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A Travel Blog entry by dusted from Opuwo, Namibia
... Jubilation and surprise all round. Frodo and Rose had done their bit, and we were a touch closer to the northern parts of the Kaokoland. Larium Diary entry for the day: "Chris saw a man in an ostrich suit, in about 40 degrees, alongside the ...
A Travel Blog entry by djchurch from Epupa Falls, Namibia
... Namibia with disdain and gave them the name "ovaHimba" or "those who beg." Eventually the Himba moved back into the Kaokoland where they continued their pastoral life style. As the 20th century moved on, and more and more African tribal people adopted ...
A Travel Blog entry by jonclark2000 from Noordoewer, Namibia
... myself coming back here in the future for a longer trip. I think 2 months should do it! I'd like to take a 4WD up to Kaokoland and Damaraland and explore the scenery and the tribes there. I'd like to come back and hike in Fish River Canyon and try a ...
A Travel Blog entry by charmedlife from Kamanjab, Namibia
... bakeries in the smallest of towns. We visit a tribal area called Oase Village where the tribespeople migrated from the far north Kaokoland region of Namibia, close to the Angolan border, living their traditional way in their village on a farm. We visit ...
A Travel Blog entry by parleusted from Kamanjab, Namibia
... unique, living their lives as they have for millennia. Most Himba settlements today are in northern Namibia in the Kaokoland Region and are difficult to reach. The proximity of this particular settlement to Khamanjab made it possible for us ...
A Travel Blog entry by farnie10 from Oshivelo, Oshikoto, Namibia
This area of Namibia, Kaokoland, is famous for 3 reasons: *It is the most remote and least developed region in Namibia, *It is home to Epupa and Ruacana Falls *It is home to the Himba people. I had been seeing the Himba since I arrived in ...
A Travel Blog entry by ronamoon from Windhoek, Namibia
... a few roads and promotes itself as the ‘Gateway’ to the Epupa Falls as well as being in the heart of Kaokoland. We fuelled up and bought some basics in the small supermarket. A Himba woman in full traditional bare-breasted regalia was standing ...
A Travel Blog entry by theb-cfamily from Damaraland, Kunene, Namibia
... the Skeleton coast. The biggest are the Hoarusib, the Hoanib, the Huab and the Ugab. Desert- adapted elephant in the Kaokoland and the Namib walk further for water and fodder then any other elephant in Africa. The distances between waterholes ...
A Travel Blog entry by theb-cfamily from Opuwo, Kaokoland, Namibia
... that protects their skins against the harsh desert climate. The homes of the Himba of Kaokoland are simple, cone-shaped structures of saplings, bound together with palm leaves and plastered with mud and dung. The men build the ...
A Travel Blog entry by arjenandeline from Windhoek, Namibia
... out what animals live in the region by pointing at pictures in the Mammals guidebook. Her name was Julienne. So now you know. Kaokoland was next, an area sometimes described as one of the last true wildernesses on the planet. It was time to test the ...
A Travel Blog entry by pinkkaz from Harare, Zimbabwe
... was not taking any changes and kept chasing the rhino until he was well away. We drove to the Himba Tribe in the Kaokoland Region where both Himba and Herrero (ladies with colourful padded hats) live. First though we had to stop at the cash ...
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Kunene River , Kaokoland, Namibia
Serra Cafema Camp Premier Camp Enjoy the surreal scene of a river flowing swiftly through the desert at Serra Cafema, one of the most remote camps in southern Africa. About Serra Cafema Camp Set amongst shady trees on the banks of the Kunene River, the ...Traveler Rating
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on Kunene River, Ruacana, Namibia
... virtually unknown 100km stretch of the Kunene River as it threads its way from the Lodge to the magnificent Epupa Falls through Kaokoland, one of Africa's last great wilderness areas. This land is the remote and beautiful home, not only to the remarkable ...Traveler Rating
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Onjuva, Kaokoland, Namibia
Etambura, Namibia's first Himba co-owned camp is situated in Orupembe Conservancy on top of one of the highest hills above the holy plains of Onjuva where livestock and springbok peacefully graze together. Etambura is the ideal place to relax. Etambura ...Traveler Rating
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Purros, Kaokoland, NamibiaTraveler Rating
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Between Palmwag & Sesfontein, Kaokoland, Namibia
... the river bank on stilts over the river bed providing unrivaled, shady views of the cliffs opposite. On the fringe of Kaokoland, the lodge offers a perfect jumping off point to explore the remote north west of the country, either independently or on one ...Traveler Rating
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Opowu, Kaokoland, Namibia
Oreness Rest Camp is in the small town of Opuwo in North West Namibia. Western the owner, acts as tour guide and host in this laid back rest camp with rooms and camp sites. Opuwo is the perfect spot to visit the local Himba and other ethnic groups.Traveler Rating
- 1 review