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Travel Guide Africa Namibia Rundu

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Introduction

Rundu is the capital of the Kavango Region in northern Namibia and roughly has 50,000 inhabitants. It is situated at the northern border of Namibia with Angola. The border is formed by the Kavango river which flows from Angola towards the Zambezi river.

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Getting There

By Plane

Rundu Airport (NDU) doesn't have any commercial flights, but is mainly used for small tourist planes that fly in.

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Keep Connected

Phone

See also: International Telephone Calls

Check with your mobile provider whether your network will be supported by a local Namibian network. Be aware that when you get off the beaten track signal can be erratic.

Post

Nampost is the national postal service of Namibia. It has post offices in most major cities and towns or postal services are incorporated within small shops in the smallest settlements. As for many countries in Southern Africa, services are actually fairly reliable but not very fast. Count on 2 weeks or more for postcards or letters to be send to countries in Europe or North America. Most post offices are open from 8:00 or 9:00am to around 4:30pm, with shorter hours (mornings) on Saturdays. Note that local variations may apply. For parcels, you might choose more expensive but faster companies like DHL, UPS or TNT.

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This is version 3. Last edited at 11:58 on Jun 6, 11 by Utrecht. 1 article links to this page.

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