The Tree of Healing marks the gravesite of a powerful San healer and diviner, |Qano#î. He was famous for his ability to summon rain from the South West by dancing and singing ancient songs. Each family usually has at least one healer and they pass their knowledge on from one generation from the next. Data collected from elders during the cultural mapping process reveals that when the San community lost their land the younger generations could not learn to be healers and much of this knowledge was lost. Today, the use of healing plants and the healing dance is only practiced by a few members of the San community but this is a part of their surviving heritage. Images from this trip document the first excursions into the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and were a central part of the work on oral history and mapping in the first years of research.