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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > January-March 2020 (89) > EVOLUTION & REVOLUTION


As Namibia celebrates thirty years of independence, we look at the growth of community conservation tourism here and its ever-important role in building a sustainable future – while providing an immensely rewarding experience for visitors.

Water is life: The Kunene River, which forms the northern border of Namibia. The region is home to numerous community conservancies attracting visitors to this extraordinary landscape, the solitude… and the desert-adapted wildlife

Game guards at work in Maduva Nyangana Conservancy in the Zambezi Region
Tourism is hugely impactful in remote Himba villages where economic opportunities are few
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