The Kokerboom. or "quiver tree", (common in northern South Africa and southern Namibia) can grow up to 7m in height. They were used by bushmen to create quivers for their arrows; hence the name.  kokerboom wood daylight 800x600.jpg (108515 bytes)
Kokerboom wood nr. Keetmanshoop, 800x600
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Kokerboom wood nr. Keetmanshoop, 800x600
kokerboom wood in daylight 800x600.jpg (71573 bytes)
Kokerboom wood nr. Keetmanshoop, 800x600
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Kokerboom wood nr. Keetmanshoop, 800x600
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Kokerboom wood nr. Keetmanshoop, 800x600
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For more on the Kokerboom Wood and accommodation options there, go to the TRAVEL section

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