Spitzkoppe – Damaraland, Namibia
Today will present you with the opportunity to admire the incredible desert landscapes that seem to never end. We get to visit the Damaraland Living Museum where we learn about the Damara People.
Around 100,000 Damara people reside in Namibia, all sharing a common language with the Nama, but keeping a distant relationship with each other. Some evidence suggests that the Damara have gathered small herds of stock for thousands of years, as well as grow tobacco and pumpkins (and, more recently, vegetables and corn).
The region is well-known for its bushmen paintings that can be spotted all over the area and you can go on an optional Pre-historic Rock Engravings Tour (100NAD).
We will arrive at the camp by mid-afternoon.
Accommodation: Aba-Huab Camp (or similar)
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner