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Settlement Epupa Falls

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Located in Namibia :: Kaokoland :: Epupa Falls Area
Category: Places :: Settlement

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Description [ correction ]

On the other side of the Kunene river in Angola, Epupa Falls are known as the Monte Negro Falls. The river is half a kilometre wide at this point and features a series of waterfalls ranging from 1.5m to 37m in height. Epupa is a Herero word meaning foam, named after the foam created by the falling water. These unique falls form a habitat for a few endemic fish and other aquatic species.

Contact [ correction ]
Address : South West Angola, Namibia
Cellphone Reception : Intermittent Main Cellular Network : MTC

Directions [ correction ]

Not available

Destination Information [ correction ]
Facilities : Lodging, Camping, Restaurant

Activities [ correction ]
Swimming

Travelling Information

HEALTHCARE:
There is a clinic.

ROAD INFO:
The road (D3700) from Kunene River Lodge in North West Namibia to Epupa Falls along by the Kunene River has been upgraded. It used to be a serious 4 x 4 route but is now a wide road and takes about 3 hours to drive.

TOUR GUIDES:
Try contacting Joao (+264(0)81 276 6019). He is a local tour guide and would gladly show you around. (Aug-2017).

TOW-IN:
No tow-in in the area but Polka 24hr services this area they are based in Okahandja.+264(0)81 129 7490. Alternative tow-in numbers: +264 (0)62 500 132 / +264(0)62 504 250. (Oct-17).

 Travel Tip!

Contact local tour guide, Joao Murotua, on +264(0)81 276 6019 if you wish to visit a Himba village or do hiking trails. He has a vast knowledge on crocodiles, trees and birds found here. Some 240 bird species have been recorded in the Kunene region, including specials like the bare-cheeked babbler, rufous-tailed palm-thrush and scarlet chested sunbird.


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