With a short walk you can see many, many petroghyphs, some they say from the stone age. Most are quite clear and you can get quite close to them. I really enjoyed this.
You need a good guide to explain those rock engravings and the theories behind why bushmen made them. Our guide (from Camp Kipwe) made this excursion an interesting one. This is the only cultural UNESCO world heritage site in Namibia.
This is a very unique and intersting place, with the 6000 year old rockpaintings. We were very much impressed.
It's an amazing location. You look at engravings of bushmen that are between 2000 - 6000 years old. Most of them still in an excellent condition. It gives you a kind of understanding what was important for them and how they communicated. Definetely a must if you are close by.
Stunning rock art with an informative guide made this a very special visit. The design of the visitor centre was also something special. Definitely a "not to be missed experience".
We did the longer walk and were very glad that we did. It was incredible to see the rock paintings and the formations of some of the rocks. Don't miss it!
This is a stunning site. Since we've been to many locations with historic and prehistoric rock art around the world, it is always interesting to see similarities and differences. The petroglyphs here are generally artistically appealing while also capturing a sense of the local fauna. Being relatively close to the sea, there are images of seals and penguins as well... More
We had a very well informed guided tour to see the rock engravings at Twyfelfontein and it was well worth the visit.
This site is undoubtedly worthy of its status as a World Heritage Site, but that alone is no guarantee that the average person will find it particularly interesting! It's certainly a pleasant meander around the hillside, and the engravings do need to be preserved, but this is one of those few occasions when [to my mind] a photograph is almost... More
Beautiful red balancing boulders and desert elephants. Fairy circles and the oldest plant on earth! Got taught how to talk in the 'click' language. Lovely people.
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