This is also the time when most of the visitors come to the park as the climate is mild and the wildlife concentrates itself at the waterholes.
Yet the surrounding areas overflow with springbok and zebra.
Many European migratory birds come south to enjoy the new life that has been washed into the vegetation.
Driving during the rainy season can get a lot trickier as roads can be flooded and having an equipped vehicle will make the journey a lot more enjoyable.
Before you decide to visit Etosha National Park, it is always a good idea to learn more about its many intricacies and what to expect.
Bushes along the road turn white as vehicles throw up dust and visitors who leave the park usually have a dusty aura around them!
Namibia is a very diverse country with an array of habitats and vegetation.
It is also one of the few countries where animals still roam freely mostly unrestricted by human influence.
The three main camps (Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni) offer various types of accommodation from camping to chalets overlooking floodlit waterholes.
Situated deeper in the park are the more exclusive camps (Dolomite and Onkoshi) that provide a safari experience for discerning travelers.
The areas with thicker vegetation are home to elephant (some of the largest in Africa due to the vitamins and nutrients found in the ground), the endangered black rhino and even leopard.