Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

amazing self-driving Safari Game Drive - spotting endless animals around waterholes

Location: 

Etosha, Namibia

Duration: 

Friday, October 21, 2016

Personal highlights

  1. Etosha: amazing National Park for self-driving in the North of Namibiainfo-icon
  2. Geography: within one of the flattest and driest areas in Subsaharan Africainfo-icon
  3. Waterholes: epic drought forces animals to pilgrim towards manmade lakes
  4. Animals: one of the best parks to spot all kind of animals - around waterholes
  5. Driving: one of the easiest park for self-driving - until your car breaks down

Image sources

  1. Large Elephant family
  2. Gracious Giraffe
  3. More Car Problems
  4. Happily Grazing Zebra
  5. Lonely Rhino passing by

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