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Etosha National Park


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Etosha National Park.

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One of the greatest wildlife spectaculars on earth – herds of elephant, black-maned lions and the world’s largest population ofrnrare black rhinos – roam the plains of Etosha, a vast area that is home to 114 large and small animal species and 340 bird species. Savour the thrill of spotting animals hidden in the bush while driving along Etosha’s 763 kilometres of open roads.

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