Etosha National Park
Often regarded as Namibia’s premier safari attraction, Etosha National Park sits on the country’s northern area and covers a vast 5000 km² of open, barren land. It is one of the largest national parks in the world and arguably one of the top parks in the entire continent. The focal point of this park is probably the large saline pan called Etosha pan where a lot of animals congregate. Wildlife in Etosha is exhilaratingly abundant with large populations of cheetahs, zebras, antelopes, the big 5, black rhinos and the tallest elephants in the world. During the rains, vegetations become lush and the pan becomes a watering hole attracting a lot of flamingoes and many other different bird species.