Namibia is home to many desert-adapted elephant, and that’s because it’s a very dry environment, and you’ll always be guaranteed fantastic views of the elephant, especially if you paid a visit to Etosha National Park.
It’s the perfect environment for desert adapted elephant, but you’ll also get the opportunity to see giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, lion and cheetah – oh and perhaps the occasional Hyena. In recent years, there has been a great deal of interest in volunteering with elephant, in Namibia, and out of all of the African countries, there are more opportunities here than anywhere else, especially if you’ve always wanted to work with them and see them up close.
Male desert-adapted elephant, also known as African bush elephant, tend to live alone, while females and their young make up the herds. You’ll see plenty of desert elephant in Namibia, and it’s a location every elephant fanatic should visit.
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