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Namibia Travel - Namibia is in south-west Africa and borders the Atlantic Ocean in the west, Angola in the north, Zambia in the north-east, Botswana in the south-east and South Africa in the south. Namibia is stable and prospers from its productive mining, farming, fishing and tourism industries.
Namibia is the only hunting country that implements daylight saving time. Namibia is one hour ahead of GMT in the winter months, April to September and two hours ahead of GMT from October to March. During winter the time in Namibia is 1 hour behind its neighbours South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe.
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Prophylaxis is recommended for the provinces of Kunene, Ohangwena, Okavango, Omaheke, Omusati, Oshana, Oshikoto, Otjozondjupa and in the Caprivi and Kavango regions. Transmission occurs throughout the year along the Kunene River and in Caprivi and Kavango regions and from November to June in the other malaria risk areas.. The red area indicate substantial risk of malaria.
No visa is required by US or UK citizens, provided...
You will need to apply for a visa at your nearest Namibian Embassy.
The Bradt Travel Guide to Namibia offers coverage of the Caprivi Strip and the pristine yet accessible wilderness of Namibia - from the desolation of the Skeleton Coast to the picturesque capital of Windhoek.