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 offered our discerning palates as a testing ground for any new dishes which he might be planning on unleashing on the unsuspecting public,…

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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 heading into busy season,…

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May luck be with you…

May luck be with you…

…and bring you back up again – This is the traditional miner’s greeting from which the town of Tsumeb, in northern Namibia derived its motto – ‘Gluck auf’

Tsumeb makes for a great accommodations while taking a self drive to Etosha, as it is the gateway to the Oshikoto region,…

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The Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast

Anyone who has heard of Namibia has undoubtedly heard of her rugged and often deadly coastline – the eerily named Skeleton Coast. Unsurprisingly the name derives from the fact that this inaccessible stretch of coast was littered with skeletons, ship and whale alike!

Two of the most famous shipwrecks along the Namibian coast are the Eduard Bohlen (1909) and the Dunedin Star (1942) whilst one of the most recently discovered shipwrecks is one of the earliest and dates back to the 1500’s when the African coast was just opening up to Portuguese and Spanish explorers….

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