Tag : Namibia Wildlife Tour

A September afternoon at Nebrownii Waterhole, Etosha National Park, Namibia by Adam Riley

One of Africa‚Äôs great reserves is the incredible Etosha National Park in northern Namibia. This vast, arid wilderness of 22,750 square kilometers is centered around the seemingly endless Etosha Pan, a saline depression that irregularly fills with rainwater and at these times attracts millions of flamingoes and other waterbirds (as is the current situation.) Several natural and artificial waterholes scattered through the park quench the thirst of an incredibly varied and large population of grazers and predators. Earlier this month […]