* The Brandberg is most famous for the rock painting known as the White Lady .
* While the controversy remains unsolved visitors will find that the White Lady depicts neither a white person nor a woman. The character is part of a hunting scene in which it is the most prominent hunter dressed in some sort of white pants.
* The White Lady is located on an overhang known as Maack’s Shelter. The hike to the painting will take about an hour and it is best to avoid the midday heat on this excursion.
* Botanists will find specimen of the ancient Welwitschia mirabilis at the Messum Crater south-west of the Brandberg and the indigenous Acacia montis-usti are characteristic of the Brandberg Valley.