It’s a “dream trip” for many: an African safari. And there are few places in the world which rival Etosha’s wildlife.
Declared a National Park in 1907, Etosha National Park is truly one of Nambia’s highlights. Originally the largest game reserve in the world, it’s now less than a quarter of the original size. Regardless, it’s still massive at nearly 8,600 square miles.
Home to the Big Five
Visitors won’t be disappointed by the variety of animals in the Namibian savannah conservation area. Etosha National Park is home to the Big Five: elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard. This is also a great place to see the world’s largest population of the endangered black rhino.