The Cuando River (sometimes transliterated Kwando) is a river in central Africa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cuando River"
The Cunene River (sometimes transliterated Kunene) is a river in Southwest Africa. It flows from the Angola highlands south to the border with Namibia. It then flows west along the border until it reaches the Atlantic Ocean. It is one of the few perennial rivers in the region. It is about 700 mi (1126 km) long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cunene River"
The Fish River (Visrivier in Afrikaans) is a river in Namibia. It is 650 km long, flowing from Hardap Dam near Mariental. The flow of the river is seasonal; in winter the river can dry up completely. Despite this, the river is the site of the spectacular Fish River Canyon, a canyon 160 km long, and at points as much as 550 m deep. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fish River"
The Kuiseb River in Namibia is bordered on one side by the tallest sand dunes in the world, and on the other by barren rock. The red sand dunes south of the river reach heights over 150 meters. The prevailing winds blow the dunes northward, but their movement is blocked by the river. In the process, so much sand and silt is deposited in the Kuiseb that it only reaches the sea while it is in flood. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kuiseb River"
The Okavango River is a river in southwest Africa. It is the fourth longest river system in southern Africa, running southeastward for 1,000 miles (1,600 km). It begins in Angola, where it is known as the Cubango River. Further south it forms part of the border between Angola and Namibia, and then flows into Botswana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Okavango River"
Ugab River is an ephemeral river that only flows above the surface of its sandy bed a few days each year, but its subterranean water is an important resource for species in the Damaraland region of northern Namibia, including the rare desert elephant. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ugab River"
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