EXTRA Issues

 

We have now published five EXTRA issues, each a 16-page special edition focusing on one particular subject. This format allows us to study one aspect of Namibia in considerably more detail, providing you with a more incisive and interesting read, more practical advice to help you plan your trip... and more great writing and photography. We've learnt that readers of Travel Namibia are serious about learning more about the country, and this is our way of spoiling you. Enjoy. 

 

Please let us know if there's a particular subject you'd like us to tackle in depth in a future issue of Travel Namibia EXTRA, by writing to our editor.

 

Travel Namibia EXTRA are produced as digital emagazines. If you'd prefer to read them in print and have us deliver them through your letterbox, use our print-on-demand service to order printed copies (fees apply).

 


  • Travel Namibia EXTRA 5EXTRA issue 5 (August 2011)

    Welcome to a birders' paradise

    Spotting Namibia's most fascinating species What makes Namibia a birding hotspot Make the most of your birding trip to Namibia



    • tnx4-130.jpgEXTRA issue 4 (May 2011)

      Secret Etosha
      The magic of the 'green' season revealed Getting the most out of wildlife watching in the secret season Birding Best green season game drives.

     

     

  • tnx3-130.gifEXTRA issue 3 (February 2011)

    Picture Perfect
    A 12 page guide to photographing Namibia Top 5 birding hotspots Room with a view - Erongo Wilderness Lodge Black rhino Namibia's newest National Park.

 

 

  • tnx2-130.jpgEXTRA issue 2 (August 2010)

    A country for all seasons - when will you go?
    An insider's guide to planning your ideal trip. Dr Hu Berry takes you on a journey where, no matter where you are in the country or what the time of year, there is always something to amaze and delight you.

 

 



  • tnx1-130.jpgEXTRA issue 1 (May 2010)

    Desert life: what it takes to survive
    Get under the skin of life in the desert with a fascinating safari to discover the little 'uns that survive so well in testing conditions. Forget the Big Five; these are the truly remarkable creatures of the animal kingdom.

 

 

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