Museums and Exhibitions

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Fascinating Kavango culture - the Mbunza Living Museum. An essential part of the interactive program of the Living Museum is the demonstration (and preservation) of the fishing and land cultivating culture of the Mbunza. The traditional presentation covers everything from everyday life (traditional cuisine, fire making, basket and mat weaving, etc.) to bushwalks and fishing and finally to highly specialised techniques like blacksmithing, pottery and the making of drums. The spoken language is Rukwangali, the most common language in the Kavango area. The guide translates into English. After having been convinced of the quality and the high standard of the Living Museum and after gaining an insight into the tradition, guests are able buy a small souvenir at the craft shop and to take a piece of Kavango culture home with them.

Mbunza Living Museum Open Air Museum Lake Samsitu, 10 km west of Rundu Tel.: 264 (0) 81 215 24 96 (Sebron Ruben) Email: [email protected] Facebook: Living Culture Foundation Webpage: https://www.lcfn.info/mbunza/contact