At Kazungula the territories of four countries (Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Namibia) come close to meeting at a quadripoint. Some believe that the international boundaries contain two tripoints joined by a short line roughly 150 metres long forming a boundary between Zambia and Botswana. Thus, Botswana has only about 150 metres of river frontage on the Zambezi, being sandwiched on the south bank between the extreme tip of Namibia‘s Caprivi Strip and Zimbabwe. The Chobe River divides Namibia and Botswana, enters the Zambezi near Kazungula.
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