Welcome to Acacia Namibia
Acacia Namibia - your 'all in one' booking agent specializing in Namibia and its neighbouring countries!
Acacia Namibia offers a complete quoting and reservation service for all travel requirements, special interest fields, self-drive or guided safaris, adventure and activity holidays, fly-in safaris, horse- and hiking trails, reservations for hotels, guest farms, lodges, car hires (also with camping equipment), city tours, etc. Each program is tailor made and personalized. All travel requests are based on individual interests and budgets. Every guest will be presented with comprehensive tour documentation at their point of arrival.
The company was established in 2001 and is registered with the Namibia Tourist Board (NTB) and a member of the Tour and Safari Association of Namibia (TASA) and the Association for Travel to Southern Africa (ASA).
Meet the team:
Dietlind Basson grew up on a typical Namibian farm and spent many years in various sectors of the hospitality and tourism industry, amongst others also managing a guest farm for eight years. With her extensive knowledge in customer-related services, she handles any type of travel request in a professional manner with great emphasis on "tailor-made" to ensure that customers' individual wishes are catered for.
Armgard Rechholtz was born and bred in Namibia. She has been working in tourism for many years and has joined the Acacia Namibia team in September 2009.
Looking forward to welcoming you in our beautiful country – NAMIBIA!
Namibia - December 2013
Dear friends of Namibia,
The Festive Season has started and it is time for our newsletter with a special request to our friends of Acacia Namibia. For quite some time Acacia Namibia was searching for an opportunity to support the children from Katutura. During a garage sale Dietlind met Memory from Katutura.
Here is her story:
„My name is Memory !Kharuxas and I was born in 1974 in Otjiwarongo. I am married and together with my husband we have 5 children. I grew up in Khorixas where I also went to school. My parents lived apart and my mother was working as a domestic worker on a farm. To support her I dropped out of school and moved to Windhoek to work as a domestic worker as well. In 1991 I gave birth to my first son and moved to Grootfontein to work as a saleslady in a pharmacy. In 2002 I started helping at the Soûtere Centre in Windhoek to teach children in the Kindergarten. Unfortunately the centre was closed in October 2011. In 2012 I helped as a teacher at Kabouterland Kindergarten. Currently we are living in Katutura, Windhoek in a small house and try to give our children a comfortable and safe home.