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Anke Staby

For me, Tourism plays an important role in the development of a country. To create wonderful and diverse programs for possible visitors as I am a Namibian and well traveled within and neighbouring countries. Most self-drive and private guided programs are tailored and here we can ,where possible, include culture, community, conservation as the revenue assists the loacal communities.

What places and activities do you specialize in?

"As Namibia is very diverse, home to the oldest desert in the world, the tallest sand dunes, the game filled National Parks, and many unique cultures it is very hard to pinpoint specific places I prefers. They are all great and worth a visit. With the many activities on offer, each one is unique in their own way and adds to the adventure. "

How did you get involved in travel?

"After having traveled overseas and upon returning home I realised that Namibia had so much to offer fellow travelers from around the world and joined the tourism industry. I believe it is a more versatile work environment, which brings different opportunities into an everyday life. To embrance different possibilities, opinions, religions, customs and cultures are of interests to me. "

Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.

"A city of endless possibilities, high energy, and great diversity, New York City had always been my unique experience. Coming from Africa, the fast paced city was something completely new. However it totally lived up to my expectations and I left with a heavy heart and lots of good memories. Honestly, there’s a lot to do in New York and no amount of time is enough to fully experience the city."

Anke is part of the following groups: Namibia Travel Agents
Grazing giraffes in Namibia's Hardap Region
Namibia Self-Drive Adventure - 14 Days

Perfect for first-timers to Africa, this two-week road trip explores the wild, beautiful, and safe environs of Namibia. The adventure kicks off in Windhoek where you'll drive through two deserts (Kalahari and Namib) known for epic sand dunes, rivers, canyons, and gorges. From here, continue west towards the Atlantic coast before heading north to meet nomadic tribes. Finish with several days at Etosha National Park—as well as a private reserve—for the ultimate game-viewing experience.

Desert adventures are plentiful in Namibia
Namibia Self-Drive Adventure - 8 Days

Often called 'Africa for Beginners', this 8-day road trip is a great introduction to the otherworldly landscapes, activities, and culture of Namibia. Kick off the trip in Windhoek, the modern capital, before delving into the Namib Desert for massive dunes, rivers, canyons, and gorges. From here, continue west towards the Atlantic coast for two nights of seaside splendor. Circle back to Windhoek by way of Spitzkoppe—the 'Matterhorn of Namibia'—for some hiking and rock art to finish the adventure.

Springing springbok
Namibia & Botswana Safari Road Trip - 12 Days

More than 42% of Namibia’s surface area is under some form of conservation management; appreciate the country's investment into its wildlife with this 12-day itinerary. You'll scope out animals across varying ecosystems as you make your way across multiple national parks in both Namibia and neighboring Botswana.

Local wildlife
Highlights of Namibia - 10 Days

Seeing the top highlights of otherworldly Namibia on this guided 10-day tour. Climb ancient sand dunes at dawn in Sossusvlei, see German-colonial architecture in coastal Swakopmund, and visit rescued cheetahs at the Africat Foundation. And of course, enjoy two days of safari in Etosha National Park—the best place in the world to see an endangered black rhino.

Self-Drive Namibia Exploration - 11 Days
Self-Drive Namibia Exploration - 11 Days

Take a road trip through Namibia, seeing the country's top highlights along the way. Climb ancient sand dunes at dawn in Sossusvlei, see German-colonial architecture in coastal Swakopmund, and hike the vast landscapes of Damaraland before two incredible days of safari in Etosha National Park—the best place in the world to see an endangered black rhino.