A LAND OF ETHNIC DIVERSITY
Approximately half of the population in Namibia belongs to the Ovambo ethnic group, mainly residing in the northern regions of the country. In central and southern Namibia, the major ethnic group is the Herero. Namibia is also home to the Khoisan people, who are descendants of southern African migrants. They are a blend of the Namaqua and San cultures and are believed to be one of the 14 ancestral population clusters from which all modern humans evolved. The Khoisan people are united by their unique language, characterized by clicking sounds that distinguish it from other African languages. We can arrange an unforgettable meeting with this unique blend of traditions in an African styled party.