Meanwhile, someone has infected people on the plane home and everyone has gone their seperate ways on arrival, maybe even in to neighbouring countries. I think it's foolish not to require a negative test before you get on a flying petrie dish for 12 hours and presumably transiting somewhere?
This still means altering your schedule to be in Windhoek on the appropriate day, from wherever you happen to be. I usually prepare as near to a circular circuit as is possible so three days from departure day, could see me quite some way off.
I can't see many Brits, going very far at all for...
Plus a negative test to be done three days before coming home, not sure that's easily done in Spitzkoppe.
As for the free test on arrival home, I don't see why any state should foot the bill for that, if someone wants entry, they should pay?
Plan A - Ghana though not moved anything in to place yet. Any interested parties can contact me as right now, I'd be going alone but wouldn't want more than 3 people tbh.
I'm not inclined to be paying for multiple Covid tests and all the possible surprises and costs, they could throw up.