Namibian honeymoon packages

As a master of all things travelling in the land of the brave, Gondwana Collection Namibia knows precisely how tricky it is to find the perfect honeymoon itinerary with your significant other, considering tight budgets and the idea of getting utterly lost due to love...

5 reasons to visit Bwabwata National Park in Namibia

Anyone who has been to Bwabwata National Park or any lesser-known park for that matter, will agree that Namibia is so much more than Etosha and Sossusvlei. Although the latter two destinations are undoubtedly worthy to feature in almost every itinerary, there are...

Go Wild – Track Namibia’s Wildlife in 12 Days

Namibia is known for its seemingly never ending landscapes, its picturesque sceneries of dunes and rivers, and for its great variety of wild animals all across the country. Those, who have been to Namibia, know that seeing the entire country in one week is barely...

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Echoes from the Deep South of Namibia

Echoes from the Deep South of Namibia

Exploring the depths of the Fish River Canyon Namibia is a medley of curious contrasts that melt together to form a mellifluous harmony for any traveller who is willing to listen, experience and explore. Captivating contrasts in this country take travellers into the...

The Cardboard Box Travel Shop –  Exploring Namibia in detail

The Cardboard Box Travel Shop –  Exploring Namibia in detail

If you think Cardboard Box, do you think travel? Do you think Namibia, local people, travel advice, and breathtaking itineraries? Before you wonder what a cardboard box has to do with tourism, google www.namibian.org  and get lost in browsing the wide range of...

Ecology & Nature
What are the iishana of north-central Namibia?

What are the iishana of north-central Namibia?

When travelling to north-central Namibia during the rainy season, you might hear people talk about oshana (singular) or iishana (plural). These regions include the Owambo expanse, as well as Etosha where you will come across vast salt pans. If it rains enough, these...

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
The song of the Zambezi – Life in the “no wake zone”

The song of the Zambezi – Life in the “no wake zone”

“Surrender to the flow of the River of Life, yet do not float down the river like a leaf or a log. While neither attempting to resist life nor to hurry it, become the rudder and use your energy to correct your course to avoid the whirlpools and undertow.” – Jonathan...

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Namibian honeymoon packages

As a master of all things travelling in the land of the brave, Gondwana Collection Namibia knows precisely how tricky it is to find the perfect honeymoon itinerary with your significant other, considering tight budgets and the idea of getting utterly lost due to love...

Go Wild – Track Namibia’s Wildlife in 12 Days

Namibia is known for its seemingly never ending landscapes, its picturesque sceneries of dunes and rivers, and for its great variety of wild animals all across the country. Those, who have been to Namibia, know that seeing the entire country in one week is barely...

Echoes from the Deep South of Namibia

Exploring the depths of the Fish River Canyon Namibia is a medley of curious contrasts that melt together to form a mellifluous harmony for any traveller who is willing to listen, experience and explore. Captivating contrasts in this country take travellers into the...