Dilolo is mythical, and the largest lake in the country and serves as a prominent tourist spot. Despite being situated outside the Cameia Park boundaries, the lake teems with wildlife including rare bird species and aquatic life. An impressive 12km in length and at roughly 1000m above sea level, the reason for the myths are the great waves heading to the east. In folklore, these waves are believed to hold a supernatural force to scare people from fishing in these waters. If you fancy a swim, September is the best month with pleasant temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius.