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Okavango Basin


The Okavango basin is an open-air painting of nature. This region of the province of Cuando Cubango is painted by green landscapes and meandering waters.

The aforementioned basin ends up covering a hydrologically active area of more than 323 thousand square kilometers, shared by three countries in Southern Africa (Angola, Namibia and Botswana).

It should be noted that the Okavango River ranks as the fourth longest river in Southern Africa.

On Angolan soil, it forms part of the Okavango basin, among other rivers, the Cuebe river, which stands out, among other things, for having several islands along its entire length, as well as blue waters at its source.

With tourism potential yet to be discovered, the Okavango basin is a place to get in touch with nature.

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