Namibia is internationally known for its untouched nature and fascinating wildlife. This is no coincidence, as the protection of the environment and nature conservation are enshrined in the Namibian Constitution. Almost half of the country is under conservation management. Close to 20 percent are state-run national parks; another nearly 20 percent are communal conservancies and the rest privately-owned nature parks.
On 10 June 2021
The author of this beautifully illustrated guidebook, Helge Denker was born in Namibia and has spent his life working either directly in, or on projects related to, its wildlife and wild spaces. His work as an artist-naturalist, guide, photographer, writer and development consultant has taken him on extended field assignments to most parts of the country. He has published well over 100 popular articles and has written extensively on environmental issues, community conservation and wildlife crime.
For nature lovers, who don’t want to miss out on any hidden treasures in Namibia’s beautiful wildlife sanctuaries, the new guidebook Namibia Nature Parks by Helge Denker can be ordered at The Narrative Namibia online shop (N$490.00). As from next week it will also be available at Gondwana lodges and in bookstores in Namibia.
Namibia Nature Parks
Guidebook by Helge Denker
Windhoek. June 2021.
170 mm width by 235 mm height
436 pages plus cover
650 illustrations (photos, maps, sketches)
2,000 copies printed for first edition