THE OKAVANGO’S PREMIER CULTURAL EXPERIENCE
The most natural way to learn the secrets of the bush and the dying art of survival skills is to try your hand at it. What’s the best way to snare an animal? How do you make rope from a baobab tree? Which plants are edible or useful for ailments? How do you make a toothbrush and toothpaste? How do you train a bird to help you find honey? For travelers who wish to learn interactively about nature from the perspective of the oldest culture on the planet, Bushman Plains Camp offers the chance to use all sense to experience the Bushman traditions interconnected with nature. Story telling, music and dancing have always been central to the culture of the first people, and we share these important aspects of life with our guests. You will be one of the rare few who learns the lifestyle of our most ancient ancestors.
Each day before our guides go to work, they ask our ancestors to be with us in the bush, keep us safe, and direct us to great wildlife. Nature is as sacred to us as are our ancestors. At Bushman Plains, the circle of the Okavango tradition is complete and the heritage of the first people lives on. Join us for an incomparable safari–and become one of the rare few to learn about the lifestyle of our most ancient ancestors.