Kaokoland-Kunene River-Himba-stories

February 18, 2013

Opuwo Country Hotel

Opuwo means “finished” or “up to here and no further”. The administrative hub of the Kunene Region, Opuwo lies in the centre of the awe-inspiring Kaokoland, […]
April 19, 2016

The mysterious lone men of Kaokoland

Namibia's far north-western reaches have always held mysteries and marvels. A new mystery has recently emerged, leaving all spectators intrigued - and curious.
June 2, 2016

Proud to be

Himba
July 11, 2016

The phenomenal Himba – a joy to photograph

Barren. Deserted. From all over the world people flock to Namibia to, well, not see people. The idea of a country about three times the size of England with a population of under two million is simply mind- boggling. And yet, there are some natural inhabitants in Namibia who are as beautiful and mesmerising as the landscape.
August 25, 2016

Baobab countdown to Epupa Falls

Six, five, four, three, two … one! The baobab countdown begins with excitement as the first king of trees appears bathed in afternoon light and adorned with birds’ nests.
September 14, 2016

Discovering hidden places in Namibia

The advantage of being a pensioner is that you are not bound by school holidays when you want to go on holiday. Another advantage is that if you travel outside of the normal tourism high season, accommodation is fairly easy to come by.
September 15, 2016

Community conservation – Living with wildlife

The legendary Kaokoveld of old, the last wilderness, the arid Eden: that vast tract of land that is the north-western corner of Namibia – a place with a near-mythic status as a destination for travel and exploration…
March 8, 2017

The Himba – The last true nomads

March 20, 2017

Local knowledge and local dogs

The people in the southern Kunene Region live in a starkly beautiful part of Namibia. To the visitor, it appears to be an undisturbed wilderness where rocky, red moonscapes meet endless blue skies. It is the home of famously desert-adapted plants and animals, where life continues despite the lack of rain and scorching sun. It is easy to forget that there are people here too. Like the wildlife with which they share the land, the people must be tough and resourceful to survive in this harsh environment.
March 28, 2017

Discover Kaokoland

Your voyage of discovery through Namibia will literally take your breath away, as the country has it all – from dramatic landscapes, abundant wildlife and a population that is friendly, culturally diverse and photogenic – to an excellent road and tourist infrastructure and oodles of elbow room.

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