Treesleeper Camp is a beautiful, exclusive camp site in the bush nearby the village of Tsintsabis in Namibia, Africa. It is a community based and sustainable tourism project with a strong focus on the culture of the Bushmen (San) people, the first inhabitants of Southern Africa. In fact, the name 'Treesleeper' is a translation from 'Hei//omn', the local Bushmen tribe in the area and the traditional inhabitants of Etosha National Park and surroundings.
Treesleeper Camp is perfectly located nearby the world famous Etosha National Park and has, apart from great private camping accommodation, some very interesting activities to offer. You can come over to walk a bushwalk or a village tour with a professional local tour guide, or you can experience a traditional performance at a camp fire in the evening.
A cultural centre has also been set up on Treesleeper Camp. Here you can sit and relax and buy basic necessities (cool drinks, basic camping food, cold beer, etc.). Apart from that you can buy local souvenirs and traditional Bushmen artefacts are exhibited. If you are lucky you can spot some small game at the nearby waterhole.
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