Search Website:
Call Us:
CALL US (NAMIBIA): +264 (0)61-229 513 - Time (WAT) +0200 UTC

Blog

Zimbabwean Stone Sculptures

The Zimbabwean stone sculpture is a singular phenomenon in the context of African Art. A similar type of art it has not met in any other African country. This art is also singular in that it practically from scratch, ie from any...

Read More →
Die Deutsche Woermann-Linie (Colonial History)

The advertisement featured in the catalogue of the Deutsche Kolonial-Ausstellung (German Colonial Exhibition) from 1896 ( ⇐ German Wikipedia Link) refers to one of the central players in African maritime travel. As the Hamburg trading companies stepped up their business activities...

Read More →
Travelling Namibia with Minors

Whether you and your children plan to travel Namibia together - or your child will be travelling alone, prepare well in advance to ensure a safe and happy trip. Prepare your Child's (or your Children's) Travel documents thoroughly. Check the...

Read More →
Desert of the Skeletons (Full Documentary)

Huge deserted beaches surrounded by dunes, where boat masks have forgotten the company only the remains of unfortunate creatures are called skeletons Coast. This side of the Atlantic, east of Namibia, is the gateway to the Namib Desert, which follows...

Read More →
Traditional Namibian Song and Dance

In Namibia, traditional music is mostly found in the villages and less practised and enjoyed in urban areas. Local and foreign contemporary music in its multiple forms is notorious in all the corners of the country. Traditional music in rural...

Read More →
The African Mbira/Kalimba

The mbira has been an important instrument in sub-Saharan Africa and has played a part in African culture for 800 years. Although it can be a solo instrument, it is more commonly used as an accompaniment to singers, musicians and...

Read More →
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons
Copy Protected by Chetan's WP-Copyprotect.