We are paving the way for the exploration of uncontaminated places where there are many stone-age sites.
Humanity has inhabited the semi-desert land of Namibia for many thousands of years. No one knows exactly what kind of populations lived here originally, where and when they initially settled, what they ate and drank.
Does part of the beginning of mankind lie buried in the hills of Namibia? The oldest works of African art, rock paintings and engravings up to 28 000 years old, can be found in masses in Namibia’s mountains. Thousands of Stone Age camping places and stone tool working places lay waiting to be discovered by the explorers.
Our goal, in cooperation with the local archaeologists in Namibia and the landowners, is to find these archaeological sites, catalogue and register them. We shall not take anything from any of the sites. We shall leave all findings for later investigation by the experts. Namibia is a poor country with only a few archaeologists and there is little knowledge about the old history. Few people can identify a Stone Age camping place, because they do not know what to look for. Many of these sites are being destroyed.
You do not have to be an archaeologist to take part in this exploration, but naturally any students or experts will be more than welcome. What you need is a love of exploration, a good imagination, and a keen interest in ancient history. Also you should be relatively good on foot, as we shall be walking in mountainous areas.