I'm planning a trip to Etosha next year. I can go at any time between January and July. I can also go at the end of November, but, from what I've heard, this is probably not a good time.
So I'm trying to decide when to go. I'd like to go in the summer. From my experience in Kruger NP I can anticipate the following advantages and disadvantages of going in the summer.
1. It's a wet season, more water, so the animals are more dispersed.
2. The tall grass makes animals more difficult to see.
3. Can get very hot.
1. It's a green season, so everything is lush and blooming.
2. Animals are with the youngs.
3. Fewer people.
But Etosha is not Kruger, so it could be different.
I would really appreciate any recommendations about when to go - in winter, summer or autumn. I know that winter is the best time to see the animals, but is summer and fall also a good time? If so - what month would be best?