Travelling to Namibia during COVID
Updated: Nov 24, 2021
Travel has been one of the hardest things to do during the pandemic. With airports that are closed, airlines that are failing and and constant new regulations making it harder everyday.
Namibia has tried its best to make it simple and safe for travel to resume. Unfortunately our National Airline AIR NAMIBIA has been a victim of COVID. Eurowings has stepped up to fill this gap and become and route form Europe to Namibia for all tourists and hunters. Ethiopian Airlines has also opened up a route to Namibia. As it it one of the fastest growing Airlines in Africa.
To enter Namibia one requires a valid negative PCR test not older than 7 days. Travel medical insurance is also needed. No quarantine is required and can easily move to your destination. To leave Namibia one is required to do a PCR test not older than 72 hours. This can be done at NamLab or Pathcare for a small fee. Results relayed back to a person within 6-12 hours. Regulations in Namibia are put in place for everybody's safety and have shown success as Namibia has been listed at least risk country.
Masks remain mandatory in Namibia in all public places. Restaurants and hotels are all open and welcome every tourist.
For more information regarding all one can easily view the https://www.namibiatourism.com.na website with all relevant info.
Namibia is safe for all and this becomes quickly appartent after your first few hours.