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Traditional Village Excursions A bushy path leads from Namushasha River Lodge to a traditional heritage centre under the boughs of a great, old baobab tree. As if on a treasure hunt, colorful information boards along the way provide exciting clues to understanding the natural river bounty and the intriguing Caprivian way of life.

We want to say a BIG Congratulations to Piet Swiegers! He has just won 5th place in the 2013 UCI Mountain Bike Masters World Championships, XCO Cross Country, in the 45 to 49 class, which was held this past weekend in Pietermaritzburg.

#Adventure tourism is really any travel that combines physically demanding activities, cultural exchanges and authentic engagement with the natural environment. Celebrate real adventure tourism with us and learn about our #GoBigNamibia campaign: stories.namibiatourism.com.na

Can we WOW the Namibian child who has seen it all? Follow Emeritta on her #GoBigNamibia adventure on twitter @Michael Antrag Tourism. | learn more about the competition and chances to win prizes: stories.namibiatourism.com.na |

Paulus called to them, greeted them (omitting the ‘Love you’ he had voiced to some young beauties the evening before) and asked permission to take photographs.

A living museum is an ingenious concept, introduced to Namibia by the Living Culture Foundation Namibia (LCFN), where ethnic groups demonstrate their traditional way of life.

Follow my Footsteps: Back to the land .

Artist Anita Steyn has a gallery and studio on the main road where she creates and sells her artwork. Anita was hands-deep in clay when I arrived, making her popular ceramic basins,

It’s quite a surprise to wake up to the red sands of the Kalahari – and lovely too – as the sun lights up the burnished earth. It’s one more side of the brilliant multi-faceted Namibian diamond. Click the image to read the whole story!

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Follow my footsteps: Spirit of the mountains and ‘the best shower in Africa’- Koelkrans to Horseshoe Camp on the Gondwana Mule Trail

Passion for Namibia - the story behind Gondwana

As the Nama legend goes, a gigantic snake was preying on the people’s livestock. They eventually could bear it no longer and armed with knobkieries and spears, they attacked the greedy snake.

Follow my footsteps - Gondwana Collection Namibia

Could it be that Windhoek’s king of pimps was Jack the Ripper? Gondwana History uncover!

Mannfred Goldbeck has poured his life into restoring the area around Fish River Canyon. Since he founded the Gondwana Canyon Park in 1995, the area has become a rich and diverse ecosystem - measuring 126 000 hectares - with springbok, zebra and wildebeest. Help him win the Windhoek Ambassador Competition by voting for him.