In the north of Namibia, we stayed three nights in Etosha National Park, the country’s most important protected area. The park lies on the north-western edge of the Kalahari Basin and includes the Etosha Salt Pan.
Except for crocodiles, hippos and buffaloes, all the large animal species of southern Africa can be found here. They congregate at the waterholes, especially in the dry season. Afterwards, we drove further east towards Botswana via Rundu on the Kavango and made several stops.