The Ovahimba Living Museum is located in the northwest of Namibia between Opuwo and Epupa Falls. We have a termite problem. Termites are disastrous for the branches, so we use ash to protect those branches. You can try it. It’s corn. These are blacksmiths and they make beads of bent wire. Then they hammer that wire flat. The spear was used for hunting. Every woman has her own kitchen. Corn and other fruits and vegetables were stored herein. This is termite sand from Epupa Falls. They grind the sand to make powder, then they mix it with water. A guide in Western clothing told us about everything about this Himba village, about the haircut and about the jewelry. Two ties means that she has three or more children. Inside the ‘kraal’ the cattle, sheep and goats are locked up at night. Chicken coops If she is outside the village, the head cover must be turned on. This is the sacred fire that they use during weddings and funerals. Himba’s believe in their forefathers and pray to them. The two ladies here purify themselves. They want to smell nice. Now she cleans herself with smoke to smell good. The herbs used to come from the mountains. When they have purified themselves, they place their clothes above the smoke. The tour ends with singing and dancing. If you have become enthusiastic after watching this video, subscribe to my channel to see more videos. On the YouTube homepage you’ll see under subscriptions, that new videos have been uploaded.