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Namibia Delegation Visited the UAE to Highlighting key Tourism Attractions

As the tourism and hospitality industry recovers, Namibia is looking to showcase the country's unique attractions and heritage with a high-level government and tourism delegation having visited the UAE to communicate and engage with partners, media and agents about the travel opportunities offered by Namibia as well as strengthen crucial relationships.

Led by Pohamba Shifeta, minister of environment, forestry and tourism, Namibia, and Digu Naobeb, CEO, Namibia Tourism Board, the delegation reinforces the country’s alluring attractions as a must-see tourist destination nestled along the southwestern coast of the African continent with a large land surface, known for clear blue skies and sunshine, unpolluted air, memorable wildlife encounters and the best destination for star gazing.

 A land of remarkable contrasts, with breathtaking views, desert landscapes, woodlands and waterways, the delegation will highlight the best places to visit and the destination's positive, social, economic and environmental approach for the tourism industry that meets the needs of travellers from different backgrounds.

 During the presentation, the delegation, which consisted of Namibia's finest tourist operators with travel packages on offer, spoke about the country’s opportunities first-hand and highlighted that getting to Namibia is easier than ever with flights via Cape Town and Johannesburg.

 A promising destination, the essence of Namibia undeniably lies in its people, their warmth, culture, history and gastronomy. The economy is based on agriculture, fishing, mining and tourism. Similar to the UAE, Namibia has seven cluster regions with infinite opportunities and diversity and remains one of the most beautiful countries worldwide with a kaleidoscope of activities and adventures for tourists.