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  • Yes, WildWifi does not manage flight bookings, every participant must book their own flight. Please make sure to be in Windhoek latest the first day of the month (e.g. 1st September). Earlier arrivals due to cheaper flights are possible, later arrivals not. The airport in Windhoek is called Husea Kutako International Airport.

  • No specific vaccinations are mandatory for entering Namibia, but consulting your doctor is recommended. Malaria is only present in the northern region. Windhoek and our weekend getaway locations are situated in malaria-free zones. If you do decide to travel further, you can get Malaria tablets in Windhoek during your stay with a prescription.

  • Each guest must take care of their visa requirements. In Namibia, it is common to get a 90-day tourist permit upon arrival. Other countries need to apply for a visa in advance. Please double check what is required for your nationality.

  • Every participant is obliged to travel with valid international health insurance which should also cover the treatment of COVID 19. WildWifi does not cover any accident or health insurance. If you are a digital nomad and interested in an international health insurance we recommend checking out Passportcard.

  • Yes, there are direct flights to Windhoek from the following cities: Frankfurt (Germany), Johannesburg (South Africa), Cape Town (South Africa), Luanda (Angola), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). The flights from Frankfurt are 10h, overnight flights. 

  • Hosea Kutako International Airport. It is a 40 minutes drive from Windhoek City. 

  • You can either ask us to book an airport shuttle for you on your own expanse or you book an airport shuttle yourself. Find more info about airport shuttles here.

  • We created a packing list for you. Please check it out here.



  • Namibian outlets are usually Type D or Type M sockets. The WildWifi Coliving Space has Type M sockets. Please make sure to bring the right adapter with you upfront. You can also buy adapters in Windhoek in supermarkets and tech shops if needed. The only difference between the two types is the length of the pins, you can use both in every outled in Namibia. Feel free to borrow Type M adapters that fit Type C plugs and borrow extension cables at our coliving reception.

  • Yes, we recommend to get a local Sim Card as E-Sims do not work yet in Namibia. Please get all the info about Sim Cards here. 

  • No. We have not yet experienced any E-Sim working in Namibia. Although your provider will tell you it is available in Namibia, we experienced that our nomads still had trouble as it was never working. If you do not have a SIM card slot in your phone anymore we highly recommend bringing a spare phone to use with a local SIM card. Also, local Sim Cards are cheaper than using the data from the E-Sim - as of April 2024. More info about local Sim Cards here.


  • Yes, we highly recommend to take some time to dive a bit into Namibias history to understand the culture better. We hope this way you will understand better why street names are still in german or why it is such a multicultural society. We linked to a few youtube videos here.


  • You can find the cancellation policies here. 


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