Monday, February 7, 2011

Road Conditions in Namibia - Update

It continues to rain throughout Namibia. Some of the key roads are getting washed out. Please check at for latest updated conditions.

Drivers are advised to drive only at a safe speed.
You should enquire on road conditions a day before you tackle the road, as those conditions change overnight. Drivers should not try to drive through rivers, muddy/flodded road intersections or drive through mud holes as depth cannot be assessed. This applies to drivers of 4x4 vehicles as well.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Road Conditions in Namibia

It has been raining all over Namibia in it is still ongoing in some parts. For road conditions in Namibia visit

Friday, November 26, 2010

New Regulations for Dolphin Cruises

Due to new rules and regulations from the Marine Tourism Association of Namibia in conjunction with Ruth H. Leeney,Phd: Co-Director/Co-Founder of the Namibian Dolphin Project no boats or marine cruise operators will be allowed in the eastern side of the harbour of Walvis Bay. This is the stretch from long beach to the bird island. As this is the resting place for mothers and calf’s and whales."
All cruises will still operate normally, except for the restricted area.

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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

New Namibia Travel Portal Launched

A new Namibia travel portal has been successfully launched today. Visitors can check out trips and services offered in Namibia.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Opening of Dolomite Camp delayed...

Due to unforeseen circumstances, NWR has experienced some delays with the progress of the much anticipated Dolomite Camp development in western Etosha National Park. The camp is now due for completion during April 2011, and anticipated to be open from beginning May 2011.
NWR apologizes for any inconveniences this delay may cause.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Gelbingen Lodge Day Visitors

Gelbingen Lodge has informed Namibia Hotels Online about the following:
With immediate effect all day visitors and buses will have to park their vehicles the parking bay supplied at the main gate. This means that the guests will have to walk a short 30-odd meters to the main house. This arrangement is due to the alpacas, which are going to arrive soon, and who will then come and say hello at the gate. They would like to thank the guests for adherence to the new rule.

For more details regarding Gelbingen Lodge visit our website at:

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Catamaran Sailing in Namibia

Come relax and enjoy a sailing excursion aboard our catamaran fleet "Fairweather 1", and "Manatee" moored at the Walvis Bay Yacht Club. Designed specifically for charter and cruising work, their two hulls provide both stability and comfort ensuring that you will enjoy your time aboard. With toilets, cabins, and a spacious saloon area, Fair-weather 1 can comfortably sleep 6 people, and for daily cruising carry up to 18 passengers with ease. Manatee can carry up to 27 passengers.

For more information visit: Sun Sail Catamarans