Windhoek, 20 October 2015 – As we are fast approaching the holiday season, a number of us are looking forward to taking a long deserved break and possibly travelling to the coastal side of Namibia. It is for this reason that Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) would like to inform the Nation and our International tourists that during this upcoming holiday season, the Miles (Jak-kalsputz, Mile 72 and Mile 108) including Mile 14 will be closed to the public.
Windhoek, 12 November 2015 - Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) is happy to inform its clients and trade partners that its services at Okaukuejo are back to normal. After having experienced a power challenge over the past few days that resulted in an inconsistent supply of electricity at the camp, Okaukuejo is now fully functioning as before.
Windhoek, 19 November 2015 – After undergoing renovations over the past few years, Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) is ready to open its Hardap Resort doors to the Namibian and International Public from 1 December 2015 from as little as N$ 338.00 in the newly renovated rooms.
Windhoek, 11 January 2016 – It has now just come to the attention of Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) that the two bodies of the German nationals who went missing have been found though unfortunately they are not alive.
Windhoek, 18 January 2016 – With the holiday season, having come to an end for many of us, Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) cannot hide its excitement at the rate the domestic market explored our camps/resorts throughout the country. For instance, from 1 December 2015 up until 31 December 2015, all six of the camps/resorts within the Etosha National Park received an average of 60% total occupancy in comparison to 2014 where we received just above 40%. This huge increase is attributed to the keen interest that the domestic market showed in wanting to explore Namibia.
Windhoek, 27 January 2016 – It is with great dismay that Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) read about the article that appeared in the Namibian Newspaper on 26 January 2016. The article with the heading “Tourist complains of 'worst holiday' at Etosha” is contrary to what is taking place at the Namutoni Fort.