Tsau Khaeb National Park – Namibia

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Africa Business (Only African Businesses) Category: TOURISM, NATURE and WILDLIFEAfrica Business (Only African Businesses) Tags: Namibia, Nature, Sperrgebiet National Park (SNP), Tourism, Tsau Khaeb National Park and Wildlife

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    From giant rock arches, meteor craters, fossil and archaeological sites to Africa’s most important shipwreck discovery and some of the most pristine and wild landscapes on the planet, the newly proclaimed Sperrgebiet National Park (SNP) is a jewel in Namibia’s protected area network.Closed to the public following the discovery of a diamond atKolmanskop near Lüderitz by the railway worker, Zacharias Lewala, in 1908, large parts of the Sperrgebiet were left undisturbed for nearly a century. Although this was done to protect the mineral wealth of the area, it also contributed to safeguarding the Succulent Karoo ecosystem, which has the highest diversity of succulent flora globally.

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