This amazing rock-art site was located in the Drakensberg, in South Africa. It is one of the best known site in the country and was key in helping historians “crack the code” of the meaning behind what was previously thought of as just primitive “Bushmen Paintings”. When shamans painted an eland, they didn’t just pay homage to a sacred animal; they also harnessed its essence. They put paint to rock and opened portals to the spirit world. This park is now a World Heritage site, largely due to the thousands of Rock Art sites within the Royal Natal National Park.