Slowly slowly you track the kudu. Barefooted San people are your guides and trackers. More than that, they are your window into a different world. They show you the clues. You stop and learn.
Of course, San hunters don’t need to stop. They see the clues and quickly change direction, keeping pace with the kudu and eventually using their traditional bow and arrow.
But traditional hunting is just one part of San lifestyle. These semi-nomadic people live in harmony with the natural world and there is so much they can teach us.
Don’t do this experience if you want to take some photos and say you met a San tribe.
No, this experience is an immersion, in a remote part of Botswana, and it takes time to explore and learn about San ways. They’re one of the world’s most unique people and this is a rare opportunity to experience first-hand how they live, in a non obtrusive way.