, ministry spokesperson Romeo Muyunda says they will assess how the situation unfolds.

The new visa regime by … read more



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Namibia Tourism Board Tourism frontline workers get training

The Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) is conducting a two-day training workshop at Walvis Bay for frontline workers in the tourism industry to improve customer service standards.

According to a statement issued by the organisers, the training is held in collaboration with the Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business (HP-GSB) at… read more


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Namibia Tough times ahead for Tourism after visa bombshell

The Namibian tourism industry anticipates a drastic decrease in tourist arrivals following a decision by the Cabinet to impose a visa regime on certain countries. These countries include those not reciprocating Namibia's visa-on-arrival policy.

The decision was made last week and is set to affect jobs in the tourism industry,… read more


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UAE Emirates Emirates’ rebound in Southern Africa nearing pre-pandemic numbers

In the dynamic global aviation landscape, Emirates Airline has distinguished itself for its resilience and adaptability, particularly in the Southern African region.

With a strategic approach that balances consolidation, growth, and a deep understanding of local preferences, Emirates has navigated the challenges presented … read more




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Namibia Tourism Board Report: Namibia Tourism Board lead the charge for inclusive tourism

The vibrancy of Africa’s Travel Indaba this year resonates with the spirit of progress and inclusivity, notably reflected in Namibia’s robust participation. With a notable surge in exhibitors, the event stands as a testament to Namibia Tourism Board’s (NTB) unwavering dedication to advancing the nation’s tourism landscape.

Markin… read more


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Namibia A Trip to Namibia - we are amazed

Most people assume every country in Africa is poor, dangerous and has a terrible economy.

Most investors think Africa is uninvestable.

We disagree.

Certainly, the 54 countries in Africa are not all the same, and while some countries have more issues than others, similar to the United States and Europe, others can make the avera… read more


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