Come to Namibia and find the land with a never ending story . . .




Each town has its own state hospital and in Windhoek, the capital, there are two world-standard privately run hospitals and two state hospitals, each with fully-equipped and maintained intensive-care units.


Two companies, MedRescue and Areomed, also provides 24hr emergency medical rescue operations.


These services are efficient, effective and prompt, extending to the most remote regions of the country by aeroplane, helicopter or road.




Namibia's landscape can be divided into four regions. The oldest desert in the world, the Namib, is a long, narrow coastal desert with a wide variety of wildlife.


The central plateau has landscapes ranging from rugged mountains and rocky outcrops to dense bushy areas and the wide open plains of Etosha National Park.


This plateau gradually falls towards the east where the Kalahari Desert lies, characterized by long, vegetated red-sand dunes, in the Northeast the high-rainfall areas of the Kavango and Caprivi.



Namibia has a dry climate with mostly warm to very hot days, while the nights are generally cool. Average day temperatures in summer ( October-March ) is between 25-35 degrees celcius with winter temperatures lower during the day and dropping to 0 degrees at night.




Namibia is ruled by a Multiparty Parliament and has a democratic Constitution which is highly regarded by the international community.




Namibia has a well-established road network which provides access to all the towns, parks, reserves and tourist attractions . Namibia also has a well-developed and efficient electricity and water supply structure run by Namwater and Nampower, both semi-state organizations. Overseas airlines providing a service to Windhoek are, South African Airlines and British Airways/Comair. Air Namibia is the national carrier and maintains international flights to Frankfurt and London. Please contact your travel agent for flight details.




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