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Etosha National Park and Etosha Pan is one of Namibia's biggest attractions and draw thousands of local and foreign visitors each year. Etosha National park is accessible from either Outjo or Tsumeb. It has three popular rest camps. Drive west, and you'll find the famous waterhole of Okaukuejo rest camp. In the centre of the park lies the Halali rest camp and to the east lies the well-known restored fort of Namutoni rest camp. During a good rainy season, water gathers foot-high in the Etosha Pan, only to evaporate in the dry season, leaving brackish sediments and cracked mud behind. Annually, Etosha draws tens of thousands of visitors. It is favored by both Namibians as well as tourists due to its rich wildlife as well as its interesting history. Animals You'll experience 24-hour theatrical performances by lion, elephant, rhino, a variety of buck, giraffe and other animal species. Only a few oryx and ostriches dare to venture into the end... read more  Read More


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