Tsumkwe & Mururani
Khaudum Game Reserve, Mangetti National Park, Nyae Nyae Communal Conservation
Boesmanland ( also called Bushman land) is a historic region in north-eastern Namibia. It has the largest remaining group of Bushmen or San people who still live on their ancestral land, the Nyae Nyae Conservacy.
The Bushmen occupied the southern Africa sub-continent long before black and white settlers invaded their territories, they lived in the Kalahari for some 20 000 years as hunter-gatherers and survived by hunting and gathering edible plants.
At the Nyae Nyae Concervancy one still sees the traditional living and how they adapt to western civilization, since 1950. In Tsukwe, the closest town is a craft market with Bushmen arts and crafts.
Mangetti National Park was established in 2008. Before used to breed rare and endangered species. The park has 4×4 tracks and deep sand; there for you must have a 4WD to explore this area.
Wildlife includes eland, blue wildebeest, impala, gemsbok, kudu, giraffe, Burchell’s zebra, and predators such as leopard and hyena as well as the endangered African wild dog.