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09 Day Etosha Extravaganza Self–Drive

This is a perfect self–drive for wildlife enthusiasts concentrating on Namibia’s premier game reserve – Etosha National Park. With 6nights in the park you will have endless opportunities for game viewing and the park is considered as one of the best game reserves in Southern Africa! You’ll also stay at Erindi Private Game Reserve, one of the largest private reserves in a pristine wilderness with a final night at Okonjima for the AfriCat Foundation conservation programme. Camping and accommodation options and can be tailored to suit your requirements.

Safari Highlights

Erindi Private Game Reserve; Etosha National Park for game viewing; Okonjima for AfriCat Foundation and conservation programme

Safari Accommodation Options

Type Self Drive Safari;
Length 09 days
Countries Namibia
Accommodation Camping or Accommodated Option
Departures On Request Departures
Group size No min or maximum group size. Itinerary priced on 2 or 4 people.
Single Supplement Yes
Minimum Age No age restrictions
Please Note Subject to availability of vehicle and accommodation
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Camping Option
Day 1 Camp Elephant Erindi Private Game Reserve
Day 2&3 Namutoni Campsite or Onguma Campsite Etosha National Park
Day 4&5 Halali Campsite Etosha National Park
Day 6&7 Okaukuejo Campsite Etosha National Park
Day 8 Okonjima Campsite for AfriCat
Day 9 Return to Windhoek
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Accommodated Option
Day 1 Old Traders Lodge Erindi Private Game Reserve
Day 2&3 Hobatere Lodge & private reserve Etosha National Park
Day 4&5 Okaukuejo Rest Camp Etosha National Park
Day 6&7 Halali Rest Camp Etosha National Park
Day 8 Okonjima for AfriCat Foundation
Day 9 Return to Windhoek
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Price Per Person (based on twin share)
Low season
High season
Camping N$13,635 N$17,735
Please Note: Based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 DoubleCab with camping equipment & 1 roof tent
Accommodated N$25,925 N$28,845
Please Note: Based on 2 people sharing with a 4x4 Nissan Xtrail auto or similar
Single Supplement Yes
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Day 1 Erindi Private Game Reserve, Central Namibia

This morning, collect your rental vehicle and drive north to Erindi, a private reserve full of enticing game such as elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah and even endangered wild dog. Erindi, meaning ’Place of Water’ is a sustainable and pristine wonderland with multiple conservation projects. This afternoon you can enjoy an optional game drive, heading off into the veldt in search of some of the species of game and birds before returning to the lodge around sunset. Alternatively, sit by the swimming pool or your room overlooking a floodlit waterhole and watch the game come to quench their thirst.

Day 2–3 West Etosha

Drive north to the west aspect of Etosha National Park, sit and relax at the waterhole, in the hide or head out on optional game drives in open vehicles. Exciting night drives also available offering the chance to see species not spotted during the day. A popular destination where you’ll spend 2 nights

Day 4–5 Central Etosha National Park

Game drive to the centre of the park and Okaukuejo – the main rest camp of Etosha where this amazing floodlit waterhole attracts game such as herds of elephants, prides of lion, black rhino, and plenty of plains game.  During the dry, winter months the waterhole at Okaukuejo provides rewarding sightings during the evening and as such is highly recommended 

Day 6–7 Etosha National Park

Game to the east of the park – it’s worth visiting Etosha Pan known as the ’Great White Place’, where during dry season you can stand on the pan and enjoy the endless vistas and spiralling dust devils. Flamingos flock here in their hundreds of thousands during the rainy season to breed, along with pelicans and plovers and is recognised under the RAMSAR convention as an ephemeral wetland of international importance making it a great birding spot for avid birders

Day 8 Okonjima Nature Reserve

A final night is spent at Okonjima, home of the AfriCat Foundation and a chance to see big cats in close proximity as well as a chance to find out about conservation and environmental education of large predators in Namibia. The country is home to over 20% of the world’s population of cheetah – that’s more than anywhere else. Generally regarded as one of the top destinations in the country

Day 9 Departure

Return to Windhoek to drop off your vehicle and take your onward connection. Note that itineraries and routes vary a little according to level of comfort but all offer 6 nights in/around Etosha – please check the itinerary for details as can be reverse.

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