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Etosha National Park

As one of Africa’s top game reserves, Etosha National Park was proclaimed Namibia’s first conservation area in 1907. A vast, shallow lake dominates the Park’s eastern territory, while the rest of the park is covered with sparse shrubs, grasslands, and hilly woodlands.

During the dry season, tens of thousands of animals converge to drink at the waterholes, including elephant, giraffe, rhino, lion, cheetah, leopard, and much more. Seeing vast herds of game against this backdrop, referred to in the local vernacular as “the great white place of dry water,” makes the Etosha game-viewing experience truly unique for visitors on a Namibia safari vacation.