The Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism is rehabilitating parts of the road network in the Etosha National Park in an effort to attract tourists and tour operators that have been shunning the park because of its badly damaged roads. Nampa reports that Environment, Forestry and Tourism Minister Pohamba Shifeta during a site visit on Wednesday said about 190 kilometres of the Etosha road network will be rehabilitated, adding that of late most car rentals, tour operators and guides had cancelled their bookings to Namibia’s prime tourist destination due to the damaged roads which have seen the state losing millions in state revenue. An estimated 190 kilometres is expected to be upgraded by August 2022 at a cost of N$ 132 million. Etosha National Park is Namibia’s prime holiday destination with over 200 000 visitors per annum.