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Fascinating insight into a totally different life style. We saw how fire is made, met some of the... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2018
pbhPlymouth
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An unique and amazing experience!

We visited the San living Museum during our three week camping trip to Namibia. For us it was a... read more

Reviewed 27 May 2018
Sarah W
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The Living Museum of the Ju/'Hoansi-San gives visitors an interesting insight into the life of the friendly San. The Living Museum is an authentic open-air museum where guests can learn a lot about the traditional culture and the original way of...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Grashoek | 7 km north of the C44 between Grootfontein & Tsumkwe, Tsumkwe, Namibia
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Reviewed 2 July 2018

Fascinating insight into a totally different life style. We saw how fire is made, met some of the people both young and very very old. Took a walk in the bush and saw and heard about some of the medicinal uses of the plants. The...More

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Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

We visited the San living Museum during our three week camping trip to Namibia. For us it was a truly remarkable and unforgettable experience! If you want to have a real glimpse into the life and culture of the bushmen people there is no better...More

Thank Sarah W
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Elias , a young San bushmen who spoke beautiful English, showed us around a typical San village. We walked through the bush with an elder who spoke only.click language which was translated by Elias. The elder showed us bush medicine, how to set a snare,...More

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Reviewed 1 June 2016

We spent three days with the Bushmen people and Camashe (our guide). The concept of living museums is a pure win-win. An excellent opportunity for us to learn about the Bushmen (now and 30 years ago), and a good income for them, based on work...More

2  Thank Nadavw
Reviewed 28 February 2016

we spent two days camping and doing differents activities with the bushmen and was something that we keep with us for the rest of our lifes. You can choose among many activities to do, we listen songs, share dances and history telling around the fire...More

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FRW770
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Response from Sebastian D | Property representative |
Dear Fiona, The Living Museum is up and running, you can go there without any pre booking. All info on our website.
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Response from Nadavw | Reviewed this property |
Karen, See my input embedded in your text. “Is an interpreter necessary to visit the San village? They speak English but all activities are according to fixed tarifs of the "living museum" program, which is 150-200... More
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