Situated in the northeastern part of Namibia, on the boundary with Botswana, the Khaudom Game Reserve is rich in wildlife. It consists of 384,000 hectares of beautiful dry woodland savanna interspersed with sand dunes. The roads are basically sand tracks crossing the dunes and dry river beds. Accommodation facilities include two campsites, both with 4-bed huts: Sikereti in the South and Khaudom in the north. Visitors can enter the park throughout the year for a chance to get a glimpse of a variety of wildlife including the buffalo, elephant, lion, leopard, giraffe, red hartebeest, tsessebe, gemsbok, cheetah, wild dog, hyena, and roan and other antelopes. Visitors should move in groups of at least 2 4X4 vehicles and carry sufficient food, water and petrol with them.
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