10 reasons to do Safari2Go’s Namibian Highlights Tour

If Namibia is “Africa for beginners”, then Safari2Go is definitely “Namibia for beginners”. It offers easy, hassle-free adventures at your fingertips ... without you having to lift a finger.  Where does one start exploring a country so large, so varied in...

Valentines Day in Namibia

Valentine’s Day, less commonly known as Saint Valentine’s Day, is a special day that takes place on the 14 February every year. People all over the world express their affection to their partners, lovers, friends, and colleagues with flowers, chocolates, and...

An arid land of milk and honey – welcome to Gondwana’s Omarunga Epupa-Falls Camp

A swarm of honeybees makes its way into the hive – with yellow pollen pants! It is an astonishing sight – incredible in every sense of the word, especially because this is in one of Namibia’s most arid regions. Welcome to Kaokoland – a true wilderness that is home...

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10 reasons to do Safari2Go’s Namibian Highlights Tour

10 reasons to do Safari2Go’s Namibian Highlights Tour

If Namibia is “Africa for beginners”, then Safari2Go is definitely “Namibia for beginners”. It offers easy, hassle-free adventures at your fingertips ... without you having to lift a finger.  Where does one start exploring a country so large, so varied in diversity,...

Which outdoor activities should you do when in Namibia?

Which outdoor activities should you do when in Namibia?

I’m sure you’ve all done your research and have thoroughly planned your Namibian itinerary, but have you thought about things you could do in your spare time? Besides ticking off the national parks, the deserts, the beautiful landscapes and the ocean on your bucket...

Five reasons to do yoga in dreamy Namibia

Five reasons to do yoga in dreamy Namibia

We are up before the crack of dawn. It is a slow morning because getting up this early on your holiday is rather uncalled for. But the guide promised us the previous evening that we wouldn’t regret it. After a short drive we arrive at the sunrise spot where we run up...

Ecology & Nature
How to photograph Namibia’s endemic Dune Lark

How to photograph Namibia’s endemic Dune Lark

The desert-adapted Dune Lark is Namibia’s only endemic* bird. It does not drink water and feeds on seeds and insects in the desert. This little dune runner’s distribution range is entirely within the Namib Sand Sea, from the Kuiseb River in the north to the Koichab...

People & Culture
Celebrating a “Green” Christmas in Namibia

Celebrating a “Green” Christmas in Namibia

The Christmas season is celebrated by millions of people around the world every year. Houses are decorated, friends and loved ones are showered with gifts, and sumptuous feasts are prepared. But there is also a different side to Christmas, the “side effects” we tend...

Stories & History
Fun facts about the Benguela Current in Namibia

Fun facts about the Benguela Current in Namibia

Why is the Atlantic Ocean that touches the Namibian coastline so ice cold? It first sparked my interest when I dipped toes into the Atlantic Ocean on the Floridian coastline. I anticipated the water to be a lot colder because that is how I knew and loved the Atlantic...

Miscellaneous
Valentines Day in Namibia

Valentines Day in Namibia

Valentine’s Day, less commonly known as Saint Valentine’s Day, is a special day that takes place on the 14 February every year. People all over the world express their affection to their partners, lovers, friends, and colleagues with flowers, chocolates, and gifts....

Gondwana Collection

10 reasons to do Safari2Go’s Namibian Highlights Tour

If Namibia is “Africa for beginners”, then Safari2Go is definitely “Namibia for beginners”. It offers easy, hassle-free adventures at your fingertips ... without you having to lift a finger.  Where does one start exploring a country so large, so varied in...

An arid land of milk and honey – welcome to Gondwana’s Omarunga Epupa-Falls Camp

A swarm of honeybees makes its way into the hive – with yellow pollen pants! It is an astonishing sight – incredible in every sense of the word, especially because this is in one of Namibia’s most arid regions. Welcome to Kaokoland – a true wilderness that is home...

Which outdoor activities should you do when in Namibia?

I’m sure you’ve all done your research and have thoroughly planned your Namibian itinerary, but have you thought about things you could do in your spare time? Besides ticking off the national parks, the deserts, the beautiful landscapes and the ocean on your...