- This permit urges the holder Dr. Walter Naumann and company to respects the ecological, natural and cultural integrity of the site and keep in mind that all rock art and archaeological sites in Namibia are protected by the National Heritage Act 27 of 2004 therefore; basic precautions to ensure the safety of the site and its contents must be taken:
a) Do not move or remove any artifacts you may find at a site;
b) Do not touch the rock paintings at the site nor add graffiti to rock panels.
c) Don’t walk or climb across rock art to get to get closer to other images, or simply to explore, or to take a shortcut to another place. Unauthorized trails are illegal at the site;
d) Do not make rubbings on rock paintings. Rubbings cause damage to images by abrading them and sometimes by leaving behind residues of the materials used to make the rubbings.
e) Do not use chalk or other materials to outline the figures. This is vandalism, besides which it is unsightly and can cause permanent damage to the rock art;
f) Do not lean on the rock art panels or boulders as this contribute to deterioration of the rock art images;
g) NHC shall not be liable for any losses, damages or injuries to persons or properties as a result of activities related to this permit.
h) NHC does not exempt the holder of this permit from conditions that relevant authorities may require.
- Dr. Walter Naumann and company will be accompanied by Mr. Alfons Uwuseb (NHC Brandberg Guide).