Diving in Namibia is varied and challenging, requiring special technical skills. The coast is daunting, as sea temperatures vary from 9-C to 17-C and visibility is often as little as half a meter, at best no more than three meters.
Many lakes and sinkholes provide perfect conditions year around, yet still hold the imagination of divers at all skill levels.
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Etosha National Park is one of the many places in Namibia to house the endangered Black Rhino, which is actually more of a grayish-white color.