Opuwo is the capital of the Kunene Region in north-western Namibia. The town is situated about 720 km north-northwest from the capital Windhoek, and has a population of c. 7,500. 

The Hoanib is one of the 12 ephemeral seasonal rivers in the west of Namibia, where it was the border between northern Damaraland and Kaokoland. Its length is 270 km.

Etosha National Park is a national park in northwestern Namibia. The park was proclaimed a game reserve on March 22, 1907 in Ordinance 88 by the Governor of German South West Africa, Dr. Friedrich von Lindequist.

The Kaokoland full of wonders, are the inevitable encounter with the Himba people, Comtemplation arid landscapes and the beauty of Kaokoland. But the discovery of the Kunene River and the falls and the surprising richness of flora and fauna of the region. 

Hartmann and Marienfluss Valley are the extreme northwest of Namibia. The nearest town to stock up before this expedition is the city Opuwo. A visit to these mountains is an unforgettable experience.

The Himba are a tribe of nomadic pastoralists who inhabit the Kaokoland area of Namibia. The Himba are actually descendants of a group of Herero herders who fled into the remote north-west after been displaced by the Nama.

The Epupa Falls sit on the Kunene River on the border of Angola and Namibia in an area commonly known as Kaokoland. They are created by a series of cascades that drop a total of 60m over a distance of about 1.5km.