A short self–drive visiting Etosha National Park, one of the largest wildlife destinations in the world. Enjoy rewarding game viewing and spot elephants, predators such as lion, leopard and hyena, and watch out for endangered black rhino. Camping, acccommodation and luxury accommodation options available
Etosha National Park – game drives and game viewing in premier park – Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni; Etosha Pan
Luxury optlon: additional activiites in private game reserves and high–quality accommodation and service
|Type||Self Drive Safari;|
|Accommodation||Camping, Accommodated or Luxury Accommodation Options|
|Departures||On Request Departures|
|Group size||No min or maximum group size. Itinerary priced on 2 or 4 people.|
|Minimum Age||No age restrictions|
|Please Note||Subject to availability of
|Day 1 Okaukuejo campsite
Day 2 Halali campsite
Day 3 Namutoni campsite
Day 4 Return to Windhoek
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|Day 1 Okaukuejo Resort
Day 2 Halali Resort
Day 3 Namutoni Resort
Day 4 Return to Windhoek/end
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|Day 1 Ongava Lodge Ongava Private Reserve
Day 2&3 Onguma Private Reserve
Day 4 Return to Windhoek
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|Price Per Person (based on twin share)|
|Please Note: Price per person, Based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Double Cab with camping equipment & 1 roof tent.|
|Please Note: Price per person, based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Nissan Xtrail auto or similar|
Please Note: Price per person, based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Ford Everest or similar auto.
A more cost–effective option can be given with accommoation inside Etosha at NWR Resorts in the upgraded rooms.
Collect your vehicle and depart for Etosha National Park, Namibia’s premier wildlife haven and where you’ll spot many species of game together as they congregate around waterholes to quench their thirst.
Your days can be spent enjoying game drives in the park where different herbivores have adapted to Namibia’s harsh climate – watch out for oryx, springbok, wildebeest, zebra, giraffe and predators such as lion, leopard and hyena. It’s also home to endangered species such as cheetah and rhino. Sit at waterholes, an authentic way to watch the comings and goings of the animals as they come to drink, or as they criss–cross the pan for better grazing. Etosha Pan itself is huge, an ancient shallow lake that dried leaving nothing but salt pans, so large that they can be seen from space. Shimmering mirages, dancing dust–devils and fresh–waterholes located by the side of the pan, along with great wildlife make Etosha truly unique.
If time permits, perhaps enjoy one final game drive to tick off any final wildlife sightings before returning to Windhoek – no flights prior to late–afternoonedit me