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Tourism created from the Omuramba Meander is also expected to increase benefits for urban and rural communities in the area Tourism created from the Omuramba Meander is also expected to increase benefits for urban and rural communities in the area

New Tourism Route Launched in Namibia

A new tourism route encompassing Etosha, Khaudum and the Waterberg Plateau in north-eastern central Namibia has been created.

Known as the Omuramba Meander, the area encompasses the triangle between the national parks of Etosha, Khaudum and Waterberg Plateau, which is often overlooked by tourists.

Some 40 accommodation establishments, activity providers, museums, arts and crafts and municipalities in the region founded the Omuramba Meander on the initiative of the Urban and Rural Development Ministry, which also contracted non-profit organisation Open Africa to develop the route.

André Neethling, a representing stakeholder, commented, “"Our region is not only a great stop-over en route between Windhoek and Etosha or the Zambezi region, but also a destination on its own inviting you to explore, or as we like to say - to meander."