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Travel Namibia 27 morning. Sadly, not great for photos. ¦ 11 RIETFONTEIN A large pool that attracts gemsbok, zebra, kudu, and hartebeest. ¦ 12 SALVADORA Large herds of zebra and the occasional cheetah. 2 7 4 85 11 TSUMCOR has a fl oating reed island. Imelda Bezaidenhout of Mushara says, " Tsumcor offers pure excitement any time of the day. It is visited by all kinds of game, and the location allows photographers to take photos from any angle." KALKHEUWEL is a photogenic hole with pretty mopane trees that attract elephants. A favourite with award winning wildlife photographers Steve and Ann Toon HALALI REST CAMP WATERHOLE NAMIBIA WILDLIFE RESORTS WANT TO FIND OUT MORE: Namibia Reservations website www. etosha- namibia. com/ etosha_ waterholes_ sights. html or Chris McIntyre's Bradt Guide to Namibia ANDONI is up on a plain in the far north east of the park. Martin Nghitongo from Namibia Wildlife Resorts, has been a guide in Etosha for ten years. He says it is very open and popular with lions in the morning and in the late afternoon. It is also a breeding area for blue crane. CHUDOP often attracts large concentrations of game. Eland particularly like it in the morning and late afternoon. It is an artisian spring, fed by a fountain of underground water. Chris McIntyre of Expert Africa says, " I've spent many hours here. Don't miss it." BRUCE HATTON, WWW. NAMIBIA- MAPS. COM

Essential Namibia 28 Travel Namibia " Are there lions around?" It's not the first thing you expect to be asked when stopping to help with a breakdown in the desert. But then warnings to beware of elephants are not your typical traffic signs either. Welcome to the Kunene, a harsh but captivating land in Namibia's remote northwest. Here, incredibly, some of the world's most iconic wildlife has evolved to survive in the desert. Steve and Ann Toon went in search of them. The A Kunene elephant basks in the last sun of the day. Desert- adapted elephants are found in only one other place in the world - Mali ALL IMAGES STEVE AND ANN TOON