Namibian delegation arrives in UAE to highlight major tourist attractions


DUBAI, UAE: As the tourism and hospitality industry recovers, Namibia seeks to showcase the country’s unique attractions and heritage with a high-level government and tourism delegation visiting the UAE for communication and dialogue with partners, media and agents about Namibia’s travel opportunities and build crucial relationships.

Led by the Hon. Pohamba Shifeta, Minister of Environment, Forestry and Tourism and Mr. Digu Naobeb, CEO of the Namibia Tourism Board, the delegation enhances the country’s alluring attractions as a must-see tourist destination nestled along the coast southwest of the African continent with a large land area, known for its clear blue skies and sunshine, unpolluted air, memorable wildlife encounters and the best destination for stargazing.

A land of remarkable contrasts, with breathtaking views, desert, forest and river landscapes, the delegation will highlight the best places to visit and the destination’s positive, social, economic and environmental approach to the tourism industry. that meets the needs of travelers from different backgrounds.

Hon. Pohamba Shifeta, Minister of Environment, Forests and Tourism, said: “We are delighted to share our new developments for tourism and our efforts to help restore confidence in travel and enhance the attractiveness of our country for potential visitors from around the world.We are in the United Arab Emirates to highlight our country’s strengths and offer a brief insight into our culture and common interests, as we have much to offer in terms of service and hospitality. ‘exceptional experiences’

Mr. Digu Naobeb, CEO of the Namibia Tourism Board, said: “The pandemic has reset where people go and what they do, focusing on well-being, finding space and opportunities to reconnect with nature. We offer the perfect solution for the type of traveler looking for these experiences and we would like to be at the forefront of their minds as they seek out new adventures and destinations.

During the presentation, the delegation, made up of Namibia’s top tour operators offering travel packages, spoke first-hand about the country’s opportunities and highlighted that it is easier than ever to get to Namibia with flights. via Cape Town and Johannesburg.

A promising destination, the essence of Namibia undeniably lies in its people, their warmth, their culture, their history and their gastronomy. The economy is based on agriculture, fishing, mining and tourism. Similar to the United Arab Emirates, Namibia has seven regions grouped together with endless opportunities and diversity and remains one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a kaleidoscope of activities and adventures for tourists.

Major attractions featured include Fish River Canyon, Etosha National Park, Skeleton Coast, Damaraland and Kaokoland, Namib-Naukluft Park, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, Kavango and Zambezi, Kalahari Desert, Sperrgebiet National Park and Spitzkoppe. Namibia hopes to rekindle the world of travel with an exceptional range of experiences, diverse culture, cuisine, music and more.


Press release issued on behalf of Marco Polo Holidays by Coral Coast PR.
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