In the dry season, Etosha has very few water sources, only small lotus ponds or creeks. Many animals come here to drink water in groups. You will often see carnivores and herbivores drinking water side by side. This scene is really harmonious.More
Because we came in from the south gate of the park, the first camp we will stay in tonight is Okaukuejo, which is located in the south of the park. The water hole in this camp is the best. Judging from our experience in the past few days, this water hole There are the most animals, not only during the day and more at night, but there are also hard-to-find animals such as rhinos. Therefore, it is recommended that everyone stay in this camp for one night. We booked a double row house at the camp. The conditions are good, with hot water, air conditioning, and the room is relatively large. I personally feel that this room is enough. Although the single houses next to the puddle are better, the camp is actually not big. You can reach the puddle in a few steps. There are many chairs by the water hole for tourists to rest and admire the animals. We were lucky tonight. We saw rhinos right away, but we didn't come again after eating. According to friends, there were more animals late. In order to shoot the sunrise in the morning, get up early and see what animals come to drink water by the way. Unfortunately, the animals seem to be lazy and there is nothing to see at this time. The swimming pool is good. You can also swim in the camp by setting up your own tent, but the temperature at night is relatively low, so not many people swim. Dinner is usually a buffet, 230 nap per person, there are not many choices, not as good as the Red Desert hotel, but only this one, so there is no way to pay more.