Etosha Explorer - Namibia

Everthing about Etosha can be described with just one word - Magnificent! The wide arrray of animals, the abundance of birds, the wide expanses of the Pan and the scenic beauty cannot all be enjoyed in the short holiday, but take back the best of Etosha in the form of memories.
Duration: 7 Days
One of the most exquisite African wildlife adventures and an enriching experience with amazing activities like photography, bird-watching, game drives and observing game at waterholes. A close encounter with some of the most feared predators and lots more at "Africa's hidden jewel", Etosha National Park.

2 Nights in Etosha National Park, Namibia

Etosha means ‘great white place’, referring to the salt Pan. It is believed that the Etosha Pan was formed over a million years ago, it is 130 Kms long & 50 Kms wide and can be viewed from space. Sufficient rains annually create a lagoon in the pan and is flocked by the flamingos.
Day 1

Begin your day early from the hotel, as we pick you up from Windhoek and travel to the Etosha National Park. Stop for lunch at the quaint mining town-Tsumeb. Reach Von Lindquist Gate (eastern Etosha) in the evening and breathe-in the fragrance featuring Savannah. Wash away the fatigue with a game drive in search of the magnificent creatures of Etosha. Return to the resort before sunsets and gate closes.

Day 2

After an early breakfast, explore the Northern and Eastern trails, as far as King Nehale Gate located in north-eastern Etosha. Be back in time for lunch and siesta, followed by a visit to Okerfontein and Batia waterholes to observe the fauna. After a delicious dinner return to observe the wildlife at other waterholes. 

Accommodation at Namibia Wildlife Resorts Onkoshi Resort or Namutoni Resort

2 Nights in Etosha National Park, Namibia

The best part about game viewing in Etosha is how easy it actualy is. Drive down and park at any of the waterholes and you are sure to sight an eyefull. Depending on the season, the wildlife may differ, but there is ample game nevertheless.
Day 3 

After breakfast, visit the waterhole and travel further to the Halali Camp. On the way visit other waterholes to sight more animals as they bask in the sun. Arrive at the camp for lunch and some rest, before heading to Elandand & Rhino drives and to the picturesque Rietfontein waterhole. Be back in the camp before sunset for dinner and more game viewing at the Moringa waterhole 

Day 4

Day begins with breakfast and exploration of Etosha between Batia and Sueda waterholes. This includes 'Etosha‚ Lookout Point’. Lunch is served in the camp, rest awhile and explore other waterholes to your heart's content before and after dinner.

Accommodation at Halali Resort

2 Nights in Etosha National Park, Namibia

Namibia is home to the largest population of free-roaming Cheetahs in the world. And Etosha National Park is the best place to sight them. Every moment at the park is a 'National Geography' moment.
Day 5

Greet the morning with breakfast and a last visit to the Moringa waterhole. Make your way to the Okakuejo camp, renowned for its spectacular waterhole and exquisite wildlife sightings. Explore the waterholes and areas around the Etosha Pan and view more game before returning to the camp for lunch and rest. After dinner watch the animals again at the flood-lit waterhole near the camp.

Day 6

Explore Okondeka and Adamax after breakfast, and also the natural spring-Okondeka. This spring is one of the best places to sight the lion and many other species. With a picnic lunch, you have an entire day to take-in your fill of wildlife. Return to camp before sunset and gate closing, for dinner and game viewing at the flood-lit waterhole.

Day 7

Bid adieu to Etosha after breakfast and a last visit to the waterhole. Depart to Windhoek, with a short visit to scenic Ombika waterhole. 


Accommodation at Okaukuejo Resort or Dolomite Resort

Etosha Explorer - Namibia Information

Best travel time: January to December

Cost

Jan - Mar Apr - Jun Jul - Sep Oct - Dec
2000.00 USD 2000.00 USD 2000.00 USD 2000.00 USD

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