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Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Centre

 

Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Centre

Welcome to our Namibian heritage centre and traditional art craft shop, Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Centre. Our main attraction is a huge hollow baobab tree that have been used as a hideout, a post office, a chapel and military base. You can come into the baobab tree and find the tree was chapel. In craft shop, we are selling all handmade traditional crafts, baskets, pottery, accessories, wooden cups, etc. Our pruducts are made by 44 community members living in villages around Outapi. You will astonish our variety of hand made products. In addition, there is a camping facilities with braai and shower. Our historical baobab tree and wide varieties of traditional art crafts will become something to remember of your journey in Namibia.

 

Products

  • Handicrafts
    • Baskets
    • Pottery
    • Accessories
    • Wooden cups, etc.
  • Baobab tree heritage sight seeing tour
  • Camp site

 

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Shops & Workshops

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Company information

Manager

Mr. Gebhard Shiimbi

Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Centre

 

Member

11 committie members

2 emplyees

44 community members

Office & Shop

Place: Outapi

P.O.Box 15, Outapi, Namibia

Cell: +264-81-4384705

E-mail: obthc@iway.na

History

Ombalantu Baobab Tree Heritage Centre was started in 2003 and registered as a heritage centre in 2009.

 

 

 

Category: Handicrafts and Accessories, Region: Omusati

 

 

 

Katima Craft Centre

 

Katima Craft Centre offers a truly unique selection of Caprivian artefacts. We carry handcrafted wooden sculptured items as well as a wide selection of pottery and woven baskets and other items. These artefacts allow you to truly celebrate the cultural heritage and diversity of the Caprivians. These handmade pieces of Caprivian artists are crafted by the leading African artists.

The major centre in Caprivi, the gateway to Victoria Falls Zimbabwe and the Chobe National Park in Botswana, is Katima Mulilo. The proximity of the region to Angola, Botswana ans Zambia with their active craft industries, gives impetus to Caprivian artists and craftspeople. Caprivi pots and baskets are noted for their distinctive beauty and symmetry.

The art of the potter in Caprivi has evolved over time. Beautiful pots with spherical bodies and slender necks are created, often with intriguing patterns and interesting firing techniques, making them much sought after by collectors.

Products

  • Wooden sculptured items
    • Walking stick
    • Animals: elephant, rinos, hipos, giraffes, crocodiles, etc.
    • Face masks
  • Pottery
  • Woven items made by palms and grasses
    • Baskets
    • Trays
    • Table mats
    • Glass mats
  • Accessories such as bangles necklace
  • Drums

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Shop

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Company information

Chair person

Ms. Patrick Shambwe

KATIMA CRAFT CENTRE

 

Community member

5 shop staffs

300 members

KATIMA CRAFT CENTRE

 

Office and Shop

Address: Katima Open Market

Tel: +264-66-252670, +264-66-252694

Cell: +264-81-2784445

E-mail: katimacraftcentre@iway.na

History

Established as an incorporated association not for gain in 1986.

 

 

Category: Handicrafts and Accessories, Region: Zambezi

 

 

 

Ncumcara/Mile 20 Community Craft Centre

 

Welcome to our Namibian traditional art craft. We are selling all handmade high-quality and well-designed woodcarvings, baskets and jewellery. These crafts are created by 25 community members who are highly skilled craft men and women in Kavango village. Since Kavango region is a major timber
production area in Namibia, and we supply timmber to all over the country. So we know characteristics of the wood well, and that is why we can create high quality woodcarvings. In fact, we received the SME Regional Award in ‘Made in Namibia Expo 2011’ hosted by Ministry of Trade and Industry. Our attractive traditional art crafts will look good even in your contemporary style of living.

Products

  • Furniture
  • Woodcarvings
  • Doors
  • Baskets
  • Jewellery, etc.

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Shop and Workshop

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Company information

Owner

Mr. Joseph Rihita Ndjamb

NCUMCARA

 

Members

6 committee members

25 local community members

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Office, Shop & Workshop

Place: Mile 20

P.O.Box 2013, Rundu, Namibia

Cell: +264-81-2856594

History

Ncumcara/Mile 20 Community Craft Centre was started in 2002.

Aword

The SME Regional Award in ‘Made in Namibia Expo 2011’ hosted by Ministry of Trade and Industry.

NCUMCARA

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Category: Joinery, Furniture and Woodcarvings, Region: Kavango

 

 

 

Opuwo Beads and Bracelets

 

We are selling wide varieties of traditional art crafts such as accessories, dolls, and perfume powder in Opuwo known as a Himba tribe town in Namibia. The Himba is a tribe maintaining their traditional life style, and many tourists visit Opuwo from all over the world. Our Himba accessories made of metal ,seeds and beads are uniquely designed, so you can never find handmade works of art like ours outside Namibia. They look great with your modern fashion styles. Top off your contemporary outfits with our original accessories. Don’t worry about language problems because some of our members are tour guides, and they can speak not only English but also French, German, etc. They have also been trained for first aids in case of snake bites or injuries, so relax and enjoy joining in our Himba village tours. When we participated in a trade fair in U.S.A., our unique Himba fashions and crafts received high praise from the people around the world.

Products

  • Accessories  made of beads, seads, egg shells, wood, born, shell, makarani, pbc, copper, bronds, metal, etc.
    • Bracelets
    • Neckless
  • Baskets
  • Wood carvings
  • Himba dolls
  • Himba costumes
    • belts
    • shoes
    • skirt
  • Traditional powder, perfume

Services

  • Tour guide to visit traditional village
    • Himba village
    • Herelo village
    • Zemba village
  • Epupa falls

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Company information

We are consist of four groups.

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1. Opuwo Beads and Bracelets

Chair person                                                       Tour Guide

Mr. Uapuena Hepute                                                       Ms. Queen Elizabeth

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17 members

 

2. Use Your Talent Project

Chair person and Tour guide

Ms. Linda

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9 members

 

3. Kunene Design and Creative Craft

Chair person

Ms. Caroline Tjambiru

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1 member

 

4. Ngatupenduke Project

Chair person and Tour guide

Ms. Kaisa Ngonbe (Marianna)

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Shop

The parking area infront of  OK store, Opuwo

 

 

 

Category: Handicrafts and Accessories, Region: Kunene