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Koinachas waterhole near Namutoni Restcamp during the dry season in Etosha National Park

Koinachas is a Hai||om name meaning “strong bulrushes”. It refers to the stand of rushes (Typha capensis) growing in the middle of the water.

About: Here, you can easily see that the water level is higher than ground level when compared with the nearby airstrip. The waterhole is quite popular with some game as there is no floodlight and few disturbances compared to nearby Namutoni waterhole.

Water Source: Artesian spring

Water Availability: Good, year round


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