Situated in northeastern Namibia, Bushmanland is infamous for its spectacularly scenic rugged terrain. It is home to the San and Bushmen people, the earliest known inhabitants of Namibia. Scattered shrublands characterise the landscape that is dotted with baobabs and other indigenous trees. Visit the ramshackle collection of shops in Tsumkwe to stock up on supplies before venturing out into the desert wilderness on a thrilling 4X4 excursion. Support the local communities by buying their locally-made crafts including bracelets, necklaces and colourful hand-beaded bags. Explore the wealth of rock art peppered around Bushmanland. Visitors come here to enjoy excellent wildlife viewing and for close cultural encounters with the indigenous people of this mesmerising land.