RMEXWKE8Kunene River in Namibia, boundary river with Angola
RMDDF1PRKunene River in Namibia is the boundary river with Angola
RMB3YJ82Namibia, Kaokoland, Epupa. The attractive Epupa Falls in rugged northwest Namibia are a series of parallel channels where the Kunene River drops 60 metres in a kilometre and a half. In this remote region, the river forms the boundary between Angola and Namibia. 'Epupa' in the local Herero language means 'Falling Waters'.
RMB3YJ7YNamibia, Kaokoland, Epupa. The attractive Epupa Falls in rugged northwest Namibia are a series of parallel channels where the Kunene River drops 60 metres in a kilometre and a half. In this remote region, the river forms the boundary between Angola and Namibia. 'Epupa' in the local Herero language means 'Falling Waters'.
RMDDF165Kunene River in Namibia is the boundary river with Angola
RMB3YJ86Namibia, Kaokoland, Epupa. The attractive Epupa Falls in rugged northwest Namibia are a series of parallel channels where the Kunene River drops 60 metres in a kilometre and a half. In this remote region, the river forms the boundary between Angola and Namibia. 'Epupa' in the local Herero language means 'Falling Waters'.
RMB3YJ7XNamibia, Kaokoland, Epupa. The attractive Epupa Falls in rugged northwest Namibia are a series of parallel channels where the Kunene River drops 60 metres in a kilometre and a half. In this remote region, the river forms the boundary between Angola and Namibia. 'Epupa' in the local Herero language means 'Falling Waters'.