Desert-adapted elephants are not a distinct species of elephant but are African bush elephants (Loxodonta africana) that have made their homes in Namibia’s desert in Africa. It was believed at one time that they were a subspecies of the African bush elephant, but this is no longer thought to be the case. They tend to migrate from one waterhole to another following, traditional routes which depend on the seasonal availability of food and water.
Namibia’s climate is generally dry so you can visit anytime through the year, but some months are better for viewing wildlife than others.
Game viewing is best in the dry or high season when the animals gather at the waterholes and visibility is better. However, if you are wanting spectacular vibrant scenery and bird watching then the wet or low season is the best time to go.