Next day we arrived at the huge gate leading to one of the most wonderful national parks of Africa - Etosha National Park. We stayed at Okakuejo camp, which became our home for three days of photographic safari. There is a big waterhole next to the camp. It is illuminated during the night and it is easy to spot animals coming to quench their thirst. During our stay here we could easily see big herds of elephants and black rhinos. Apparently lions sometimes hunt here. The main attractions of the park are the representatives of wild African fauna, and its unique landscape. Apart from elephants and rhinos we managed to spot giraffes, lions, zebras, jackals, ostriches and many kinds of antelopes. Etosha has quite scarce vegetation, vast open areas and a lot of waterholes and therefore it is easy to watch animals, which makes safari very exiting. The name of the park derives from the vast flat depression, 5000 square meters big Etosha Pan, that means "huge white place of dry water". During the wet season, the depression is filled with water, attracting millions of flamingos that turn the pan into an endless white-pink carpet. The last night in Etosha we spent in the park at Namutoni camp that uses an old German fort built in 1903. Believe me, Etosha is truly unforgettable experience, especially for photographers.