Bushmanland is a vast and sparsely populated area located in the north eastern parts of Namibia, underneath the Caprivi Strip. Although not as lush as the more northern parts, the area does not lack in abundance of game, flora and bird species. One can easily lose yourself in the expanse of space and wonderment as nature paints some of its most beautiful scenes. With wildlife ranging from elephant to wild dogs and laying claim to the name of birder’s paradise, Bushmanland also exhibits a rich cultural element in the form of the indigenous San communities traversing its heart. Terrain ranges from pans and stony plains to dunefields and open woodland. Stretching 9,000km² in size, the area is dotted with tiny villages that house around 6,500 members of the !Kung San community.
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