The next stop on our trip through Namibia will be Etosha National Park. An area of about 24000 square kilometers. Almost a quarter of this area is covered by a salt pan which is dry most of the year. Only part of the area is accessible for tourists. Usually you start your game drives from one of the camps of which there are three in the park. All three camps are near a water hole which is illuminated during the night providing a program better than cinema. One night we saw about 120 elephants at the water hole which was quite spectacular. The game drives during the day leads from one water hole to the next, usually hoping to see lions or leopards.

But see yourself....

Out of the light .