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Kaokoland

Kaokoland

Kaokoland region of Namibia covers the far north-west and is one of the last great wilderness areas of Southern Africa. From the Hoanib River in the south to the Kunene River in the north intrepid visitors can explore the Marienfluss, Hartmann’s Valley, Epupa Falls, Ruacana Falls or the testing Van…

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African Wild Hunting Dog

African Wild Hunting Dog

The African Wild Hunting Dog, also known as the Cape Hunting Dog, Painted Dog or simply Wild Dog, is one of the most endangered mammals in Southern Africa. Fewer than 5000 now exist due to their need for large territories, and their susceptibility to a variety of diseases. Among the…

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Skeleton Coast re-visited

Skeleton Coast re-visited

Namibia’s Skeleton Coast is a desolate desert. It’s the graveyard of ships, and anything else that dares to come close,. Its isolation and age old gravel plains, does not render it to the 4×4 explorer, but to the pilot and his passengers and this is heaven.

Swooping low…

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Namibia’s Swakopmund Resort

Namibia’s Swakopmund Resort

Swakopmund is Namibia’s premier coastal resort, popular with locals and travellers alike. This picturesque town is renowned for clean beaches, palm lined avenues and excellent fresh seafood and we even have the best limo rentals from http://northcoastlimo.net/. There are enough activities to keep visitors busy for a week or more,…

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Windhoek

Windhoek

Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek, isn’t exactly Cape Town with sprawling beaches or New York with a teeming night life. But Windhoek does have something different – dubbed as the “cleanest city in Africa” – it certainly provides a pristine environment in which to browse the many attractions including the Alte…

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Vultures in Namibia

Vultures in Namibia

Often seen as the portent of doom, spirals of slowly descending vultures are one of Africa’s dramatic wildlife sights. However, these beautiful creatures are in danger of extinction across the continent. Namibia is a popular birding safari destination as it is home to the Cape Griffon and Lappet-Faced Vultures. Programme’s…

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An EXCLUSIVE Sneak Peek

An EXCLUSIVE Sneak Peek

The ATI Holidays’ staff members consider themselves a bunch of foodies; David (our Big, Bad boss and managing director) is known as the curry King of Windhoek. He is English after all!

So when The Olive Exclusive informed us that Chef Anthony was joining the team, we immediately…

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Birding in Namibia

Birding in Namibia

The beginning of 2015 has been an interesting challenge. We have seen absolutely tremendous growth in the Namibian tourism sector, which has meant all hands on deck:- quoting, looking after clients and making sure that we remain top of our game.

Believe it or not, as we are…

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