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New Wilderness Camp to be Opened in July 2013

Tracey Campbell - October 12, 2012

Wilderness Safaris have just announced that they will be opening their brand new Wilderness Classic camp – Hoanib Skeleton Coast – in July 2013.  This exclusive camp will have just 8 units (including one family unit) and will be located 90 km south-east of their previous Skeleton Coast Camp site, offering guests the opportunity to […] Read More


10 Reasons to go to Namibia

Tracey Campbell - October 10, 2012

A trip to Namibia is an adventure in itself. Namibia is a beautiful country, with endless highlights – the red sand dunes of Sossusvlei, the wild desert elephants in Damaraland, the stunning Etosha National Park … it is, however, a vast country, so it does involve a lot of driving – the average distance between […] Read More


The Wrong Use of a Foghorn

Tracey Campbell - September 17, 2012

A few years ago, we stayed the night at Ongava Tented Camp, which borders the fabulous Etosha National Park in Namibia.  When we checked in, we were shown around our room, and special care was taken to point out the foghorn.  We were told that as there was no cell/mobile phone reception, neither was there […] Read More


Baby Rhinos at Epacha

Tracey Campbell - August 17, 2012

At the begining of this year, the peeps at Epacha Private Game Reserve in Namibia announced that 4 of their female black rhinos were expecting. Pregnancy for a rhino is not easy, we women think we have it rough with 9 months – a rhino carries for about 18 months. So it was a great […] Read More


New Air Namibia Routes

Paul Campbell - April 13, 2012

Air Namibia has launched three new regional routes to Harare (Zimbabwe), Ondjiva (Angola) and Gaborone (Botswana). The routes will add significant capacity to the airline’s regional operations. Flights will operate between: Windhoek and Harare four times a week, Windhoek and Ondjiva three times a week and Windhoek and Gaborone three times a week. Unfortunately it […] Read More


Stunning New Accommodation in the Desert

Tracey Campbell - October 27, 2010

The wonderful Wolwedans Dune Camp, in Namibia’s Sossusvleu, has just announced that they have upgraded 6 of their tents (and I say tents with my tongue in my cheek – I should rather say palatial suites – they are stunning!). The new tents are larger, with private bathrooms and a bigger deck area outside. Wolwedans […] Read More


Cheetah Kingdom – Tonight at 8 pm on ITV1

Tracey Campbell - September 20, 2010

The second episode of ‘Cheetah Kingdom’ will be screened on ITV1 at 8pm this evening. An ITV film crew has spent much of 2010 at Okonjima following the daily work of the AfriCat Foundation. The series provides a glimpse at the conservation work undertaken by the foundation and provides a great overview of life at […] Read More


Nosy Giraffe !

Tracey Campbell - August 25, 2010

We always say that a trip to Namibia is not only an adventure, but it is also offers some superb game viewing opportunites … for these guests travelling with Springbok Atlas, this was certainly true ! I wonder if the giraffe was just lost and asking for directions to the nearest waterhole though ?


Camel Rides at Sossusvlei

Tracey Campbell - August 18, 2010

Guests who choose to stay at Little Kulala, Kulala Desert Lodge and Kulala Wilderness Camp can now enjoy something completely different as an added activity – a camel ride ! 3 rides are currently offered – a 10 minute ‘hop on / hop off’ ride literally for those people who want to say ‘been there […] Read More


Open Season in Namibia – up to 50% off

Tracey Campbell - June 25, 2010

To help support tourism in Namibia, the Namibia Tourist Board has got together a collection of lodges and Air Namibia, who for the months of June and July ONLY will be offering up to 50% off their published rates. The collaboration is know as “Namibia: It’s Open Season” and its sole purpose is to help […] Read More