This three day Etosha Camping Safari has been designed to give you a quick wildlife snapshot of Namibia’s premier big game location; Etosha National Park. This park covers more than 20000 sq km and is one of the world's great wildlife-viewing venues, it plays host to a variety of animals – lions, elephants, springboks and gemsboks, to name a few.
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Included in Price
2 nights accommodation
- All transport whilst on the trip
- Three meals a day (unless differently specified)
- Tea & coffee in camp
- All camping equipment
- Park entrance fees
- Camping OR accommodation fees
- Professional guide
- Camp Assistant (unless differently specified)
- Pick up & drop off from your accommodation in Windhoek
Travelling north, you pass through some of the country’s best established commercial farmland and stop at quaint towns along the way, arriving at Anderson Gate by mid-afternoon. After entering Etosha we game drive our way through to Okaukuejo, where we will check in and set up camp. After your evening meal there are still more chances to see Etosha’s big game at a floodlit waterhole, situated on the boundary of our camp and easily reachable within a minute or two on foot.
A full day’s worth of game driving awaits and we leave early to enjoy the cool morning air, making our way to Halali camp, situated in the middle of the park. Along the way we visit several waterholes and are afforded splendid views of the massive Etosha Pan. The pan covers about 25 percent of the park. The game viewing is excellent throughout the year and we have the chance to spot a few new species that are not normally seen on the Okaukuejo side of the park.
Be prepared for the long, scenic transit back to Windhoek. We pass through towns and rural areas, stopping in the small town of Okahandja, the home of Namibia’s largest wood carving market. The stalls operate on a local co-operative basis and offer a vast array of truly Namibian souvenirs.
We are due back in Windhoek late afternoon/ early evening and you will be dropped off at your accommodation on our return.
Today you will depart from Windhoek to Okonjima. It will be around a 4-hour drive.
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A visit to the Etosha National Park in Namibia will not be complete without staying at Okaukuejo Camp.
Dating from 1957, this safari camp has been renovated and modernised without losing any of its game-viewing appeal. Okaukuejo is the administrative headquarters of the park and also houses the Etosha Ecological Institute, tasked with conserving the variety of fauna and flora in this part of Namibia.
Guests are accommodated in 104 chalets or one of the 26 campsites. Scattered throughout the camp, there is a chalet for each individuals preference.
The 5 Premier Waterhole Chalets overlook the floodlit waterhole and offer luxury ful-board accommodation, whereas other chalet types are bed and breakfast basis. The chalets are double-storied, with 2 en-suite bedrooms, balconies, lounge and private patio, a fridge, and tea and coffee facilities.
The central part of the camp houses the restaurant, bar, curio shop, pool and tourist shop where you can buy basic necessities.
The main attraction of the Okaukuejo Camp is the central floodlit waterhole. Here, you can watch animals of all shapes and sizes coming to quench their thirst – starting from daybreak until night time. You will, in all probability, see elephants, lions and rhino drinking at the same time!
Address: Okaukuejo Camp, Okaukuejo, Namibia
08:00 to 16:00
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Game Drive in Etosha National Park
Etosha National Park is unique - it's unlike anywhere else in Africa. The park gained international recognition for the salt pan that is part of the Kalahari Basin, it's so large that it can be seen from space, taking up a quarter of the park.
The national park is otherwise known for its abundant wildlife that congregate around the many waterholes that dot the park, giving you almost guaranteed game sightings. The waterholes support a rich diversity of animals, many of whom can be seen all at once at a waterhole. You will also be able to spot many bird species and smaller mammals here too.
There is a network of roads that link the numerous waterholes around Etosha pan that you can explore, the majority of sightings are early in the morning and around twilight.
Please note that the parks opening times are based on sunrise and sunset.
Address: Unnamed Road, Namibia
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Found inside Etosha National Park, next to the Von Lindequist Gate, the camp is closest to Fisher’s Pan, which makes the Namutoni Campsite a hotspot for birders.
With two restaurants, a craft shop, a pool and a viewing deck that overlooks the King Nehale Waterhole: the campsite has ample game viewing and activities that make leaving the area quite difficult, especially during the twilight hour, when the watering hole becomes a hub of activity.
The African Fusion restaurant will introduce you to local flavours, while the Steakhouse offers popular western dishes.
Address: Etosha National Park, Namutoni, Namibia
10:00 to 15:00
We will make our way from Namutoni Campsite back down to Windhoek. This will be the end of the tour.