Fly To Rundu, Namibia

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Situated in Northern Namibia, Rundu is the capital of the Kavango Region, and borders on Angola. Rundu is essentially a market village well known for the wooden carvings and ornaments which are made by the locals. 
Rundu is often serves as a stopover en route to many other destinations in Southern Africa such as Chobe National Park, the Okavango Delta, and Etosha National Park. 
Currently there are no direct flights between Rundu and South Africa, but you can easily find your way there by air with – SA’s leading online travel agency. Use Travelstart to search, compare ticket prices and book flights to Rundu on all airlines such as British Airways, Air Namibia and more. Simply enter your trip details into the flight search tool to see the latest prices, airlines and availability. Refine your search for cheap Rundu flights with useful parameters like number of stops, flight duration and price; and find the airlines with the most convenient connections on

Visa Requirements & SA Embassy Details

  • South African citizens do not require a Visa for Nambia for stays of up to 90 days. Make sure your passport is valid for 6 months after your return date, and that you have 2 blank pages available for entry stamps.
  • The South African High Comission in Namibia is on the corner of Nelson Mandela Avenue and Jan Jonker Street, Windhoek, Namibia. PO Box 23100. Tel: +264 61205 7111. Email:

See and do

Visit Mbungura Woodcraft Co-operative where visitors can see carvers at work as well as purchase a variety of original wood-carved pieces.
Situated on the Kavango River, it offers breath-taking views of the river and its wildlife. Restaurants can be found in the city and offer visitors an opportunity to experience traditional Namibian cuisine. If you find yourself on the Rundu Beach (the river bank), look out for the various bars and restaurants that can be found along the river.
Accommodation in Rundu ranges from lodges and camps to hotels and B&B’s. 

Rundu Airport – NDU

Rundu Airport, served by Air Namibia, is located approximately 6km southwest of the town centre. You can contact the airport on +264 (0) 66 255 462.
Lost hold luggage should be handled by your individual airline’s help desk. Items lost or left at the airport itself can be reported to the lost property offices at the relevant terminals. If you lost an item in the terminal, contact the airport +264 (0) 66 255 462.

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