Travel east from Etosha or Windhoek, some four hours by car, and you’ll find Bushmanland to the North and the Kalahari to the south. This is remote country, even by Namibian standards. Here within scattered small villages live the San Bushmen, famous for their survival skills. Visit Khaudum National Park with its amazing herds of game, and the beginnings of the Kalahari Dessert, which stretches across eight different countries rewarding visitors with its silence and solitude.
The Caprivi region, the long finger like extension in northeast Namibia, was annexed to then German South-West Africa give Germany access to the Zambezi River.