Etosha National Park
Etosha National Park has worldwide fame as the place of the “white elephants”, which gather at waterholes alongside herds of springbok, wildebeest, and oryx, ostrich, and a host of others. The critically endangered black rhino is often seen in Etosha as it is one of the last remaining strongholds for this species. Lion, leopard, hyena and cheetah are the dominant predators of the area, while birds of prey lurk and swoop down on smaller animals and birds drinking at the populated waterholes. This park is known to facilitate some of the best wildlife interactions in Southern Africa with excellent visibility due to the lack of bulky vegetation.Enquire Now
Equally well known is the Etosha salt pan, which extends for about 4800 square kilometres and can be seen from space! This enormous, 130km-long salt pan is equally as impressive from land itself as it consumes the entire horizon and appears almost lunar with a white, flat surface meeting the blue sky in a wide, straight line. This place has to be seen to be believed!