Cultural Stop Over

Our Unique Cultural Stopover Northen Circuit in between the Etosha National Park Namibia and Victoria Falls Zimbabwe via Moremi Game Reserve

Pause and immerse yourself in a diverse taste of cultures as an add on to your wildlife experience.

Basarwa / San

The Basarwa, also known as the San people, are the original inhabitants of Southern Africa/kalahari desert. Their culture is deeply rooted in the arid landscapes and their hunter-gatherer way of life has persisted for thousands of years. When you visit a Basarwa community, you’ll have the opportunity to experience their remarkable tracking skills, storytelling, and traditional dances. Spend time with them and gain insight into their profound knowledge of the natural world, from medicinal plants to survival techniques.

Bayei / Wayei

The Bayei / Wayei people reside in the Okavango Delta, one of the world’s largest inland deltas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They have a deep connection with this watery landscape and are skilled fishermen. A visit to a Bayei community will introduce you to their traditional dugout canoes and vibrant music with reed skirts. 

Ovambanderu / Ovaherero

The Ovambanderu and Ovaherero are two distinct but closely related ethnic groups in Namibia. Known for their striking attire and cattle herding traditions, a visit to an Ovambanderu or Ovaherero village offers a glimpse into the intricate social structures and customs of these pastoralists. You’ll have the chance to witness the unique fashion of the Herero women, characterized by their elaborate Victorian-style dresses, which they’ve adapted to their own cultural context.

Basubiya / Vekuhane

The Ikuhane people, also known as the Subiya or Subia, are a Bantu-speaking ethnic group who are native to Southern Africa, primarily Namibia. They form part of Namibia’s Zambezi people and are also found in large numbers in Botswana and Zambia. Their language is the Ikuhane language (Chikuhane) also known as the Subia language (Chisubia).


The Hambukushu people, also living in the Okavango Delta region, have a rich oral tradition and a deep reverence for nature. When you stop over at a Hambukushu village, you’ll be welcomed with warm hospitality and invited to partake in their storytelling sessions, which often revolve around the myths and legends of the delta. Explore their artistry through beautifully crafted traditional baskets, pottery, and beadwork, and gain an understanding of how these crafts are interwoven with their daily lives.

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