Welcome to Travel Namibia magazine
In Namibia, you can surf down towering dunes, visit stunning national
parks and drift over mile after mile of unspoilt wilderness by Cessna
plane, microlight or balloon. And that’s just for starters. No wonder
it’s consistently voted Africa’s top adventure destination. What’s more,
you can go it alone: with good roads and efficient services, a little
independent thinking is all it takes to put yourself in the driving seat
– literally – and discover this inspiring country at your own pace. Hamilton Wende checks his map, loads up with supplies and gets behind the wheel.
About Travel Namibia
Travel Namibia is the only international magazine dedicated to the promotion of travel to and within Namibia – and as such is a valuable resource for anyone interested in exploring this remarkable country. Designed to complement the material already put out by the tourist board and other organisations, as well as guide books, Travel Namibia (published annually) provides creative, unique content that gets under the skin of the country and meets the demand of today's informed traveller.
How to receive Travel Namibia:
There are three ways in which you can receive TRAVEL NAMIBIA:
• In Print Have the magazine delivered to your home as a printed publication. A fee of £4 (UK) or £7 (ROW) is payable to cover print and postage of the magazine. Order here.
• Online as digital emagazine flipbooks. Entirely free. Flick through, search, bookmark pages, print, share. Click here to see what we mean. Access it whenever you like by visiting the site, or register for us to email you a link to save you having to remember to keep checking in.
• On the App The Travel Africa magazines app on the iTunes App Store includes Travel Namibia and is ideal if you want to read your mag on an iPad or iPhone (Android version coming soon). Each issue is displayed in normal Page view so you can flick through the mag as you would in print, and a convenient Text view with adjustable font size for easy reading and scrolling. The App is free, and single issues of the magazines (Travel Africa, Travel Namibia, Travel Zambia, and Travel Zimbabwe) are priced individually.