Corona Travel Guidelines

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We continuously update the Corona-related travel guidelines for your journey to Namibia. If you have questions, please call us here in Namibia via phone from 8:00–12:00 am at German fixed-network costs: +49 5252 269 28 58

All information (unless stated otherwise) as from December 28, 2020
Last update: 2020/12/28 at 2:30 pm

Prior to departure/ at the airport

  • During check-in at the airport a negative COVID-19 PCR test must be presented which is not older 7 days as from the testing. Afterwards you can travel all throughout Namibia.
  • On arrival a detailed travel itinerary must be presented with all pre-booked hotels/ lodges together with complete addresses and phone numbers.
  • Proof of international travel medical insurance
  • Masks are mandatory at airports and during travel. During your stay at Kambaku, masks as well as disinfectant will be available for your use. If you continue your journey through Namibia after your stay at Kambaku, please remember to take sufficient masks.
  • Exchange of money is not necessary, as we accept Visa / Master Card and can exchange pound sterling into NAD.


  • Temperature check – if showing symptoms or the temperature is above 38 C after several attempts – quarantine between 7 to 10 days in a lodge that has been government approved near Windhoek
  • Direct transfer to Kambaku Lodge conducted by a member of our team

During your stay at Kambaku

  • On the basis of legal regulations and to protect all, it is mandatory to wear masks in public indoor spaces. Life at Kambaku takes place mostly outside, so that you may enjoy most of your time without a mask.
  • Social distancing of 1.5 metres between guests, who are not travelling together, must be adhered to.
  • In case of illness during your stay, there is a Corona station available at Mediclinic Otjiwarongo (90 km from Kambaku). If intensive care is needed, the following private hospitals in Windhoek have relevant medical stations: Mediclinic, Roman Catholic-, Rhino Park- und Lady Pahomba Hospital.


As long as Namibia is classified as a high-risk country by the Foreign Ministry, special rules apply on your return to your origin. Please refer to the government’s website for current information.