• Description
Twyfelfontein remains one of the country’s favourable attractions and since June 2007 enjoys the status of being Namibia’s first World Heritage Site, securely tucked away between the granites of an ancient, arid region. Its name when translated directly, means “doubtful fountain” still has most people “doubtful” on the true purpose of the rock art. The site is unusual in Africa as it has both carvings (petroglyphs) and paintings (pictograms).