Our environment is fragile and needs to be preserved. If we don’t take care of it who will?
At Naturally Namibia, whilst all the partners are as individual as the destinations we operate in, we all share an absolute commitment to sustainability, nature conservation and our dedication to the Namibian people for now and for future generations. Sustainability is no longer about doing less harm. It’s about doing more good.
The pangolin is one of the rarest and most trafficked mammals on Earth. In Asia, its scales are sold at high prices. These animals are under strict protection, but there are still places where you can observe them with some luck.
Amidst the breathtaking Grootberg massif in Southern Kaokoveld, one is gently reminded of our role as guests of Mother Nature. Join us in exploring the remarkable sustainability journey of Etendeka Mountain Camp and Etendeka Hiking Trails, where nature, conservation and hospitality harmonize beautifully.
As far as sustainability goes, each member of Naturally Namibia plays a big role, each in their own way, but the Schoeman family legacy can lay claim to a leading role in the creation of the Skeleton Coast National Park, which is quite an incredible feat.
At Naturally Namibia we all share an unwavering dedication to the Namibian people, both present and future. Our colleagues are the heart and soul of our organization – they are our most valuable asset.
However big or small, the Mushara family has always been striving to minimize the impact on the environment and optimize the natural resources they use. They are very aware of how their impact can have a negative effect on our environment.
Ongava is a standout example of a wildlife haven existing harmoniously with the surrounding environment and is perfectly positioned near Etosha for groundbreaking sustainable research.
The AfriCat Foundation was established to contribute to the conservation of Namibia’s wildlife, in particular carnivores and endangered species.
Namib Sky goes above and beyond just taking flight above the desert. When you have been doing this for as long as they have, you learn and understand that the lifeblood of your ‘Bucket-Tick’ Balloon business relies on honouring and nurturing your environment and those within it.