NWR prepares for travellers
With several of its facilities reopening their doors for the festive season, Namibia Wildlife Resorts is also renovating its Mile 108 site.
19 November 2020 | Tourism
Several Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) facilities, which were previously off limits to tourists due to being used as coronavirus isolation facilities, will be open again for bookings next month.
Over the past few months, NWR has made available three of its facilities to the health ministry.
“With the easing of travel restriction by our government and the decline in individuals requiring isolation facilities, we have decided to allow the travelling public to make bookings at /Ai-/Ais Hot Springs and Spa, Hardap and Waterberg as from 1 December,” NWR managing director Matthias Ngwangwama said.
NWR has, over the past few weeks, seen an increase in guests showing an interest in resorts, especially with the opening of borders throughout the Southern African Development Community region, he said.
More facilities opening doors
The company also said it will start welcoming guests at its Jakkalsputz, Mile 72 and Torra Bay facilities from 1 December.
While Mile 108 is currently open to the public, new developments are also underway.
“I am quite delighted that the Miles will once again open to the public. It is also pleasing to note that we are currently adding self-contained campsites at Mile 108 that will cost N$400 per site per day for one to four people staying less than 10 days, and only N$300 for 11 days and more,” NWR chief operating officer, Sebulon Chicalu, said.
He said guests who would like chalet rooms are welcome to book at the Terrace Bay Resort.