Nebrownii waterhole

Nebrownii waterhole of Etosha National Park, animals near it during a dust storm<sup>1</sup>

Nebrownii waterhole of Etosha National Park, animals near it during a dust storm1
One of Etosha national park's man made waterholes, named after the water acacia growing some distance from it.

It's fed by a borehole flowing into a concrete basin, and an overflow into a nearby muddy basin.

Apart from a few shrubs, the land around it is a grassland, though only after good rainfall — allowing visitors to see animals coming from miles away.

What to do thereGame drives and game viewing — a pair of binoculars may come in handy.

Best time to visitDuring winter and spring, when water is scarce in the park and more animals come to drink from it.

Location of Nebrownii waterhole It sits on the southwestern periphery of the Etosha Salt Pan, near one of its inlets.

It also is on the southern end of Etosha national park — along the road that goes east from Okaukuejo to Halali and Namutoni camp.

How to get thereBy road, about an 8 km drive east of Okaukuejo camp via a gravel road.

References1. By Yathin S Krishnappa - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24541220

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