|Namibia Ministry of
Environment and Tourism: Etosha
This official Namibian site describes Etosha as a wildlife sanctuary, and highlights a
variety of areas within the national park and northern region of Namibia.
The official site of the Republic of Namibia, containing a welcome from their President,
Sam Nujoma, and information about the country's international relations, economy, and
An Introduction to Namibia
A general introduction to Namibia's geography, climate, and wildlife, including color
photos of some of the beautiful creatures that inhabit the country.
WWF Conservation Projects in Namibia
The World Wildlife Federation maintains this useful page,
which contains information about their project aimed to establish community-based wildlife
conservation systems within Namibia.
Wildlife Conservation in Namibia
Another World Wildlife Federation page, which explains the
theory behind the community-based wildlife conservation project in Namibia.
WWF: Rhinos in the Wild
Namibia is home to 95% of the black rhino sub-species; over
half of them live in Etosha. This page explains the steps the World Wildlife Federation is
taking to save this great beast from extinction.
Planet Wired - "The Atlantic
Hotwired presents one traveler's vivid account of a journey
through Namibia's changing environment, including sidetrips to the Etosha Pan, Cape Cross
Seal Colony, and Skeleton Coast shipwrecks.
GORP: Etosha National Park
Get a regional overview of this "place of mirages" at the Great Outdoor Recreation Page.
Horizon: Etosha Map
Check out a detailed map of Etosha National Park.