Etosha National Park in northern Namibia is a home to some of Africa's wildest animals, a place of vast plains, of an immense utterly flat salt pan, of wonder, of enchantment. Join me in this photo journal of my June 2016 unforgettable adventure.

Dik-diks, Red hartebeests, Springbok, Kudu, Springbok herd, Black-faced impala, Oryx

The Etosha pan at Salvadora

Short video of elephant family parading to an Etosha waterhole

A day-old elephant baby is completely sheltered by its mother, in the company of hundreds of springbok, Etosha National Park
White rhinos
Black rhinos
Cheetah on early morning hunt, eastern Etosha National Park

Cheetah licks its chops after a breakfast of springbok

Fork-tailed drongo
Crowned lapwing, Red-eyed bulbul, European bee-eater, Kori bustard, Yellow-billed hornbill, Lilac-breasted roller
Secretary bird
Pied crow, African elephants, Black rhino, Pale chanting goshawk, Spotted hyena, Banded mongoose, Ground squirrel, Ostriches, Oryx silhouette
A giraffe at sunset, Okakeujo, Etosha

photography by Keith Carver

with Nature's Tapestry 2016 Namibia tour


Keith Carver Photography

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