Jun 022009
Chobe River

Angola – Zambia – Namibia – Botswana
The Chobe River rises in the central Angolan plateau on the slopes of Mount Tembo. There, it is called the Kwando (a Hambukushu name), and travels enormous distances through Kalahari sands before reaching Botswana; here it becomes the Linyanti (a Subiya name) until it reaches Ngoma where it becomes [Curious? Find out more…]

Okavango River & Delta

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Apr 162009
Okavango River & Delta

Angola – Namibia – Botswana
The Okavango River is the fourth-longest river system in southern Africa, running southeastward for 1,600 km (1,000 miles). It begins in Angola, where it is known as the Cubango River. Further south it forms part of the border between Angola and Namibia, and then flows into Botswana, draining into the Moremi [Curious? Find out more…]

Kunene River / Rio Cunene

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Apr 082009
Kunene River / Rio Cunene

Angola – Namibia
The Cunene valley, the natural boundary between Angola and Namibia, is an extension of the south-central Africa Okavango-Chobe-Zambezi biome of rivers, swamps, riverine forest and woodlands.
The name Kunene was given to this river by the Herero people. Kunene in their language means “right-hand-side” and the name refers to the country north of the [Curious? Find out more…]

Zambezi River

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Apr 032009
Zambezi River

Zambia – Angola – Namibia – Botswana – Zimbabwe – Mozambique
The legendary Zambezi River is in itself a spectacle and is the namesake of this pristine wilderness. Along its 2 700 km course, the Zambezi fertilizes the Barotse Floodplains and plunges over the Ngonye Falls. Here, the mighty Zambezi River reaches a 1 500m wide [Curious? Find out more…]