Tsumcor waterhole

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One of Etosha national park's man made waterholes — a large trough in the ground.

What to do thereGame drives and game viewing — including some of the park's rare animals.

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

Location of Tsumcor waterhole It is amidst the shrublands of Etosha national park's eastern end, a short drive off the road from Namutoni camp to King Nehale gate.

It is also near the Etosha Salt Pan, about 3 km south of the turning point that goes to its shores.

How to get thereBy road, as there aren't any airstrips nearby.

The nearest entry point is at Von Lindequist gate, taking on gravel roads to get here.

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