A week or so ago we visited Game Pass Shelter at Kamberg. Here’s a little video report of mine in one of the most important rock art sites in the world – and why I think it’s one of the “wildest” places I’ve visited. It’s open to the public, and is just a 90-minute slow walk from Kamberg. I highly recommend it to everyone!
[Thanks to Sibusiso Zuma for guiding us, and to Rach for patiently filming me!]
If you can’t see the video, click here to view it.
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