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Kapupuhedi

Kapupuhedi waterhole near Okaukuejo Restcamp during the dry season in Etosha National Park

Kapupuhedi can mean either ‘small earthworm mounds’ or ‘soft mud’.

About: The area around Kapupuhedi has good grazing which attracts animals from Nebrownii and Gemsbokvlakte during the dry season. Zebra in particular, travel for many kilometres to reach this grass. With the shimmering white pan in the background, Kapupuhedi is a favourite spot for photographers.

Water Source: Contact spring

Water Availability: Active only during and immediately after the rains. Dries out during winter.

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