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May 18, 2020
26 April 2019 The Living Museum of the Ju/’Hoansi-San is the first Living Museum of Namibia. It is a cultural highlight in Namibia as well as a good example for a sustainable development. The presentation of traditional San-culture The Living Museum of the Ju/’Hoansi-San gives visitors an interesting insight into the life of the friendly...
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17 April 2019 Namibia: A Country Made For Camping Namibia is home to a vast melting pot of cultures, landscapes and adventures – and it’s also one of best places in the world to pitch a tent. Come and discover Mik and Valerie’s Top 10 and find out why this is one of the ultimate countries to...
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4 April 2019 We can’t better the world by ourselves but we can do business in the most sustainable way. At least we try. African Travels is a Social Enterprise. Social enterprises are businesses that trade to tackle social problems, improve communities, people’s life chances, or the environment. They make their money from selling goods and services...
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22 March 2019 The world is slowly taking proactive steps toward a cleaner and greener future, and Zanzibar and Kenya seem to be making the most noise on the African continent at the moment. In 2006, the semi-autonomous ‘spice island’ opted to ban the use, import and distribution of plastic bags, and it has now...
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10 December 2018 The African islands Mauritius and the Seychelles have so much more to offer than just beaches and turquoise water!  The Seychelles as well as Mauritius offer mainly beachfront accommodation, delicious sea food and plenty of opportunities to relax, explore and enjoy water activities. Nature is there and you can do plenty of...
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29 November 2018 Many people traveling to South Africa have the Garden Route on their bucket list. But few people really get to experience it to the max. Make no mistake, even the N2, the national road leading you to the major towns along the garden route if definitely not a punishment to travel on,...
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9 November 2018 When you go on holiday, the last thing you want to do is worry. A trip to Africa isn’t something you do every day. It has to be a special memory in your lifetime that should be a life thrilling experience, perfect in every way.  As a travel agent we consider ourselves...
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18 October 2018 The use of plastic carrier bags and plastic flat bags will no longer be allowed in Botswana as the Plastic Carrier Bags and Plastic Flat Bags Prohibition Regulations, 2018 will come into operation on the 1st November 2018. A statement from the Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism has urged...
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28 June 2018 Namibia follows Kenya with banning plastic bags!  With immediate effect plastic bags are no longer allowed within all Namibia National Parks. Therefore, any plastic bags that might be in your possessions will be removed by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism personnel when you enter any of the National Parks. We suggest...
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5 June 2018 A small group safari with maximum 12 travellers has a lot of advantages! There’s a great social vibe but with a maximum of 12 people you won’t feel lost in the crowd;Itching to be more independent? We provide a good balance of group time and “you” time allowing you to explore locations...
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