Tourism (124)

The Gondwana Collection Namibia has expanded its Secret Collection with the addition of The Pearls in Swakopmund.

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) says it will play host to 10 passenger cruise liners this tourism season. 

Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has turned around its fortunes, enabling it to pay off its debt of N$93.8 million before its financial year ends next week.

The Namibian hospitality industry is gearing up for a promising 2024, with early indicators and expert insights pointing towards a robust recovery due to the strength of the online reservations and self-drive segments in Namibia.

The Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) will receive a group of 100 apprentices from Germany through the Inter-Cultural Relations Foundation, who will be joining the maintenance team, a collaboration, which will enhance the skills transfer efforts of the hospitality entity.

Namibia has recorded a 65% tourist occupancy of accommodation and establishments across the country, surpassing the 64% recorded in 2019.

Turkish Airlines plans to launch flights to Windhoek as part of an ambitious initiative by the airline to add 53 new destinations by the end of the year.

The Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security has launched online tourist visa application services, complementing the issuance of visa on arrival issuance, a system that was also recently introduced.

FlyNamibia has launched flights connecting Windhoek and Walvis Bay to Cape Town four times a week.

Namibia is experiencing a remarkable surge in European tourist arrivals, with the market constituting 72.3% of the total visitors in August 2023, latest data shows.

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