Set out on a unique day of discovery, stopping first at Twyfelfontein – Namibia’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. As you explore the rocky outcrop, view the exceptional engravings made by ancient San bushmen which have captured imaginations ever since their discovery. The amazement continues at the nearby Organ Pipes, a fascinating and beautiful group of geological formations over 150 million years old. Continue on to an elevated mass of granite known as Burnt Mountain. Your final sight is the Brandberg Mountain where you will witness the famous ‘White Lady’ bushmen painting.
Twyfelfontein has been a national monument since 1952 and is one of the country’s most highly prized treasures. These are some of the best-preserved prehistoric etchings on the planet. As you walk around the site, taking in the incredible scenery, you will be able to observe as many as 2,500 distinctive rock carvings and paintings. Some of these are estimated to be around 6,000 years old.