Our NAPHA president, Axel Cramer, recently featured on the Big Game Hunting Podcast, marking a significant effort to promote ethical hunting practices globally. His appearance underscores NAPHA’s commitment to positioning Namibia as a premier destination for sustainable hunting, emphasizing the essential role of our members in this endeavour. In the... Read More
The NAPHA school of conservation is proud to present the re-examination course of 2023: When: 13-18 March 2023 Where: Bobbejaan Dam Tented Charlets ,Okatjeru Game Farm, Windhoek, Namibia Price: N$ 2200 per day Contact: Mariaan email@example.com / 0813691155
Huntinamibia magazine has over the past 22 years played a vital role in the country’s combined effort to position Namibia and the Namibian hunting sector in the eyes of the world as ethical, regulated and sustainable. Much of the protection of wildlife and wild places in Namibia depends on the... Read More
The ART Measurement System aims at creating incentives to hunt truly old animals past their prime and to discourage the hunting of immature animals altogether. It furthermore aims to underline the attraction and charisma of the often-worn hunting memorabilia of old animals. Read more on our Conservation page.
During the 2019 Convention and Expo, a group of top-level conservation experts will convene for DSC’s Conservation Advisory Board (CAB). This new group is charged with the mission of providing subject matter expertise with both regional and global perspectives on needed research, program development <g class=”gr_ gr_17 gr-alert gr_gramm gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim... Read More
Tourism Governance and Regulatory Efforts Post Lockdown occasioned by the COVID 19 pandemic, it becomes critical that good Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) be implemented and enforced to ensure a safe traveling environment and to protect our guests, our people, and Namibia against further outbreaks or contagion. The Namibian Tourism Board,... Read More