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Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Centre & Campsite
The baobab tree, also referred to as 'Omukwa waaMbalantu' by the local Ombalantu tribe has played a significant role in local history. The hollow tree trunk was at various times used as a hideout; post office and even a chapel in the era of South West Africa.
There is a renovated coffee shop which was built during colonial times and is now used as a kiosk and craft shop where visitors can purchase wire products; replicas of the baobab tree and even wire giraffes and Owambo baskets as well as clay pots.
The campsite has ablution blocks consists of four warm showers and four toilets. The ablution block is kept neat and tidy for guests' convenience. There are four campsites around the tree which provides shade during the day.