Great Okevi: Like Klein Okevi, situated due south, it is fed by a water-level fountain. Kudu, zebra, and elephants are regular visitors, cheetahs and leopards.
Homob: Situated close to the edge of the pan, it attracts many animals, including lions and elephants.
Kalkheuwel: This is considered the best water hole by many photographers. It lies in beautiful Mopani veld, and getting close to animals is possible. In the dry season, many animals come to the hole to drink. Gemsbok, giraffes and elephants are regular visitors. Leopards are present in the area. These include the bateleur eagle and the black (yellow-billed) kite.
Kapupuhedi: The white pan affords a good background for the photographer. The hole is sometimes dry.
Koinachas: Artesian fountain is a famous visit by the game in the area.
Klein Namutoni: This water hole is an artesian spring. Many animals visit this one, like the black-faced impala, zebra, elephant, leopard and giraffe. Hyena is a regular visitor, and the tiny Damara dik-dik antelope is within this drive.
Klein Okevi: At this interesting water level spring. It is the perfect afternoon waterhole. Ideal for sitting and waiting patiently on arrival at the reservoir.
King Nehale: This water hole lies adjacent to Namutoni rest camp and has a spotlight at night.
Leeubron: Formerly, this water hole attracted lions and large zebra herds. It is now mostly dry.
Moringa: This water hole lies adjacent to Halali Rest Camp and attracts a variety of animals, including elephants. It has floodlights for evening viewing.
Newbrownii: Named after the water acacia Acacia Newbrownii thickets surrounding it, it attracts high numbers of animals, particularly elephants. The water comes from a borehole.
Ngobib: A water level spring. It lies in a hollow and is not too visible. Leopard is around the hole, and the cheetah is along the circular road.
Nuamses: It is a small and impressive waterhole. It is best to visit in the afternoons. It is close to the pan.
Okaukuejo: Offers the tourist a unique experience in winter. It is next to Okaukuejo Rest Camp. This waterhole has a floodlight for evening viewing. Elephants, zebra, kudu and springbok are famous visitors. Lions often visit the water hole. At night black rhinos pay visits quite regularly.
Okondeka: A fountain that lies on the edge of the pan. The Plains game are regular visitors to these waterholes.
Okerfontein: The most robust contact spring is on the pan's edge. Cheetahs and lions are regular visitors to these waterholes.
Olifantsbad: Attractive Mopani veld situated between Gemsbokvlakte and Aus. Lion, large elephant herds, zebra, and various antelope such as springbok, black-faced impala, red hartebeest, kudu and gemsbok visit this water hole. The black rhino visits the waterhole.
Ombika: One of the better drinking places, visited by many animals, including lions.
Ozonjuitji m'Bari: It is far from Okaukuejo. Please allow enough time to return to the rest camp before sunset. Fortunately, one passes through Fairy-tale Forest on the way, which is worth a visit. Several animals come here to drink. It is the only place where one can find roan antelope.
Rietfontein: This is one of the best-known drinking places in the park. It has a large water surface area, at which springbok, lion, elephant, and nearly all species of animal in the park, including leopard, come to drink. It is essential for bird lovers as water birds and birds of prey abound here.
Salvadora and Sueda: These drinking places are on the edge of the pan and attract the same kind of animals as Charitsaub.
Springbokfontein: This watering place is formed by a contact spring on the edge of the pan. A variety of animals come here, and sometimes even white rhinos.
Tsumcor: Tsumcor favours "elephant photographers". A wide variety of animals visit this water hole.
Two Palms: A beautiful part of the park. It is on the edge of Fischer's Pan and next to two makalani palms, which give the place its name. Amazing Sunsets from Two Palms. Visit Etosha Park and plan your drives along the waterholes.