NWR reduces rates for local and SADC travellers

  • 1 Year Ago
  • Tourism
State-owned rest camp operator Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) launched a rewards plan for SADC and domestic travellers by offering locals and visitors from SADC countries lower prices for accommodation.

According to the company, the feeling that Namibians cannot afford to travel has prompted the organisation to keep prices low so that they too can experience the beauty of Namibia.

“As we are the only company allowed to operate in the parks, it is not only an obligation but a must to ensure affordable prices as this offers the opportunity to see wildlife in their natural habitat and to have great experiences create,” said NWR spokesman Nelson Muremi Ashipala.

“With the new prices, NWR can claim to have the lowest prices in the country. It's also the organisation's way of thanking the nation for supporting tourism through the Covid-19 pandemic.”

According to Ashipala, with the release of the latest SADC and domestic prices, residents can now travel to some of Namibia's top resorts for as little as N$660 per person when presenting a Namleisure discount card, including breakfast and dinner. For the high-end Eco category resorts, such as Sossus Dune Lodge and Dolomite, prices start at N$1 440 per person with the Namleisure card.

Prices are valid for new bookings from 1 November to 31 October 2023.

“The public is encouraged to obtain an NWR Namleisure card to access various discounts at all of our resorts. These discounts are not only limited to 50% on accommodation but also include 25% on meals and activities. This gives everyone the opportunity to visit our resorts and discover what our beautiful country has to offer,” said Ashipala.