Windhoek, 15 February 2017 – Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) is distressed by the number of rhinos being poached. Over the past few months NWR has noted with great concern at how the situation has evolved especially within the Etosha National Park. What is, however encouraging is the way the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has taken charge in bringing to book these perpetrators.
Windhoek, 1 February 2017 – Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) would like to inform you that we have begun drilling (breaking of rocks) and digging out sand and rocks with heavy machinery at Sossus Dune Lodge (SDL). The aim of the project is to construct a new sewer reticulation network and sewer treatment plant.
Windhoek, 31 January 2017 – Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has followed in the footsteps of President Hage G. Geingob by signing performance agreements with its senior managers. Prior to the start of its financial year (1 November 2016 – 31 October 2017) each senior manager underwent training at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) aimed at sensitising them on the importance of performance agreements and what role they play in helping organisations achieve their goals.
Desert Knights Tour Overview
Day 1 Registration in Sendelingsdrift (RSA) or Hobas (Namibia). 35 kms cycle from Hobas Campsite to the Fish River Canyon
Day 2 Morning guided hikes along the Canyon or to Zebra pools. 68 kms cycle from Hobas to the Ai Ais Hotsprings Resort.
Day 3 Morning at leisure in the hot springs or in the large outside pool. 59 kms cycle from Ai Ais to the spectacular Gamkab Canyon.
Day 4 Optional cycle of 13 kms or transfer to Orange River for 20kms kayak to De Hoop.
Day 5 Morning guided hike or at leisure on the banks of the Orange River. 38 kms cycle from De Hoop to Hakkiesdoring as the full moon rises.
Day 6 Early departure for final 67 kms leg to Sendelingsdrift. Evening farewell function.
Day 7 Departure from the /Ai/Ais-Richtersveld Transfrontier Park.
Windhoek, 21 December 2016 – In what can be described as a major milestone in the life of the biggest and oldest resort within the Etosha National Park, Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) Okaukuejo generated a revenue of N$ 100 million during the financial year, 1 November 2015 to 31 October 2016 which translated to an overall revenue increase of 16% compared to the previous financial year.
Windhoek, 13 December 2016 – Over the past few months, quite a number of tourists have visited some Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) resorts/camps with the intention of undertaking the hiking trails at the respective facilities.