One of the oldest places on Earth, Namibia is a magical and magnificent destination which boasts a seemingly endless expanse and pure, untouched wilderness.
Perhaps best known for the iconic sand dunes of Sossusvlei and its' haunting Skeleton Coast, the country is also home to an array of high-octane activities and superb experiences, from visiting the world's second largest canyon or meeting the desert Himba people, to exploring the Zambezi Region's striking floodplains.
To help you plan your holiday to Namibia, our Africa expert Simon has put together a short guide on everything you need to know about travelling to Namibia post-lockdown.
Currently, entry to Namibia is only allowed via Hosea Kutako International Airport at Windhoek. All passengers must have a negative PCR result not older than 72 hours before boarding to be allowed entry into Namibia
Travellers do not need to quarantine on arrival and can proceed with their planned itinerary.
There are no such restrictions but tourists are expected to follow social distancing and hygiene measures and comply with the testing rules outlined above.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services has implemented Covid-19 health and safety protocols. All tourism and hospitality establishments and facilities must obtain a health certification permit prior to receiving guests.
For travellers who have been to Namibia in the previous 10 days entry to the UK is not permitted except for British and Irish passport holders, long term visa holders and permanent residents, all of whom will be required to self-isolate.
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