Namibia's Etosha National Park
Etosha National Park is located in Namibia, Southern Africa. It is internationally renowned for its wonderful wildlife. It’s also well-known that for the biggest wild animal population in Africa, Namibia is home to many beautiful animals.
When Etosha National Park first proclamation as Namibia first national park way back in 1907, it was only the wildebeest that capture international explorers. It was not until the early Twentieth century that a great attraction like that of the Etosha lions came along. Etosha National Park contains a population of around 200 African lions. Etosha National Park is considering the lion’s” stronghold” in Africa as it is believed to have the most supply and lioness shelter in all of Africa. There are only a few areas where lions can be found in Etosha National Park In Namibia, mainly because the lions that inhabit this park come out of season and do not survive the harsh winter temperatures.
The summer seasons in Etosha National Park are warm and pleasant with temperatures reaching up to 50 degrees Celsius. During these months, the grass grows well and the wildebeest gather near the water’s edge to feed on the insects and browse for food. The lion also feeds near the water in the spring and summer. Etosha National Park is well noted for its blue wildebeest. Blue wildebeest migrate annually from southern plains of Namibia to the cooler weather of the Serengeti plains in Tanzania.
Etosha National Park has many waterholes where different mammals can find a place to drink and cool down. These waterholes are so important that even lions hunt from the waterholes for their prey and safety. Etosha National Park offers a variety of options for water activities such as swimming, snorkeling, boating, rafting, and camping. You can also enjoy the sights and sounds of the Etosha National Park by taking part in guided tours. There are numerous companies that offer tours to Etosha National Park in Namibia.
Namibia’s largest game reserve, Namibia’s Park Hub, is only an hour’s drive from the Etosha National Park. This luxurious hotel overlooks the Wadi Rum River and is surrounded by an area of lush vegetation, including Riverside brush lands and game reserve canopy. Guests staying at this luxury hotel can look forward to a relaxing and luxurious stay, with its luxurious swimming pool, Jacuzzi bath and garden, with comfortable guest beds. The golf course, tennis court and beautiful beaches are within easy reach of the hotel. Guests can take a tour of the park from the hotel’s guest house.
The Etosha National Park in Namibia is considered to be one of the most biodiverse destinations in Africa, because of the availability of various animal life. This park is also referred to as being the home of the mountain antelope, which is listed as an endangered species. The beautiful gazebo-style houses dotting the landscape of the park were built in coordination with local builders who were familiar with the local landscape and terrain. The clean, clear, and floodlit waterholes provide the animals with shelter and water, and the camp residents a comfortable place to rest. Etosha National Park in Namibia is considered to be one of the best destinations in the world for wildlife and nature tourism, offering a range of interesting attractions for visitors to choose from.