Sticking with state tourism facilities, the Ministry says there are many misconceptions and widespread perceptions that the Etosha National Park is in disarray, with roads and other facilities apparently in a poor condition. Spokesperson, Romeo Muyunda says the Ministry and stakeholders, have been working on the park’s roads, with a total of 195km being completed thus far.
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