Damaraland lies in the northwest of Namibia. The unofficial name, originally proposed by the Apartheid government for a “homeland” of the Damara people, is still widely used.
Rusty red ridges formed by granite alternate with savanna and tree-covered, dried-out river beds. Such magnificent scenery is simply begging to be explored on foot.
A word of caution, wildlife is abundant in the area – large and small – so always check in with your travel agency, tour guide, or lodge before you go on your adventure.