|View over the pan|
The eastern part of the park borders the huge (120 km long, 43,000 km2) Etosha pan. The pan is mostly dry but will apparently get a thin layer of water after heavy rain.
The best part of the campsite at Okaukuejo was that it was in the middle of the park.
Again,- we'll let the animal photos speak for themselves.
|Lilac breasted roller|
|Black-faced impala (rare/endangered)|
|Sociable weaver nest (up to 100+ pairs)|
|Hartnell's mountain zebra (threatened species)|