Namibia Wildlife Resorts is a State owned enterprise, mandated to run the tourism facilities within the protected areas of Namibia. Its only shareholder is the Government of the Republic of Namibia; hence, it belongs to the Namibian people.
With regards to lodging, NWR offers three different collections within Namibia's protected areas;
Exclusive accommodation experiences in the heart of Namibia's national parks;
Anticipate a variety of accommodation options from serviced chalets and standard hotel rooms to basic camp sites paired with a broad range of tour options and facilities; and
Campsites and cabins for the rugged traveller that appreciates 'close to nature' experiences.
NWR provides intimate park experiences through guided night drives in Etosha National Park; sunrise and sunset excursions to the majestic Sossusvlei; relaxing massages and wellness treatments using the healing properties of the natural hot springs mineral water at /Ai-/Ais – all in the company of the most passionate and professional staff.
The company also offers real adventure activities such as hikes into Namibia's iconic landscapes on signature trails such as the Fish River Canyon - the world's second largest canyon (four to five days and approximately 50 miles) and the Namib Naukluft Hiking Trail – considered one of the toughest in Southern Africa (eight-day/74 mile option or four-day/37 miles winding through the rugged Naukluft Mountains.
NWR offers something for everyone – whether it is photography, nature, wildlife, landscapes, geology, camping, fishing, birding, history, culture or just the pure exhilaration of finding yourself surrounded by the essence of Africa – NWR is your willing partner and host.
As a State Owned Enterprise, NWR places great value and emphasis on contributing to the sustainable economic growth of the country; and to contributing to sound environmental management practices and conservation efforts. The Enviro Kidz programme is an initiative by NWR aimed at providing opportunities to children from previously disadvantaged backgrounds, to experience the protected areas of Namibia, and in so doing create and nurture future generations of Namibians with a love and appreciation for their natural resources and environment.