Welcome to the ultimate safari destination! Namibia is one of the safest African countries with a friendly blend of African and European cultures and two World Heritage Sites: The Namib Sand Sea and Twyfelfontein. It has 20 state run protected areas that conserve some of the country's most important habitats and species of national and global significance. The Etosha National Park for instance is a nature conservation area that is one of the most significant game reserves in Africa and about a 4-5 hour drive from Windhoek, the social, economic, political, and cultural centre of the country. With temperatures around 29 degrees, October is among the best time to visit Namibia. The chance of rain is low and it is also the best time for wildlife viewing. It's the perfect location for a relaxing break of golf, especially on our 18-hole championship golf course. What are you waiting for? Head to Namibia for birdies and eagles and tee off for a more climate-friendly future! Support our Grid of Light, spreading awareness for climate-friendly solutions, new technology and scientific findings that can be implemented around the world.
The main cause for global warming is the mass deforestation, the excess burning of fossil fuels and the resulting emissions of carbon dioxide (CO²). Through the release of greenhouse gases, the atmospheric composition is changed, resulting in the melting of glaciers, the continuous rise of the sea level and the climatic changes: Heat waves, floods, snow fall in summer and devastating storms. The temperature rise of the oceans has changed the rainfall patterns and through the global temperature rise the evaporation rate increases, leading to droughts and desiccation globally. The increased and built up energy in the atmosphere leads to severe weather conditions and storms, with tropical hurricanes becoming more and more ruthless. The oceans not only get warmer but also absorb the CO² and acidify, leading to the destruction of entire oceanic regions. Science has given us many possible solutions. Our job now, is to turn these possibilities into reality. New technology, new studies and new scientific findings can lead the way into a new paradigm. Let's raise our voices and make that difference! PLeace Golf Namibia