Located in the middle of the Namib desert, the rock paintings of Tchitundo-Hulo are a souvenir of the peoples who previously inhabited that area.
Considered one of the most valuable cultural sites in Angola, Tchitundo-Hulo has the paintings exposed to the open air. The desert rocks are decorated with various figures and abstract drawings, which tell the story of the ancient peoples of the country.
The paintings began to be studied in 1952, but to this day the meaning of many is still to be discovered.
The paintings are near Capolopopo, about 137 kilometres east of Namibe. If you want to know the fingerprints of the first people to live in that area it is advisable to do so with the company of a tour guide who knows the area well.