Namibia Etosha    (4 Days)

lineofZEBRA.grossman.376pixDeparting select dates in 2018.

Operates from April 1, 2019 through December 31, 2020



More than a century of continuous conservation has ensured that wildlife flourishes in Etosha National Park, much the same as it has over the past millennia. This unspoiled, well-loved park’s striking feature is an immense seasonal salt pan of more than 1,900 square miles set in almost 8,500 square miles of gracious African savannah and dry woodland. This is home to more than 110 species of mammals, reptiles galore, and almost 400 species of birds.  Etosha National Park offers one of Africa’s greatest and most accessible safari experiences.


  • The heart-stopping roaring of lions and eerie call and response of jackals in an authentic and beautiful African wilderness; as well as special sightings of desert-adapted antelopes such as gemsbok and the endemic black-faced impala
  • Big-game viewing of lion, leopard, hyena, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, black and white rhino, as well as the many smaller and fascinating species
  • Incredible concentrations of graceful plains animals congregating at the waterholes alongside Etosha Pan including zebra, wildebeest and springbok
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Dates & Pricing


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You depart from Windhoek and continue via the little town of Outjo. Lunch stop (on own account) and possibly meet fellow guests who are joining the Etosha tour.  Note: The departure from Windhoek might include an unescorted transfer (driver only) to Outjo where guests will meet up with the guide and the rest of the group.

We continue to Etosha National Park. Arrive in the early afternoon and undertake your first game drive, in your closed touring vehicle, into the park.

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The morning will be spent in the Etosha National Park, exploring the waterholes along this enormous saltpan in your closed touring vehicle. Return to the lodge for lunch (on own account). There will be another opportunity in the afternoon for a game drive (in the closed touring vehicle) in the Etosha National park. There are close to 114 species of mammal in Etosha, including the black faced impala and the threatened black and white rhino. The Etosha Pan (a flat caliche depression) contains water only after very good rains and sometimes only for a few days each year, but is enough to stimulate the growth of a blue green algae which lures thousands of flamingos.

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Enjoy another full day exploring this world famous National Park in your closed touring vehicle. Your guide will introduce you to the complex subject of managing such an enormous reserve that’s considered to be one of the world’s great wildlife sanctuaries. There will be an opportunity to buy a take away lunch at one of the rest camps inside the Etosha National Park (lunch for own account).

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After breakfast travel south towards Otjiwarongo. Continue towards Windhoek via Okahandja where we will visit a local handicraft market. Tour ends on arrival in Windhoek late afternoon.

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