The Himba Tribe of northwestern Namibia is one of our planet's last remaining authentic tribes. They live a simple life of pastoralists, traveling where they need in order to find food for their livestock. The area is very barren and rugged and is in the midst of a two year drought which is frying these people to travel further afield. With the scarcity of water, wells are dug each day in the dry riverbeds to water the animals. This is an incredibly arduous task that occurs day after day. Despite these hardships, you will find the Himba to be very welcoming and warm.
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