Permissions For Other Namibian Locations
Filming at Heritage sites – If you plan to film on a Namibian National Heritage site, you must apply for a permit at the Department of Heritage Research of the National Heritage Council of Namibia.
Filming in mining areas – Mining contributes to 25% of the country’s income, and is the largest contributor to the Namibian economy. As a result, it is tricky getting permission to film in mining areas. For filming permissions in mining areas on Namibia, the Ministry of Mines and Energy will have to give you permission.
Filming at Cape Cross or Seal Island – Written permission must be sought from the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources.
Filming at any of the Namibian Airports – For any filming that needs to be done at Namibia’s various airports, you will need the permission of the Airports Company in Namibia.
Filming in Windhoek – For filming within the boundaries of the city of Windhoek, a permission letter must be written to the Windhoek City Police.
Filming in Swakopmund – For permission to film in Swakopmund, contact the local municipality manager.