Photographer’s Guide to Etosha National Park
Etosha National Park in Namibia is on my bucket list as a “must-see” wildlife destination. And because I live in neighboring South Africa, it’s more than likely that I’ll do some sort of self-drive safari.
In fact, a lot of visitors who fly into Namibia also choose the self-drive option by renting a 4×4 camper vehicle on arrival.
When I do get there, one of my essential reference guides will be “The Photographer’s Guide to Etosha National Park”.
It’s an eBook written by Mario & Jenny Fazekas who have, since 1995, spent nearly 600 days on self-drive safaris in many of Africa’s national parks, including Namibia’s Etosha National Park.
As the authors point out, an African safari is a very special experience and for many is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. So preparation is the key to avoiding costly mistakes that one will regret for life.
Using the detailed information, including maps, in the eBook, visitors to Etosha will know where to go and what to expect when arriving in a particular area. They’ll also know what photographic equipment to take, plus the best techniques to use for specific situations encountered in this start wilderness area.
Here’s a tiny sampling of what others are saying:
“These award winning photographers offer stunning photos throughout to assist you in planning according to which pan or waterhole best suits your personal interests.”
“If you intend visiting Etosha National Park this ebook is a must have item! It is a detailed guide that shares park secrets with photographers to help you take amazing safari pictures. ”
“The authors are real experts on advising how to get into the right position, at the right time to effectively capture your subject. Their collective passion for photographing Namibia’s diverse wildlife is a recurrent theme throughout the book. ”
Find out more about the The Photographers Guide to Etosha National Park
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