George Mukoya & Muduva Nyangana
Community: Traditionally hunter gatherers, the Gciriku people have now adapted to pastoralism. They arrived in Namibia in the 16th century and have moved between Namibia and Angola avoiding various periods of turmoil. Their Language is ruKwangali.
Scenic beauty: Namibia’s hidden gem, one of the last true wilderness areas in Southern Africa, the terrain is predominantly Kalahari sand dunes covered by a forest of diverse varieties of magnificent tall trees.
Wildlife: Ideal habitat of an estimate 3000 elephant and a variety of antelope such as the Roan, and hunting ground to the rare Wild Dog. A game drive through this area is an adventure and offers a glimpse into Africa as it was and should be. Over 300 bird species have been recorded. These include the endangered Southern Ground- Hornbill, the African Hobby and the Racket-tailed Roller, Sharp Tailed Starling and the Yellow Throated Sand Grouse.