Boiteko Tourism Center
Community Campsites - Namibia
The Batswana tribe (who are more commonly associated with Botswana) are settled in this area of eastern Namibia, The Boiteko Center offers and opportunity to interact with the local community and share a small part of their lifestyle.
Why visit Boiteko Tourism Centre?
- Here you will have an opportunity to meet with and experience the traditions & culture of the Batswana tribe.
- Income generated goes to the local women.
What can you experience?
- Traditional performances
- Cooking of traditional food
- A visit to a natural spring
- A visit to German graves
- Services of trained guides
What facilities are available?
- Ablution facilities
- Traditional huts
Nearby attractions include:
How to get there?
- If driving from Windhoek head eastwards on the B6 towards Gobabis, travel through Gobabis and then turn left onto the C22 road for about 90 km, turn on the D1635 for about 6 km to the project.
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
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