Brandberg Nature Reserve and Cape Cross-Namibia

Brandberg Nature Reserve and Cape Cross-Namibia

Driving through the Branberg Nature Reserve is AMAZING! There are many many different types of rock formations for you to see and the scenery is just AMAZING. I came across the Burnt mountain, Organ pipes,Petrified Forest and the White Lady! But hey, I am just a travler whom travel to too many places these days! If you want to know more history, pls google it yourself, I am just here to tell you which places is NICE to Go and how beautiful is it:P

organ pipes-nambia africa
organ pipes-nambia
ostrich at the nambia dessert

The most famous things to see around that area is the “white Lady“. We joined a tour to see the Painting on the rock, which was the communication between the bushmen in Namibia.

white lady-UIS namibia
shaman paintinbg-UIS Namibia

It’s a nice hike to walk up to see the painting:)

shaman painting-nambia

And it’s only an hour walk and it’s scenic so I love this tour:)

hiking at nambia
nambia hike

After the walk, we drove through the dessert area again and passed though a lot of local market 🙂 this was where I got my 100 carat Blue Topaz 🙂

herero selling stones at nambia

This part of Namibia is famous for it Herero People.

herero doll-nambia

The Herero was heavily influenced by Western culture during the colonial period, creating a whole new identity. Although they are ethic group from Africa, they are so different from the the ethic group-Himba. The only thing in common was they both do cattle raising:)

herero dolls with stones nambia
herero doll-nambia africa

I happened to run into them later at a mall. They clothing are really very interesting:)

edgymix with herero lady-nambia
herero lady and man-nambia

Later we wnt to Cape cross which is a place filled with Seal:)

cape coast seals
cape coast nambia

I will cover more story of Namibia in my next post since I spent almost 1 month there. It’s a great country with so may things to see and do. Stay tune:)

seal baby sucking milk-nambia

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  1. Tammy, next time please take me with you!:) Namibia must be amazing and would love to visit. The photos are brethtaking, seals are so sweet, especially the last one. Kisses my dear, hope life is treating you well!:*

  2. Looks so interesting Tammy. It must have been fun hiking up for one hour and be rewarded with those work of art and rock formations. The Herero culture is so unique and their dresses so chic and colourful. Wow, those seals are in huge and just having fun ha going out there.
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  3. oh wow! how beautiful this place is! Amazing to see this in person, right. And to see the paintings on the rocks as part of their communication is priceless. Thank you for posting this girl,… it’s great to see you again (haven’t been around here in a long time).
    – Elsey

  4. Dearest Tammy,
    When I was doing research about our trip to South Africa (1985) I wanted to know where we went and find out more about the Khoikhoi.
    All of a sudden I came to the Herero people from Namibia. But I was shocked for finding out a piece of history that has been hidden for a CENTURY!
    Now you too find out where you spent one month of your time.
    Hugs to you,

  5. Wow gorgeous pics my friend !
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