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Welcome

Issue 6 (November 2010)

As a magazine editor I love the challenge of selecting interesting or inspiring stories, and working with our Art Director to present them in a way that is easy and rewarding to follow.

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Guide posts

Issue 5 (November 2009)

Recently I was sitting beside a campfire at the PAWS volunteer project, in the grounds of Okonjima big cat sanctuary. I’m a sucker for an African campfire at the best of times, but this one was particularly memorable. Not only did I have a cool bottle of Windhoek lager in my hand, but I had gatecrashed an informal gathering of safari guides. For a woman who can’t glean enough wildlife trivia, it was the perfect evening.

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Element of surprise

Issue 4 (May 2009)

I’d just spent three chilly hours on a night game drive in Namibia’s Etosha National Park and seen very little bar a couple of dik-diks and some springbok.

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Community Spirit

Issue 3 (November 2008)

Exactly four years ago my car broke down on a remote stretch of rutted road in Kaokoland. It could have been disastrous but for a remarkable stroke of good luck I was just a few hundred metres from a community campsite.

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Moro!

Issue 2 (May 2008)

Moro hello and welcome to Travel Namibia, our new magazine dedicated to bringing you the very best Namibia has to offer.

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Nawa!
Issue 1 (November 2007)
Welcome to Travel Namibia, a magazine which aims to inspire you to visit our country – to climb the world’s highest dunes at Sossusvlei, marvel at its ancient history, track rare rhinos in Damaraland, and enjoy time with us, the people of Namibia. Everywhere you go, from the top of the Brandberg mountain to the depths of Fish River Canyon, you will find Namibians who are intensely proud of their nation, with its pristine empty deserts, fascinating towns and abundant wildlife.
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