Hardap National Park

Hardap National Park                 
With the capacity of 323 million m3 and a surface area of 25km, Hardap is Namibia's largest dam.
The reserve is divided by the dam into a norther andwouthern section and the largest game concentration is found in the southern section. The game to be seen in this area are kudu, gemsbok, springbok, Hartmann's mountain zebra, red hartebeest and steenbok. The dam is home to one of Namibia's three largest colonies of white pelicans. Pnback pelicans, greater flamingos, white breasted and reed cormorants, darters, African spoonbills, osprey and African fish eagles are also found in this ares.