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Visitors from abroad will need a passport which must be valid for at least 6 months after the end of the trip out. Tourists from Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Holland, among others, do not require visas, provided you are in possession of a valid within 90 days of arrival flight tickets for onward or return journey. The 90-day policy applies per year, it is not possible to extend their stay by a short trip over the border to more than 90 days. Since these provisions can change again and again, we ask the passengers to get information before starting the journey at the Foreign Office.
In Namibia there is a very pleasant for Europeans climate. The hottest months here fall within the European winter. November to January is high summer. From May to August is winter. During the day, the temperature is usually blue sky between 20 to 25 degrees Celsius. Early in the morning, evening and at night, it may be very cool. Be prepared with the right clothing choices. The sun burns in both summer and winter, so wearing a hat is important. Should remain in their luggage: sunscreen with a high sun protection factor, grease pencil for the lips, sunglasses, sandals and swimwear
To travel to Namibia no vaccinations are required at the time. Malaria prophylaxis is recommended. All persons entering the country to Namibia must prove the private property of their medications by invoices / receipts, otherwise there is a danger that you will be confiscated at the border.
One euro is divided into about 10 Namibian dollars. The Namibian dollar is to the South African Rand (ZAR) coupled.
1 Rand = 100 cents = 1 N $
Euros can be introduced in unlimited quantities for personal use, of Namibian cash against it may be $ 500 out of the country (about 50 euros), so it is recommended here is to change the day of the entry money.
220/240 volts. The sockets are three pin adapter can be bought here at any electronics shop or in large supermarkets. The power grid is originally South African, so South African adapter must be purchased. German units are safely handled here.
Between Windhoek and Berlin thers is a maximum time difference of 1 hour.
We pick you up from the airport in Windhoek. You can either spend the first and last night in Windhoek or on our farm. We are happy to take you on our farm Omongongua which lies 100km north of Windhoek. Here you can acclimatize, get to know the farm life, talk to us about the journey ahead and spend the first night. Then packed up and we go on safari. It offers incredible landscapes, extraordinary experiences, African wildlife and beautiful evenings around the campfire. We invite you to experience Africa's spell on original way. With large-scale four-wheel vehicles we drive well off the usual tourist routes through the endless expanses of southern Africa. Far from civilization you will experience nights under the stars,
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Even drivers must carry an International Driving Permit in addition to your European driving license. Consider: In Namibia drive on the left, and as the game runs freely here, should higher speeds be avoided, especially on the gravel and salt roads. The accidents are very common here, you can see the charges of car rental companies, whose insurance has increased immeasurably. We want to see an accident none of our guests, so take the advice to heart, and we've had plenty of accidents involving animals.
Furthermore, cases of drowning in the desert in the rainy season are not unknown. The otherwise dry areas fill up a short time with water, and make many roads impassable. If you are planning on traveling through remote areas, you should take every opportunity to refuel, and the jerry cans should always be full. Don’t forget to replenish the water supply again, very important.
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