Nambia Safari

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park is considered by many to be one of the finest game reserves in southern Africa. This enormous park is famous for its vast dazzling white salt pan, covering almost 20% of the park. The national park got its name from the Owambo word 'etosha' meaning 'huge white area' or 'place of dry water'. The nearby permanent waterholes attract a multitude of wildlife, particularly in the dry winter months, including black-faced impala, the roan antelope, red hartebeest,and the small Damara dik-dik, eland and greater kudu, together with large numbers of elephant, lion and black rhino. The birdlife of Etosha is also excellent, with over 300 species recorded. Ongava Private Game Reserve, bordering Etosha, has the big attraction of being able to offer rhino tracking on foot, an experience not permitted inside the park itself.

Burchell's Zebra