To better serve our Stakeholder and make our website easier to navigate, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism has grouped together information that is relevant to specific Stakeholders.
Hunters - Namibia’s hunting industry, which is monitored and regulated by the MET, has a sound international reputation for high ethical standards and for the great variety of huntable game on offer in Namibia. The Hunters stakeholders page provides links that allow you to investigate hunting in communal areas, on private farms and what regulations and restrictions apply to hunting. The basic hunting permit is also provided, as is a link to other relevant permits.
Media – For professionals who want to make documentary or commercial films or take photographs in Namibia’s protected areas, various permits are required. The Media stakeholder’s page brings much of the necessary information together and provides links to other useful sites.
Tourists - The Tourists stakeholders page provides background information on what attracts many visitors to our country - Namibia’s vast network of protected areas. It also provides links to websites for accommodation and travel, plus useful visitor information.
Learners - Providing a good education, with access to information and the chance to develop skills for the future, is a national priority in Namibia. The Ministry of Environment and Tourism supports this wholeheartedly. The Learners stakeholder’s page provides information on the MET’s Environmental Education Centres, the Environmental Education and Information Services Unit, plus links to tertiary programs in Namibia where learners can acquire degrees which will empower them to work in the fields of environment and tourism.