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Making travelling in Namibia affordable for Namibians.

10 February 2019 | Business

Good news for keen travellers in our own country, is that the Gondwana Collection has made a number of changes to its discount structure for locals.

This comes after some confusion over the recent festive season with regards to the benefit and discount structure of the Gondwana Card programme and its original intent.

The programme was created in 2007 to make Namibia an affordable destination for regional travellers, to offer Namibians the opportunity to travel within the country and to enjoy the same services and experiences afforded to international tourists.

Changes

After several months of development, the Gondwana Collection recently launched its web store with a specific login feature for Gondwana card holders that allows for the online application for new cards as well as direct bookings with real-time availability for card holders. This is to ease the application process and to provide cardholders with a convenient and easy portal for bookings, reservations and access to information on a 24-hour basis.

Also, apart from all the Gondwana lodges, card and discounts are now also valid for all Gondwana campsites and the new self-catering, fully-equipped tented camps, referred to as “Camping2Go”. These are already operational at Zambezi Mubala Camp in the Zambezi region and the Namib Desert Lodge near Sossusvlei. A tented camp is currently under construction at Kalahari Anib Lodge.

As an added bonus, Gondwana will be running opening specials on these camps until 31 October 2019. The new exclusive Namushasha River Villa and a similar exclusive development at Namib Desert Lodge (opening 1 May 2019) will also be included for Gondwana card benefits.

Meanwhile, as from 1 February, Namibian Gondwana card holders enjoy the following benefits

50% discount on accommodation (bed and breakfast)

25% discount on dinner

25% discount on activities

50% discount on camping

50% discount on Camping2Go

Due to its already low prices, Klein-Aus Vista camping is the only exclusion.

For the revised terms and conditions, visit www.gondwana-collection.com

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