Khan River

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The river Khan is an ephemeral river crossing the Erongo region of central Namibia. It is the main tributary of the Swakop River[1] and only occasionally carries surface water during the rain seasons in November and February/March.

The Khan has its origin near the settlement of Otjisemba, north-west of Okahandja. From there the river course passes westwards to the town of Usakos, and further in a south-western direction through the Namib desert, it has its confluence with the Swakop River 40 km east of Swakopmund.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ELECTIONS 2010: Erongo regional profile". New Era. 16 November 2010. Archived from the original on 6 September 2012.

Coordinates: 22°42′S 14°54′E / 22.700°S 14.900°E / -22.700; 14.900