The Etosha National Park in the Northern part of Namibia is one of the most spectacular wildlife areas in the world. The roughly 25,000 km2 that the park covers includes many interesting sights and sounds, as it’s here that you’ll find a population of the endangered Black Rhinoceros. One of the main features of the park is the Etosha Pan, after itch the park in named. The 120 km long pan is a bizarre addition to the Namibian landscape.
Following rains, the pan becomes a hive of activity, although the water is quite salty. The Pan experiences sizable flocks of Pelicans and Flamingos descend on it. The variety in landscape makes the park one of the better options when looking to safari on the African continent. Etosha offers many camps and lodges, and all of them have facilities to accommodate game viewing.
Etosha National Park is one of Africa’s true assets as every year thousands of visitors goes through the gate of this wilderness. Venues4Africa has a comprehensive database of accommodations in and around Etosha National park, and our agents are gladly waiting to help you find the perfect accommodation to suit your needs.