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Etosha National Park - Wildlife and Nature Sanctuary, Animal Kingdom and Treasure of Namibia

Elephants, lions, leopards and giraffes! Exotic 3-day-tour to Etosha National Park - Namibia's wildlife kingdom and sanctuary of nature, considered to be one of the most loved nature parks of Africa. Superb photographic safari and close encounter with untouched nature. Unforgettable experience and true African adventure!

Safari tour package: A custom, tailor-made, private safari
Prices and Dates: $570 - $800
Includes internal flights: No
Length of safari: 3 days
Best months: April - November
Countries visited Namibia Namibia
Parks visited Etosha
Activity level Easy - Game drives, bush dinners
Safari type:
  • Big five
  • Romantic
  • Night drive
  • Birding
Tour's Highlights: African wildlife: sights and sounds Unique, photographic adventure Animal Kingdom and close encounter with wildlife Bird-watching Nature Sanctuary, one of the most loved nature parks of Africa Waterholes and view points around the park Night-time wildlife viewing at floodlit waterholes

3 Days

 

Day 1

 

We will pick you up at any hotel/lodge situated in Windhoek around 9am. Departure from Windhoek at 9:30am. Traveling 450 km north, to Etosha National Park „treasure of Namibia”. Lunch on route, in Outjo. Arrival at the park around 3pm.

 

In the afternoon game drive on the safari trails in search for wildlife: elephants, rhino, zebras, various game (oryx, kudu, wildebeest, impala, springbok, blesbok) giraffes, hyenas and big cats of Africa: lion, leopard and cheetah inhabiting the vast savannas. Return to the camp before sunset.

 

Accommodation: 2 nights at one of Etosha’s Camps.

Meals: lunch, dinner.

Distance: 450km on tarred road and 50km on gravel roads .

 

Day 2

 

Close encounter with wildlife! In the morning, after breakfast, tour of the western safari trails and regions. Lunch at one of the camps, and in the afternoon exploring eastern trails of Etosha. Return to the camp before the sunset and before closing of the gates, for dinner and an evening, nature spectacle at the waterhole. Live „theater of nature”…till late at night!

 

Be it a lion or an elephant, a giraffe or a zebra; almost all African animal species are represented in this huge nature reserve. Inhabiting a ginormous area of over 22,000 square kilometers, there is an estimated number of 250 lions in the park, 300 rhinos, 2 500 giraffes, 6 000 zebras and more than 2 000 elephants. Variety of antelope species: Oryx, Kudu, Eland, Wildebeast and Impala live in Etosha. The dainty springbok are especially numerous; at least 20 000 of them roam the reserve. Often, they can be observed in enormous herds of several hundred animals. In Etosha, 114 mammal species are found, several are rare and endangered e.g. black rhino (largest number in the world), cheetah and black-faced impala. Etosha’s elephants are the largest in Africa. The tallest, measuring up to 4m. Blue wildebeest, zebra, hyena, lions, leopard and giraffe and about 340 bird species, as well as various species of reptiles, rodents and snakes are also found in the area.

 

Etosha has about 30 springs and waterholes that provide excellent game viewing and fantastic, photographic vistas! Visitors should approach and depart from waterholes slowly, with as little noise as possible, as not to disturb the game. There are three most popular rest camps at the park: Okaukuejo, Halali and Namutoni, accommodating the visitors in the luxurious, thatch-roof bungalows, designed in an African style. Each camp features scenic waterhole, as well as a leisure area with restaurants, shops and a swimming pool for the guests.

 

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.

Distance: around 200km on gravel routes of Etosha.

 

Day 3

 

After breakfast, last visit to the waterhole and return to Windhoek. Arrival at the capital before lunch. We will drop you at the hotel/lodge of your choice or directly at the international airport.

 

Meals: breakfast.

Distance: around 450km on tarred road.

 

Minimum 2 persons for a safari.

 

Low Season 1st of November – 30th of June

High Season 1st of July – 31st October

Listed below are hotels/lodges/resorts that the safari tour operator can accomodate for you.

  • Etosha NWR lodge inside the park, either at Okakuejo, Halali or Namutoni camp, subject to availability. Double rooms or waterhole-view bungalows.
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