Believe it or not this track is marked on most maps of Namibia, if you follow it for about 2 days you’ll end up on a tar road. This is close to the top of the Marienfluss, at the top of the valley there is the Kunene river which forms a natural border with Angola to the north, you can’t go any further, there aren’t any roads along the river. The only way in and out of this valley is a couple of very bumpy steep tracks through the hills to the east, one is too steep to drive up, or you drive the length of the valley on this sandy track. If anyone is going to Namibia this is a must see, however I must insist that you don’t do it alone with one car!
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