Kaokoland, situated in the Kunene region in the North-Western corner of Namibia is one of the Worlds’ last few true wilderness areas, an unspoilt area that is travelled in isolation. It is one of the few places on earth that have remained very much unchanged in regards to the living and non-living aspects of nature, something that becomes apparent once you have arrived in this phenomenal landscape. In the north it borders against the meandering Kunene River while the western border flows over into the Skeleton Coast National Park. The geological processes in Kaokoland have moulded a landscape unique on earth – rugged, natural, yet soulful and liberating. It is epic canvasses of incredible mountain scenery, a refuge for the rare desert dwelling elephant, black rhino and free-roaming game species that have specially adapted to find food and water in the deeply incised gorges of age-old riverbeds and valleys. It is also the home of the Himba tribes people.