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Ghost Falls - since the hydro-electric Power Station (supplying 50% of Nambibia's power I read) was built, so water no longer flows over the Falls. Worth seeing, to witness man's manipulation of nature . . . .
A majestic sight with the falls in full flood .Well worth visiting for the intrepid traveler .Its remote and far from the rat race and brings back bitter sweet memories of time spent there in the bush war .
The drive from Kamanjab on C35 was long and not the most varied in Namibia but it was worth it! We were lucky as the Kunene river was flowing and the floods had just receded. The falls were fast and furious!
The falls was dry with only one small stream of water but still a must see. The people at the border post was friendly with a lot of information concerning the falls. My next visit will surely be in the wet season.
Heard about the heavy rainfall in the catchment area of the Kunene River in Angola and that they had to open up the gates of the Calueque Dam, but still unsure wether we should travel there for a daytrip from Grootfontein, as on two previous...More
The Falls now vary due to control of the water flow by the upstream dam. when running full they are a decent sight but nothing to make a long journey to visit. If in the area and time permits then worth a look.