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Namibia has a total of about 120.000 square kilometers, almost 15% of the entire country, that falls under nature conservation - without to mention the many private nature and game reserves that private farmers have opened.

Etosha, Halali to Namutoni

In the centre of the Etosha National Park lies a vast saltpan surrounded by grass, thorn trees and savannah. You can also find bushland further west and dry forest in the north-east area.

Back in the past two million years ago, the area was apparently a huge lake, created by the local Kunene river.

However over time, the river changed its course, causing the lake to slowly dry up.

Halali, Etosha National Park, Namibia

The pan is usually almost always dry.

The southern part of the pan, where are located the tarred roads and the main camps have water-holes scattered throughout the whole area and gives the opportunity to see countless game, specifically in the dry season.


Grandiose landscapes, desert and lot of space