The Himba are a semi-nomadic tribe from the desert area in the far north of Namibia. This group are the most southerly, having relocated to just outside Khamanjab in the south of Damaraland. Unlike other "tourist" villages such as the Masai villages in Kenya, the Himba still dress and live traditionally. Obviously they make money by welcoming tourists but it does feel authentic and they don't put on anything special (like dancing) for visitors, they just go about their daily work in the village. They do, of course, try and sell you things but its not a hard sell.