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Serra Cafema Camp

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  • Serra Cafema Camp

  • Serra Cafema Camp

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    Work up an appetite in the Serra Cafema dunes
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Experience sweeping vistas over the endless dunes
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    Unforgettable outing in the dunes of the Namib
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    Drinks stop with an expansive view
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    Explore the dunes by quad bike with an experienced guide
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    The Himba are nomadic hunter-gatherers indigenous to the Kunene Region
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    Cultural encounter with the local Himba
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    Guests are invited to visit a local Himba settlement during their stay
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Himba children grow up in the care of the village women
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    Himba women are famous for covering themselves with otjize paste [a cosmetic mixture of butterfat and ochre pigment]
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Young Himba woman with elaborate hair and jewellery
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Hairstyle and jewellery play a significant role, indicating age and social status
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Himba women remain in the villages while the men tend to the livestock
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    The Himba live in one of the harshest environments on Earth
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    Oryx are adapted to survive in the arid conditions of the Namib Desert
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Nile crocodile occur in this area of the Kunene and are often seen at Serra Cafema
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Goliath heron takes flight along the Kunene River
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Gemsbok crossing the Cafema dunes
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    Oryx in the dune field near Serra Cafema
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    Credit: Dana Allen
    Its unusual flattened snout with sharp cutting edge makes the shovel-snouted lizard easily recognisable
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    Arid-adapted springbok can be seen in the Hartmann’s Valley
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    While not always readily sighted, brown hyaena are always a thrill to spot
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    Hartmann's mountain zebra is a subspecies of the mountain zebra found in far south-western Angola and western Namibia

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