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Three Gondwana lodges receive awards

18. juillet 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection

The world’s largest online travel site TripAdvisor and Eco Awards Namibia acknowledged Gondwana’s continuous investments into service excellence, sustainability and nature conservation. Canyon Village was inducted into the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame, Namushasha River Lodge received the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, and Damara Mopane Lodge was awarded the highest eco quality seal by Eco Awards Namibia. 

Three Gondwana lodges receive awards

Gondwana joins NTA’s apprenticeship programme

13. juillet 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection

Ten employees of the Gondwana Collection Namibia participate in the Apprenticeship Pilot Programme that was launched recently by the Namibia Training Authority (NTA) in cooperation with the Namibian Employers Federation (NEF) and the Global Apprenticeships Network. They are part of altogether 300 apprentices from 22 companies that signed the funding agreements towards which the NTA dedicated more than N$40 million. 

Gondwana joins NTA’s apprenticeship programme

Gondwana engages like-minded Namibian company as shareholder

06. juillet 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection, Economics

Gondwana Holdings Ltd and Nam-mic Financial Services Holdings (Pty) Ltd signed a subscription agreement on 3 July 2018. With the signing of the shareholding agreement Nam-mic Financial Services Holdings becomes a 10% shareholder of Gondwana Holdings Ltd. The capital invested flows directly into the expansion of the tourism group.

Gondwana engages like-minded Namibian company as shareholder

Gondwana and the King Nehale Conservancy join forces

04. juillet 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection, Tourism

Exciting developments are afoot, as the Gondwana Collection Namibia signed a Joint Venture Agreement with the King Nehale Conservancy on 28 June 2018. The agreement will allow Gondwana to develop and construct a new lodge within the Conservancy, about 5km north of the King Nehale Gate to the Etosha National Park. The envisioned lodge will host 40 rooms, which will pay homage to the rich cultural heritage of the area. Furthermore, it enables the conservancy to generate an additional income.

Gondwana and the King Nehale Conservancy join forces

Feeling high while exploring the depths of the canyon

25. juin 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection, Discover Namibia

“If you are looking for a smooth adventure - this is perfect. Not as tough as the big ‘real’ hike, and still a lovely experience.” What a positive feedback of a hiker, who recently participated in Gondwana’s Canyon Klipspringer Trail. Just imagine exploring the Fish River Canyon from as close as it gets, hiking in almost pristine nature with just a light backpack, dreaming at the campfire… Since April this year 140 hikers tackled the Canyon Klipspringer Trail in the northern parts of the second largest canyon in the world. 

Feeling high while exploring the depths of the canyon

Gondwana lodges host team of mobile vet clinic

22. juin 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection

The Baines Vetcare Mobile Animal Clinic visits remote towns around the country, sets up base and invites community members to bring their pets for free spay and neuter services. Their main focus is to help pets from low or no income households in areas where no veterinary services are available. At the beginning of June, Dr Ian Baines and his team visited the Eastern Zambezi Region. Gondwana supported their cause and invited them to stay at their lodges.

Gondwana lodges host team of mobile vet clinic

On the road: along the Canyon-Diamond Route

15. juin 2018, inke - Tourism, Gondwana Collection

Sparkling stones, wild horses, sweeping desert vistas and old diamond-mining towns epitomise this section of Namibia... There’s mystery and intrigue to be had in Namibia’s south-western corner where diamonds were once so numerous that they were said to sparkle by the light of the moon. And, where champagne was cheaper than water. But, that doesn’t mean that you have to rush to get there. No siree. The canyon first needs its due respect.

On the road: along the Canyon-Diamond Route

Taking stock of wildlife at Gondwana Kalahari Park

06. juin 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection, Environment

It is not only photographers who go into raptures: Gondwana Kalahari Park is characterised by a uniquely picturesque landscape of elongated dunes and valleys of red sand, yellow grass and green acacias. This private nature reserve (98 km²), owned by the Gondwana Collection, is home to animals which are typical for the Kalahari. A scientifically sound game management programme is monitored by qualified park management staff. An annual game count provides valuable data to the park management in terms of game numbers and diversity. The 2018 game count in Gondwana Kalahari Park took place on 2 and 3 June.

Taking stock of wildlife at Gondwana Kalahari Park

Kalahari Anib Lodge makes it into the Hall of Fame

06. juin 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection, Tourism

Gondwana Collection Namibia is proud to announce that Kalahari Anib Lodge has become a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame winner. The lodge qualified for the Hall of Fame after earning Certificates of Excellence for the past five consecutive years. The award celebrates excellence in hospitality and is given only to establishments that consistently receive great traveller reviews on TripAdvisor over a 12 month period. 

Kalahari Anib Lodge makes it into the Hall of Fame

Namib Desert Lodge: a showcase for eco-friendly concepts

30. mai 2018, inke - Gondwana Collection

It is the third consecutive year that a Gondwana Collection property has reached the final of the Responsible Tourism Awards (RTA) and the first time to win the award. The Namib Desert Lodge scooped the prestigious award in the Accommodation Establishment category. The winners were announced today (30 May 2018) at the Namibia Tourism Expo in Windhoek. This year’s RTA criteria are based on the theme for the 2018 Tourism Expo: “Conservation – small things matter.”  

Namib Desert Lodge: a showcase for eco-friendly concepts

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