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Forget guide books – take an expert instead: Travel firms are recruiting guest lecturers to ...

The Daily Mail 10 Oct 2021
Prices start at £2,095pp ... RELATED ARTICLES ... Share ... The firm also offers expert-led overseas tours focusing on literature, music, wildlife and archaeology, as well as others based on lesser-known subjects such as rock and cave art from France to Namibia ... Luxury Short Breaks - Cultural Tours - City Breaks - Kirker Holidays Cultural tours ... .

Wilderness safaris, White desert introduce new journeys

Mmegi Online 13 Aug 2021
Antarctica and Namibia, offers two of the most remarkably remote luxury travel experiences in the world, taking one from the southernmost point of the earth to the far-flung deserts of Namibia ... Guests will then fly to Namibia’s remote north-west to experience a life-changing ...

Namibia: 80 Percent of Rural Households Without Electricity

All Africa 27 May 2021
Walvis Bay -- Electricity is a necessity and not a luxury anymore. It plays an important role in the development of every household, village and farm in Namibia, mines and energy minister Tom Alweendo said ....

Hollard SA dragged into Namibian Covid-19 claims debacle

Business Day 18 Mar 2021
Gondwana Collection Namibia, a luxury hospitality and eco-tourism outfit, and the Naankuse Group, a conservation charity, accuse Hollard Namibia of ...

Airlines Look To Fill The Gap Left By Air Namibia Collapse

Simple Flying 09 Mar 2021
Following on from the collapse of Namibian national flag carrier Air Namibia last month, state-owned Namibia’s Airport Company (NAC) has welcomed the increased frequency of flights to Namibia by Airlink and FlyWestair ... Airlink to add more flights between South Africa and Namibia ... Namibia needs flights.

Lonely Planet best places to travel 2021: The full list, from Kazakhstan to Gothenburg

The Independent 17 Nov 2020
Lonely Planet best places to travel 2021. The full list, from Kazakhstan to Gothenburg. Next year’s picks ‘celebrate the people and places shaping the future of travel’ ... 0 comments ... ✕ ...   ... Grootberg Lodge in Etendeka Plateau, Namibia. A luxurious low-impact lodge helping to preserve lion and black rhino populations through community empowerment ... .

‘Lonely Planet’ tips Burren as one of the best places in the world to visit in 2021

The Irish Times 17 Nov 2020
The Burren EcoTourism Network has blazed a trail in what the Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2021 list describes as the best in “regenerative travel” ... Best in Sustainability ... Best Accommodation - Grootberg Lodge in Etendeka Plateau, Namibia. A luxurious low-impact lodge helping to preserve lion and black rhino populations through community empowerment.

Nick Grimshaw: “I suffer with anxiety – and when it’s bad, it’s bad”

NME 01 Apr 2020
Nick Grimshaw has spoken about his experience of anxiety, saying that he feels privileged to have access to therapy ... Read more ... He continued ... Despite not having a panic attack in years, except for in Namibia, he said he continues to see a therapist. “Most people don’t have the luxury of a spare Thursday afternoon to pop round and see their therapist ... .

Book the trip of a lifetime, or that weekend getaway, at the outdoor show

Omaha World-Herald 16 Feb 2020
Sometimes you just need to shake someone’s hand before you do business with them. The same can be true of leisure travel ... For a more exotic retreat, Karibu Safari offers trips to Namibia in southern Africa, where small groups can explore the wilderness while traveling in luxury with professional guides ... .

André Messika Invests in Namibia Factory

Diamonds Net 06 Feb 2020
RAPAPORT... André Messika, a supplier of polished diamonds to the luxury jewelry market, has invested in a factory in Namibia, giving his company direct access to De Beers’ rough supply for the first time ... The factory will be known as André Messika Diamonds Namibia, while Messika and SN Asia will maintain their separate selling operations.

The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: Japan loss adds to Ireland's list of World Cup woes

Irish Independent 28 Sep 2019
Brendan Fanning Twitter Email. September 28 2019 10.37 AM. 0 Comments The Good, The Bad and the Ugly. Japan loss adds to Ireland's list of World Cup woes. ... They had the luxury of resting virtually all of their stars from starting in the romp against Namibia the previous week, the same day Ireland had all hands on deck against France ... .

Luxury tourist train starts return trip after first service linking Africa’s East and West coasts

Coastweek 04 Aug 2019
The Rovos Rail company’s luxurious train, with more than 50 passengers on board, departed from Lobito, an Angolan coastal town on the Atlantic Ocean ... Rovos Rail is a private railway company which runs train-hotels on a regular schedule on various routes from South Africa to Namibia and Tanzania.
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