Etosha National Park, Namibia
The sun slips above the distance horizon where the Etosha Pans expands kilometers into the flat remoteness. The multitude of fauna colour from the morning light enhances the landscape texture and it’s teaming with wildlife.
The Etosha Pans stretches over 20,000km and although looks barren, it is home to 114 mammal species and 340 bird species. You usually see not just a few Zebra’s but a few hundred at a time along with Springboks and Vultures when there’s a meal to be had.
I had three days to explore this vast National Park and I was lucky enough to witness wildlife at it’s fullest. A large male lion was feeling lazy after a night’s feed, Jackal’s and Vultures fighting over a Zebra corpse, the very rare Black Rhino makes an appearance at a Waterhole, a group of Elephants brush pass my vehicle, my first Cheetah with her young and a Honey Badger trying to steal food from tent during the night.
An experience that will long live in the memory.
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