Elephant after bathing in mud, Etosha
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Etosha Highlights

Visit Namibia's premier game reserve, the Etosha National Park, home to over fifty species of game and over two hundred bird species.

Tour Details

Major Attractions on this Trip:


Etosha National Park is one of Namibia's main attractions. With the country firmly under German rule at the turn of the 20th century, the Governor of German South West Africa (as Namibia was then called), Dr. F von Lindequist proclaimed Etosha a national game reserve in 1907. At the time the reserve covered over 100 000 square km.

The park currently covers an area of 22 000 square kilometres, of which approximately 4 700 square km is covered by the magnificent Etosha Pan. The Etosha Pan is a flat depression created many years ago by constant geological change. The Park is named after this endless white Pan. The first native tribe at the Park referred to the shimmering mirages on the endless horizon of the park as Etosha.

This park boast over fifty species of game and over two hundreds bird species. There is a huge population of springboks in the park amongst others. The contrasting vegetation zones of the Etosha National Park make it one of the best game viewing parks in Africa and it is a prime photographic destination boasting some good birding opportunities.


3 Days | 2 Nights

Min: 2pax

Standard Tour


Starting from 971.88 Euro per person


Transport/fuel, accommodation (or tents/camping equipment), meals as per itinerary, national park entrance fee, tour guide for the entire tour, transfer to and from the airport, pick-up in Windhoek and guests' transfer to the lodge/hotel after the tour.


Scheduled flights (bus tickets) to and from Namibia, individually extended accommodation or additional transfers, sleeping bags on camping tours, compulsory insurance, water and drinks, alcoholic beverages, optional activities/attractions, snacks, gratuities and tips, trip extensions, personal shopping, visa to Namibia.


Day 1

Etosha National Park

Pick up will be arranged from your Hotel in Windhoek or at the Airport. From there we will begin our journey to the famous ETOSHA NATIONAL PARK. We will pass by several towns on our way including the small town of Outjo, where we will stop for our lunch. We will arrive at the popular resort of Okaukuejo through the Anderson gate during the late afternoon. If time permits, we will enjoy our first afternoon game drive in the park.
Etosha is one of the largest wildlife parks in Africa. Here you can experience thousands of animals in their natural environment. The park covers 22 000 square km and is home to some of Africa's big game, including rhino, elephant, lion and giraffe. For the next 2 days we will explore this magnificent wildlife kingdom. The vast expanse of the park makes it great for game viewing.
After dinner you are welcome to sit at the floodlit waterhole at the camp and watch the theatre of nature unfolding before your eyes as animals of all kinds come down to drink.

Meals: Dinner

Accommodation: Okaukuejo Resort /Halali Resort/Namutoni Resort

Elephant covers itself with dust at a waterhole Bat eared fox Lion kill

Day 2

Etosha National Park

Today we keep tracking more of the Savannah's big game as we pass by waterholes like Nebrowni, Aus, Okondeka, impressive Goas and dark water Nuamses. We will have opportunities to take some stunning panoramic pictures as we head down to the Etosha lookout point where you can enjoy a 360° view of the majestic Etosha pan which is about 70km wide and 130 km long and covers an area of approximately 4 755 square km. We will get a chance to see more plain animals by mid-noon as they prefer to drink when it is hot enough. In the evening after dinner you can watch the real theatre of nature at the floodlit camp waterhole as different animal come down to quench their thirst.

Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Accommodation: Okaukuejo Resort /Halali Resort/Namutoni Resort

Day 3


Today we have a late breakfast, and, if time permits, a short morning drive in the park. We exit before it gets too hot at around 11h00. From there we will head to the capital as we bid farewell to the animal kingdom of Africa. A lunch stop will be provided at one of the small towns en-route and, if time permits, a stop at Okahandja's open air craft museum where Namibian craft are on sale. We arrive at the airport in time for your flight or take you to your hotel in Windhoek.

Meals: Breakfast

Hyena, Etosha Meerkat Secretary Bird