Von Bach Game Park is one of three parks which surround strategic dams, and was proclaimed in 1972. Von Bach dam is the third-largest dam in Namibia, which currently supplies the City of Windhoek with about half of its water for usage. Von Bach Game Park is popular for water- sport enthusiasts and anglers.
Park size: 43 km²
Natural features: Fringed by the Auas Mountains and belonging to the Swakop River drainage system.
Vegetation: Tree and Shrub Savannah Biome. Vegetation type: Thornbush Shrubland, Highland Shrubland. Yellow-bark acacia (Acacia erubescens), black-thorn (Acacia mellifera), sweet-thorn (Acacia karroo) and red bushwillow (Combretum apiculatum).
Wildlife: Hartmann's zebra, Red hartebeest, Oryx, Common Impala, Giraffe, Kudu and Warthog. The 187 bird species recorded include Violet Wood-Hoopoo, Black Stork, Orange River Francolin, Rüppell’s Parrot and Bradfield’s Swift.
Tourism: Water sports. Angling – permits necessary. Picnic sites. The overnight facilities available.
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