News and Features
Abenteuer Afrika introduces Travel Lounge, our full service, independent travel agency located in Swakopmund in the Stadtmitte Shopping Arcade.
We at Abenteuer have long advocated, and are committed to, community development. Several weeks ago, while reviewing projects during our weekly luncheon, we were reminded that social responsibility is to the entire community – which also includes our animal orphans.
We recently held an afternoon braai for the more than 250 children served by the DRC School Project & Community Center
Recycling is not yesterday’s news… Employment is tomorrow’s dues.
A 7 days / 6 nights Air Charter Safari with scheduled departures highlighting Etosha National Park, Ovahimba People, Swakopmund and Sossusvlei
We at Abenteuer Afrika pioneered elegant desert dining in Namibia, and have organized everything from a five-course repast for two to a dinner event for 800. Depending upon budget, clients can choose to dine al-fresco under the Namibian sky, or in our white marquee tent. Read more PDF 430kb | HTML»
The first leg of our trip began with a 240km drive on gravel road to Rostock Ritz Desert Lodge, situated in the heart of the Namib Desert. Arriving at the lodge, we were greeted by Maja, the resident hand-reared Mountain Zebra. After check-in, and freshening up, we relaxed with a Sundowner on the terrace, watching the sun set over a stunning landscape. Warm hospitality, coupled with hearty, well-prepared cuisine set the tone for a memorable experience. Read more PDF 355kb | HTML»
Omaruru is a small, typically Namibian town located approximately 240 km from Windhoek, the capital of the country. Most tourists pass through Omaruru; but lately, the words, “arty” and “alternative” crop up when describing this charming town set in the heart of game-farms and surrounded by mountains. Read more PDF 410kb | HTML»
Namibian Lesley Gariseb and Swede Annika Dellermark have established a camp in Wilhelmstahl called Aabadi, where they arrange for Bushmen to come and share with people their way of life. The bushmen are paid for their services, and also sell their crafts to visitors. Abenteuer spent a fascinating morning on a bushman walk, followed by a well catered lunch and a strange and amusing Swedish game involving throwing sticks to knock things over. We learned a great deal more than we can show you here, but following are some of the highlights of our morning. Read more PDF 350kb | HTML»
Trade Zone Launched
The Trade Zone has been launched. For any trade-related enquiries, please contact us using our Enquiry Form.