Namibia

Learn more about Namibia and what makes it a great study tour destination. As well as Visa requirements, vaccination details and useful info. 

We usually have 2 trips a Year where Namibia features as a destination. You can view the  Course Pack and see what happened on previous tours.

A Pro Forma invoice does not guarantee your position on the tour, but it will help you plan, budget and apply for funding ahead of booking day.

About Namibia

Namibia, located on the western part of the Southern Africa, gained independence from South Africa in 1990. The Namibian economy depends on the extraction and processing of mineral resources for export. Mining accounts for 11.5% of Namibia’s GDP and 50% of foreign exchange in-flows. The country’s major exports include diamonds, copper and gold, while imports include foodstuffs, petroleum products, machinery, equipment and chemicals.

Most imports come from South Africa, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and China. Currently, the country plans to expand railways to neighbouring countries, and also to expand the Walvis Bay Port. The economic policy of Namibia has recently strengthened state controls of investment in mineral exploitation and restricted foreign investment in these areas.

Windhoek

The City

The charm of the City of Windhoek lies in its harmonious blend of African and European cultures and the friendliness of its people. Since Independence came to the country on 21 March 1990, it has been characterised by a vitality born of a sense of freedom and pride in self.

Windhoek Is often described as one of the cleanest capitals in Africa and visitors are surprised that this city, considered to be part of deepest Africa, offers all modern amenities that conform to some of the world’s highest standards.

Nestled in Namibia’s capital city, a short distance from the Hosea Kutako International airport, Hilton Windhoek is in close proximity to government and financial institutions, as well as local and cultural attractions. 

Our hotel is an ideally-located home away from home, whether you’re en route to Etosha National park or here on business. Relax in spacious rooms and suites with elegant décor. Enticing dining and entertainment options include our trendy rooftop Skybar, offering incredible views over Windhoek.

The Hotel

The Hilton Hotel Windhoek
Rev Michael Scott Street, Windhoek
Mini Bar

Rooftop terrace

Pool

Restaurant

Company VISITS - Hidden

[company 1]
[company 2]
[company 3]
Sao Paulo Museum of Art MASP
[activity 1]

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec ullamcorper quam elit, vitae imperdiet lorem commodo sed.

Coffee plants with unripe berries waiting for harvest
[activity 2]

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec ullamcorper quam elit, vitae imperdiet lorem commodo sed.

Activities - Hidden

Travel Information