Welcome to Africa where the restored hope of interacting with nature and wildlife perfectly meets with the effort of reduction on producing stress hormones. The year of 2020 did negatively impacted the world tourism industry due to the Corona virus pandemic outbreak that resulted in travel restrictions being imposed as early as middle of March in most countries. Such measures witnessed shutting down of airports, land borders, guest houses, lodges, hotels, restaurants, tour operators and facilitators. Majority of jobs were lost due to the outbreak of the emerging disease, since employers and companies could not afford to continue keep on their staff. Although some more financially stable institutions resorted to half salary wage bill as an appreciation to their well serving team.
The new year of 2021 came with some new breath of hope and expectations, particularly strengthened measures to tackle down wide spread of the virus. As explorers who have taken adventure as a life time career are seeing light at the edges of river banks that we can explore again to the pristine wilderness safaris, enjoy marine boat cruising and visiting best restaurants in different towns or countries, including relaxing in upmarket hotels after a long day tour.
Today on our list we bring you Namibia as one of the top travel destinations to consider for 2021 holiday planning. The country responsible health authorities have worked tirelessly to make sure all hygiene, safety and prevention protocols are observed. In addition, the country was removed on high risky destinations and this allows independent decision makers to feel more comfortable. This vast beautiful country features on the world`s only quadripoint with its igniting Sossusvlei encompassing earth`s largest red sand dunes. Swakopmund another major point of interest reflects a town with historic German architecture and also famous for best restaurants, beach, sky diving and camel rides. Etosha National Park is dotted with budgeting and luxurious lodges and great campsites, hence providing a wider variety of wildlife highlighting the big five except buffalo with fantastic lodges and campsites around.