Tsodilo Hills

Tsodilo Hills

meeting the original bushmen and exploring ancient rock paintings of his ancestors

Location: 

Tsodilo, Botswana

Duration: 

Monday, October 17, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Tsodilo: home of over 4'500 rock paintings
  2. Bushmen: oldest known inhabitants of Southern Africa
  3. Language: Khoisan language with unique click sounds
  4. Rhino Trail: walking around the Female hill to spot paintings
  5. The Hills: Male (1'400m) , Female, Child and Grand Child

Image sources

  1. Rock paintings 
  2. Male Hill, highest point of Botswana
  3. Rock paintings: Giraffes
  4. Xontale: bushman guide
  5. Me exploring the caves

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