The most popular of Namibia's national parks is Etosha National Park, one of the world's finest wildlife viewing venues. Dominated by a massive mineral pan surrounded by wood and grassland, the saltpan attracts a huge diversity of animals and birds, making it an excellent place for game viewing against the extraordinarily photogenic backdrop of the white desert-like expanse. During the dry season the waterholes attract many different species, often at the same time, and floodlit waterholes at the rest camps allow superb night game viewing. Wildebeest, lion, giraffe, elephants, zebra, rhino, cheetah and leopard can all be seen. Etosha was planned and designed for visitors to drive themselves around, but like many other African game reserves, a range of game viewing drives and night safaris are available at each of the individual camp sites.