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South Africa: Kruger National Park prepares for the fire season (June - October)!
South African National Parks (SANParks) has announced its management plans for the current fire season in Kruger National Park which usually takes place between June and October. Proactive use of fire in a fire-driven landscape such as Kruger National Park is important in order to limit the risk of large, unwanted wildfires later in the dry season. As such, SANParks has already begun burning early-season fires to...»

 

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Two new UNESCO biosphere reserves in Zambia and Zimbabwe!
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) has approved the designation of 11 new biosphere reserves in 9 countries, including the Kafue Flats Biosphere Reserve in central and southern Zambia and the Chimanimani Biosphere Reserve in eastern Zimbabwe. With the new designations, the World Network of Biosphere Reserves totals 738 biosphere reserves in 134 countries,...»

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TravelComments.com Accommodation of the Week (32/2022)
Salty Jackal Backpackers & Surf Camp in Swakopmund!
• Location 9.1
• Value for money 8.8
• Cleanliness 8.8
• Services 8.4


TravelComments.com Tour of the Week (32/2022)
Wonders of Namibia
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Duration: 10 days
Route: ex Windhoek
Countries: Namibia


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Covid-19: Namibia re-opens six border posts with South Africa and Botswana!
The Namibian Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security has informed the public that four border post between Namibia and South Africa, which have been closed since 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, will re-open. The four border posts are Welverdiend/Mata Mata, Vellorsdrift/Onseepkans, Sendelingsdrift and Klein Manasse/Rietfontein. The Ministry further announced...»
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Namibia: New rhino and elephant poaching figures!
Namibia has recorded 33 cases of rhino poaching, of which 24 are black rhinos and nine are white rhinos, and two cases of elephant poaching since the beginning of 2022. According to the spokesperson of the Namibian Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MEFT ), Romeo Muyunda, this year's poaching cases include nine black rhinos poached on custodianship farms, 15 black rhinos in the Etosha National Park , and another nine white rhinos on private farms....»
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