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Wildlife Resorts slashes its rates ahead of 28th Independence Aniversary

Wildlife Resorts slashes its rates ahead of 28th Independence Aniversary

Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) announced that it will be running its 75% discount during March, as Namibia celebrates its 28th anniversary.

The discount will be running at all its facilities spread across Namibia excluding campsites and its Terrace Bay Resort.

NWR’s Managing Director Zelna Hengari urged domestic and international tourists to make use of the opportunity to travel, explore and enjoy the serenity the country has to offer.

During the month of March, resorts such as Gross Barmen will see a room costing as little as N$242.50 per person sharing with Hardap going for as low as N$125.00 per person sharing while an individual can expect to pay N$ 282.50 for a chalet at Popa Falls.

“Running this special has become a tradition during our Independence month. As a company that is mandated to run the tourism facilities within the protected areas of Namibia, we see this special as an opportunity to showcase our beautiful flora and fauna to those that might not be able to visit due to financial constraints. We, therefore, encourage each person to make use of this opportunity and treat their families at such low rates,” Hengari said.


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