This unique specialist safari start / ends in Windhoek, Namibia and
explores the lifestyle and traditions of the first people of Africa, the
very traditional Kalahari San / Bushmen.
Learn about how these marginalized hunter-gatherer tribal people survive in an ever growing modernized world.
Costs & Departure DatesPrice per person sharing: Valid till 31 October 2016
For 2 passengers. Per person sharing: N$ 6,700 / EU€ 390
For 4 passengers. Per person sharing: N$ 5,400 / EU€ 314
Departures on request
Included in the price:
- Accommodation as stated in the itinerary.
- Meals and activities as stated in itinerary.
- San / Bushmen Specialist Guide.
Not included in the price:
- Flights. Travel insurance.
- Pre and post tour accommodation.
- Optional activities.
- All drinks, gratuities, telephone calls, curios.
Windhoek to Okumetameta (about 325 km) (L+D) (tented camping)
Around 8H30 in the morning, you will be collected from your Windhoek accommodation.
From Windhoek, we travel through the rural Namibia country side to a private farm in the Kalahari region of Namibia, near the Botswana border.
When we arrive, we first meet our host family, before going to our bush camp. Here we will meet our local San guide and then set-up our camp. &
In the afternoon we explore our area, and tonight’s dinner is prepared over a campfire. Lunch & Dinner
Okumetameta to Batswana Village (about 225km) (BLD) (tented camping)
After our breakfast, we go on a morning bush exploration walk with the San. They will teach us more about the Bushmen's traditional hunting techniques, how to tracking and stalk wildlife, how to make fire with two sticks.
On this highly educational wilderness excursion, there is also an chance to see wildlife, as the area is well stocked with antelope.
After our wilderness walk, we depart towards the Historical Epukiro Mission village. On arrival we set up our camp, and check into our traditional Batswana huts.
With our local host as guide, we visit the village and explore the mission to experience the real life of the tribal Batswana people. Tonight after our dinner, we will be treated to traditional tribal dancing and singing. Using only their voices and clapping of hands, they create ancient spell-bounding harmonies.
Tented camping on a shared basis, and includes Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Batswana Village to Windhoek (about 320km) (B & L)
After breakfast we begin our journey back to Windhoek. Along the way we will stop at the town of Gobabis to do a cultural tour of the Epako Township. Our tour will end in Windhoek, where you will be taken to your accommodation.