Etosha, with its wealth of animals and plants alike, lies in the north of Namibia and covers an area of 22 270km² it is one of the largest game parks in Africa. The pans cover an area of some 5 140km²; the Etosha pan's size is 4 590km².
The word "Etosha" means huge, white area. There are five camps in the Park: Okaukuejo,Halali,Namutoni, Onkoshi and Dolomite Camp and outside the park you can find privates lodges.
During the drier months from June to November the water points exert a magnetic pull on the big game herds, and forms the centrepiece for visitors looking to see the nearly 150 mammal species to found in the park, including several rare and endangered species such as the Black Rhino, Black-faced Impala, Tssesebe and Gemsbok.