Take the B2 from Swakopmund towards Usakos. 40km bfore Usakos turn left onto the D1918 towards Hentjies Bay. After 18km turn right onto the D3716 and drive a further 11km. Accessible by ordinary cars

GPS Coordinates

S21.83977 E-15.20162.


Hiking / Walking Trails

The Spitzkoppe is known to contain at least 37 rock art sites and test excavations at one of these revealed a well preserved archeological sequence spanning the last 4000 years. Evidence from the excavation include a wide range of stone artifacts used in hunting weaponry and in the preparation of animal hides, as well as the remains of hunted game and plant foods. From this evidence it appears that the Spitzkoppe served as a dry season base with reliable food and water resources. The rock painting sites at Spitzkoppe contain a number of motives that are closely associated with rain making rituals. In Namibia, the archeological evidence of rain making relates to entire landscapes, such as the Spitzkoppe, rather than to individual painted rock shelters.

These sites can only be visited with a guide due to their vulnerability and can be booked at the reception upon arrival.

There are 3 walking routes available:

Pontok Route

+/- 4,5 h
Difficulty - fit
- this route takes you to a look out point on the top of Spitzkoppe.

Matterhorn Route

+/- 6-8 h
Difficulty - very fit
- experienced climber
- no climbing gear needed

Bushman Circle Route:

+/- 7 h
Difficulty - fairly fit
- this includes a chain climb up a steep area to the bushmans paradise and afterward a flat walking surface with sand and rock.

*All routes need to be done with a guide
*Groups not exceeding 6 persons

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