The Gondwana Collection has introduced a new property in the Zambezi region of Namibia.
The Namibian Ministry for Environment and Tourism has received funding to address environmental issues.
Pohamba Shifeta, minister, environment and tourism, Namibia, launched the construction of new infrastructure for the Tsau//Khaeb National Park, which will include new offices, park entry gates and staff houses.
Bush Camp by Camp Kwando, situated on an island in the flood plains of the Kwando River in Namibia, has opened.
A new tourism route encompassing Etosha, Khaudum and the Waterberg Plateau in north-eastern central Namibia has been created.
Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism allocated NAD21.9 million (USD 1.75 million) of its 2018/19 budget to tourism development and gaming regulations, placing increasing focus on wildlife crime and tourism development.
After the extensive flooding across Kunene River in Namibia, which caused Kunene River Lodge to close, the lodge has reopened on May 02.
Speaking at the launch of the Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) congress, which also marked its 30th anniversary, Shepherd Chinhoi, chairperson, HAN, noted that Namibian tourism has seen enormous growth, despite other industries experiencing a downward trajectory.