Thursday, March 31, 2011
Friday, March 25, 2011
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They will now be taking guests to stay at the new Dolomite Camp in western Etosha National Park on Day 7 of this itinerary. Dolomite Camp will officially open in June, and will be the newest camp inside any National Park. We are certain that this change will not impact on the quality of the safari and, if anything, it should enhance it as it offers a stay inside the restricted western portion of the Etosha National Park. This change will not affect the price of the safari and the stay there will also include a night drive.
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Wednesday, March 23, 2011
This information serves to keep track of the movements of known animals and greatly supports the research project.
For more information or to make a booking please click on our link: http://www.namibiareservations.com/bullsporte.html
Thursday, March 17, 2011
As their contract to manage and run the concession has not yet been renewed, we hope you will understand that it is impossible for them to guarantee any future reservations. We tender our sincere apologies for any inconvenience which their state of uncertainty may be causing, but tat the moment they cannot hold to their declared expectation of being able to re-open the lodge on 1 May 2011.
We will let you know as soon as we have any further clarity regarding the future of Hobatere and have this information relayed on to you.
Friday, March 11, 2011
The World Economic Forum (WEF) released the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report on March 07 at the Global Tourism Forum 2011 in Andorra. Last year’s football world cup contributed to South Africa as a holiday destination as it “reinforced South Africa’s position as a key international tourist destination,” along with “reasonably priced hotel rooms and a favourable tax regime,” says the report. Yet, “safety and security remain serious concerns” and so is the level of health and hygiene with “low physician density and concerns about access to improved sanitation.
Namibia’s western neighbour, Botswana, which ranked fifth in the region scored high for its natural resources, with much nationally protected land area, rich fauna, and a lack of environmental damage. The country also benefits from excellent price competitiveness, with low-ticket taxes and airport charges, a favourable tax regime, and low prices more generally. “In addition, some aspects of the policy environment are supportive of the sector’s development, including well-protected property rights and few visa restrictions,” comments the report.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Due to the unexpected closure of Monkey Island in the Okavango Delta, they have been forced to replace Monkey Island with an alternative property. We are delighted to announce that they have been able to include Nxamaseri Island Lodge.
This change does not affect the price for the 2011 season.
For a full itinerary detail please click on the link: http://www.namibiareservations.com/ultimate_kalahari_delta_falls.html
Monday, March 7, 2011
They are connected to the main grid (Nampower) so their chalets and restaurant have a reliable power supply.
As the campsite and chalets are on a small personalised scale: a swimming pool, sunset deck and fully licenced bar are available to all the residents.
They are situated on the C19, 30 kms south of Solitaire and 50 kms north of Sesriem, approximately forty five minutes from the main gate way to Sossusvlei.
For more details please visit our website: www.namibiareservations.com/agama_river_camp.html
Thursday, March 3, 2011
The Villa 2–6 Persons: N$ 5827.00 FI
Bush Suite 1 Person: N$ 8651.00 FI
Bush Suite 2–4 Persons: N$ 5827.00 FI
Park fee of N$175.00 included in the above rates.
Rate includes: Private guide, vehicle & chef. Accommodation, all meals, activities, drinks (except premier and imported brands), Laundry, internet, DSTV, levy & vat.