Reflecting on an earlier piece, Photographing the Himba, Photo Etiquette – I think it is fitting to discuss what a Himba tour entails. Firstly, when you are staying at Epupa Falls Lodge & Campsite, you can either pre-book your tour or book it in camp. If you book it in camp, please make sure that… Read More A Himba Tour
When a tribe that does everything by foot is asked to participate in a race, things tend to get rather competetive. During our 25 Years celebrations, Epupa Falls Lodge organised a Himba Race. Here are the memories of the Women’s Himba Race.
Our Himba by Annemarie Coetzee Every now and again a client comes along with a special or keen interest to photograph our nomadic Himba people. This can be a relatively easy task if you are happy to photograph the Himba in Swakopmund, or the Himba group that quickly dress as Himba when the tourists come…… Read More Our Himba
This might be in Nigeria, but this hut does look a bit like our Himba huts – just a lot bigger!
Berrie returned on 12 December 2012 and in a very emotional moment, cut the chains from Ndjinaa’s feet. She was given a bath and clean clothes to wear. When she came out from behind the bush, walking upright – my heart jumped – she was human again. Her spirit was set free.… Read More Ndjinaa through the eyes of Koos Verwey – owner of Epupa Falls Lodge
A look into the lives of the Himba. There is even two photos of Ndjinaa http://abigailww.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/dsc_6085.jpg