Etosha National Park

Without a doubt, the main attraction of the country and, perhaps, a Top 5 of parks of the continent. Etosha, which in the local language means "Great white place" (due to his immense salar) covers an area of nearly 23000 kms with a length of this West of about 350 kms.

Initially formed in 1907 is one of the largest parks in Africa. The main attraction is its huge salar (Etosha Pan) which includes an extension of 4731 square km and a length of 110 km. Etosha is dominated by two strong ecosystems: forest of scrub and linen. Two-thirds of the Park are open to tourism. It has three camps inside: Okakuejo, Halali and Namutoni separated from one another by about 70 kms. Given its huge size is required to spend at least 3 nights here to see it well. Given its huge size is required to spend at least 3 nights here to see it well. It has 4 entrances and is perfect for the observation of the endangered Black Rhino is not difficult to observe near waterholes. The best time to visit is from October to February.