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Concessions in Namibia are private land areas that are leased to tourism operators for sustainable wildlife and nature-based tourism activities. These concessions are typically found within or adjacent to national parks and conservancies. They offer exclusive access to pristine wilderness areas and provide a more intimate and secluded safari experience. The concessions in Namibia often prioritize low-impact tourism practices, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the country’s natural beauty while minimizing environmental disturbance. The revenue generated from these concessions contributes to wildlife conservation, community development, and the overall protection of Namibia’s diverse ecosystems.