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Namibia is one of the best game countries in Africa. Early in the 1900s, people started to take the protection of wildlife seriously and game reserves, like the 20.000 square kilometers of the Etosha National Park, were established.

Etosha, Okukeujo to Halali

If you visit Namibia, you can not afford not to go to the Etosha National Park. The Etosha National Park was already declared a game reserve by the German colonial administration in 1907. It covers an area of more than 22.000 square kilometers.

The typical African savannah animals like wildebees, elephant, giraffe, rhino, zebra, numerous species of antelope and also predators like lion, leopard, hyena, cheetah, and wilddog can be found in the Etosha Pan.

From West to East, they are three main rest camps: Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni, where accommodation as well as stores and swimming pools are available.

Okukeujo, Etosha National Park, Namibia

The Etosha National Park has very well-maintained untarred roads (mostly gravels), where you can find fairly easily waterholes, with dozens of animals drinking.

I never saw anywhere else in Southern Africa more animals at the same time than at the waterholes in Etosha - basically dozens or hundreds of them, of all species.


Grandiose landscapes, desert and lot of space