Black-faced impala with herd of elephants

by Kevin
(Cape Town)


We were sitting at Goas waterhole and were watching an impala coming to drink. A herd of elephants started coming out the bush to the south so the imapala changed his course - then another herd appeared from the east - the imapala had to change course again and then a third herd appeared from the west literally surrounding the impala!

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Goas is great!
by: Keith

We love Goas waterhole - it must be one of the top-three waterholes in Etosha! We have seen lion, leopard and black rhino there. We were in Etosha last year - September 2009 - and were most disappointed to see that all the roads around Goas were closed due to road repairs. We will be back!

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