Etosha Pan (Namibia)

The pan is a dusty depression of salt and clay.

Black-faced impala are one of the rarest animals in the region.

Leopard sightings are rare, but possible, even in daytime.

The camp ground at Namutoni is popular and busy.

Large herds of zebra congregates around the water holes.

One of the picnic sites along the many roads inside the park.

Entrance to Okaukeujo rest camp.

Elephants and rhinos are regular sightings at the floodlit waterhole at Okaukeujo.