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Tourists by the busload visit the Cape Cross Seal Reserve daily to see Cape Fur seals, regardless of the fact that a few hours before they enter the reserve, scores of seal pups are killed as part of
The mayor of Windhoek in Namibia, Elaine Trepper, at the opening of the 2011 Namibia Tourism Expo on Wednesday, said that visitors to the country should not only be shown how well-off Namibians are li
The Namibia Tourism Board is delighted to announce that it has recently been awarded Best Tourism Board in Africa at the Good Safari Guide Awards 2011.
Federation of Namibia Tourism Associations (Fenata) Chief Executive Officer, Jackie Asheeke, has said while the tourism sector has great potential for employment creation, more people can be absorbed
The annual culling of thousands of Cape fur seal pups will start next month and animal rights groups are calling on Namibia to stop the barbaric killings and rather make money from the animals' touris
The Namibian and Angolan governments have signed an agreement on jointly developing and promoting tourism activities between the two countries, visiting Namibian Minister of Tourism Netumbo Nandi Ndai
More than $2,700 000 dollars is urgently needed to support the government of Namibia in responding to the plight of up to 350,000 people hit by widespread floods, a United Nations spokesperson said Mo
At the request of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Feneta gave the Namibia tourism industry an overview of sector performance in 2009 in the wake of the deepening global economic crisis.
Leeuwarden, The Netherlands (eTN) – At the ongoing International Institute for Peace through Tourism European Conference, currently being held at the Stendan University, two countries have made clea
An elephant was shot dead - allegedly for a local chief's "braaivleis party" - in front of several tourists in the Bwabwata Park in the Caprivi Region last week, causing many of the shocked visitors t
A Sussex tourist has told how he and his wife were subjected to a "truly terrifying" raid by armed bandits at a secluded safari camp in Namibia.Nick and Maggi Bradgate, of Crowborough, East Sussex, were with seven other tourists and three guides, when the attack happened.He said: "Our tents were slashed. We were dragged from our tents. One of them said 'Don't look or we kill you'."
The honorary award was announced at the Nordic Travel Fair, Matka 2008, in Helsinki on January 17."Namibia is a rising tourism country and an excellent instance of an African country developing its tourist industry in an exemplary manner," the Finnish Guild of Travel Journalists said in a statement issued in Helsinki yesterday.
WINDHOEK - Five foreign tourists and their pilot have been killed in the southern African nation of Namibia after their light aircraft crashed into a house on take-off, aviation officials said.They said the five dead tourists were believed to be from Israel, although there was no immediate confirmation from the Israeli authorities.