From :Africa-ata.org

Gudigwa Camp to Reduce Pressure on Endangered Wildlife

One of southern Africa’s most ancient and vulnerable communities, Botswana’s Bukakhwe San Bushmen, have launched a community-run ecotourism project built on preserving their traditional values and protecting the region’s declining wildlife.

 

A San Healer dancing with feather

Bukakhue San women gathering kindling for fires.

Gudigwa Dancing or a celebratory Bukakhue San Bushman Dance.

Completed hut or traditional Bushman style guest hut at Gudigwa Camp.

One of southern Africa’s most ancient and vulnerable communities, Botswana’s Bukakhwe San Bushmen, have launched a community-run ecotourism project built on preserving their traditional values and protecting the region’s declining wildlife.

 

A San Healer dancing with feather

Bukakhue San women gathering kindling for fires.

Gudigwa Dancing or a celebratory Bukakhue San Bushman Dance.

Completed hut or traditional Bushman style guest hut at Gudigwa Camp.