We traveled as a group to visit the Twyfelfontein rock paintings and did this tour on our own. The tour of the area is done by an guide from the office, so you can do it on your own. It takes between 1-1.5 hrs to see the rock paintings. It is very close to the Burnt mountains and organ pipes...
Set in amazing scenery there's a short guided walk to see the rock engravings. Not to strenuous. The carvings are fascinating to see. We spent an hour there. There is a little cafe area that sells cans of pop.
It is worth the while visiting this site. Not only is it truly interesting rock paintings, but the information centre itself is worth spending an hour in. If you are thirsty, their colddrinks are close to frozen which quenches any thirst
It was very hot when we visited. The rock art is really spectacular and the guided tour was very interesting. The only confusing bit was the tipping and we didn't know whether the guide is really (properly) paid by the employer or if they rely on tipping?
This is a park which requires a local tour guide who takes you around the nearby petroglyphs. The tour costs $160 Namibian and includes the guide. It is a walking tour that takes between 1-2 hours. The pride of show apparently is the "Lion Man" petroglyph which is an engraving of a lion with human hands.
There is a small...