The Kavango Region and its people rely on the Okavango River and its broad flood plains, which make the area considerably greener than the rest of Namibia. The biggest attractions are easily the game parks, such as the Khaudum Game Park. Covering 384,000 hectares, and home to animals such as antelope, elephants, zebras, lions, leopard and much more, the park can only be explored in 4x4 vehicles. Rundu, the main town, is the gateway to Caprivi and home to many skilled woodcarvers whose crafts are available at many markets and cooperatives. Popa Falls is also worth a visit. More rapids than a waterfall, it spans the width of the river before it forms the Okavango Delta.
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