Community Campsites - Namibia
This camp in Bushmanland offers guided walks and tracking with the local !Kung San (Bushman) people. The guides will gather food and help you cook it.
Why visit the Omatako Valley Restcamp?
Here you will have an opportunity to meet with and experience the traditions & culture of the !Kung San people (Bushmen).
What can you experience?
- Go on guided bush walks and experience the tracking of game
- Witness the gathering & cooking of veld (bush) food
- Enjoy traditional dance & music
- Horse riding can be arranged
What facilities are available?
- A variety of spacious campsites with braai areas and water taps
- Very basic hut/shelter
- Ablution block with flush toilet & hot shower
- Craft shop & cold drinks
Nearby attractions include:
- Nyae Nyae Pans (Nyae Nyae Conservancy, 1 hr 30 min)
- Kaudom National Park (3-4 hrs, 4x4 required)
Where is it?
How do I get there?
- From the south take the main Grootfontein-Rundu road (B8 tarmac) 55 km north of Grootfontein turn right onto the Tsumkwe road (C44 gravel). After 100 km you will reach the Veterinary fence and checkpoint. 11 km further down the road you will find the restcamp on your right hand side. Access is by 2 x 4 vehicle.
The only way to get a site is to arrange it on arrival at the campsite.
Community Tourism | Namibia
A satellite camp to Fiume Lodge, the Bush Camp requires a minimum two night stay and is the base for top quality guided excursions to visit a local Bushman / San community
A partially community owned camp - allows guest to gain an insight into the lives of the local Bushman community
In the town of Tsumkwe this lodge offers an opportunity to visit the local San communities