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Twee Palms

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

“Twee Palms” is an Afrikaans name that means “Two Palms”. Twee Palms waterhole is named after the two makalani fan palms growing beside it.

About: This water hole is located right on the edge of Fischer’s Pan and is visited by animals even when the pan is full. It is a very scenic waterhole, particularly for sunset shots.

Water Source: Water table spring

Water Availability: Year-round


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