Namibia Embassy Contacts and Tourist Office
Namibian Tourist Office, Windhoek: +264 (0)61 290 6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org or www.namibiatourism.com.na
Embassy of Namibia, Washington DC, United States (also responsible for Canada): +1 202 986 0540.
Namibia High Commission, London, United Kingdom (also responsible for Ireland): +44 (0)20 7636 6244.
Namibia High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa: +27 (0)12 481 9100.
Foreign Embassies in Namibia
United States Embassy, Windhoek: +264 (0)61 295 8500.
British High Commission, Windhoek: +264 (0)61 274 800.
Canadian Consulate, Windhoek: +264 (0)61 251 254.
Australian High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa (also responsible for Namibia): +27 (0)12 423 6000.
South African High Commission, Windhoek: +264 (0)61 205 7111.
Irish Embassy, Lusaka, Zambia (also responsible for Namibia): +260 211 291 298.
New Zealand High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa (also responsible for Namibia): +27 (0)12 435 9000.
Namibia Emergency Numbers
In most of the country, 10111 is the emergency number for police.
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