Etosha is an unbroken wilderness and it’s amazing how much you can see by moonlight. As your eyes adjust you pick out shapes. And as you get closer you make out a white rhino, a giraffe, an oryx herd, a hyena cackle, a dozen elephants.
Nighttime is when the predators emerge. With a roving spotlight your guide will search for them. Hopefully you will watch them prowl the plains. Maybe you will see a kill.
An Etosha nighttime game drive will provide a perspective that National Geographic can’t show you. It will show the African savannah as it truly is, raw, untouched, dominated by wildlife drama.