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Gondwana launches Go2 transfers 

2022-05-23  Staff Reporter

Gondwana launches Go2 transfers 
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Gondwana Collection Namibia has launched nine transfer routes to the country‘s top destinations. Bookable as from 20 May 2022 and operational as from 1 June 2022, the Go2 will be providing a daily hop-on hop-off transport service for all travellers.  

 The hospitality company said it is thrilled to finally be offering the Go2 Traveller Transfers, which has been a long-time dream of theirs, making travelling in the country a breeze. Always wanting to provide a link between their lodges positioned along the classic routes throughout the country, the Gondwana team explained how this service will provide unprecedented freedom of movement and ease of travel. The routes include the Fish River Canyon, Namib and Kalahari deserts, Damaraland, Swakopmund and the Etosha National Park. Gondwana has gone one step further, and is offering the transfer service not only for guests staying at their properties, but for all visitors to Namibia.  

 “This couldn’t have come at a more optimum time when only a third of the car rentals that were on offer in pre-Covid days are presently available. The massive shortage in rental cars is set to continue for some time, with vehicle production delayed and exacerbated by events like the floods in Kwazulu-Natal, while the demand continually increases as the world opens its doors once again to travellers. Namibia is increasingly becoming a destination added to traveller’s wish lists as world travel resumes,” read a statement from Gondwana.  

 Geared to both locals and the overseas market, the comfortable, affordable and reliable service provides easy getaways to destinations like Sossusvlei, even for a weekend. The transfers leave in the morning from Windhoek to the Kalahari, Swakopmund, Etosha and Sossusvlei; and from Sossusvlei to the Kalahari; Swakopmund to Sossusvlei and Damaraland; Etosha to Damaraland. And then three times per week from the Kalahari to the Fish River Canyon in southern Namibia as well! 

The return trips are in the early afternoons. Passengers can be dropped off at their respective destinations along the pre-set routes. Vehicles range in size from Quantums and Sprinters to 4x4 Iveco Buses. 


2022-05-23  Staff Reporter

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