Etosha Adventure

Private Guided Safari

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Short on time but want to visit one of Africa’s largest wildlife sanctuaries? Try this 3 day camping tour to Etosha National Park. Encounter lion, rhino, elephant, and leopard, along with a diverse array of other game and birdlife.

Join the adventure on this 3 Day Etosha camping safari. Etosha is one of the great wildlife sanctuaries of Africa. At more than 20 000 sq km it is also one of Africa’s largest. Four of the African Big 5 inhabit Etosha including lion, rhino (black & white), elephant and leopard. Add the array of antelope, there is a total of 118 mammal species and 340 bird species that call Etosha home. During the dry season, an Etosha waterhole can at times be simply breath-taking where huge numbers of wildlife are drawn to the same waterhole. Also, enclosed in the park, is a huge flat pan, once an inland lake. Etosha Pan stretches about 5000 sq km, so large it is visible from space. The now dry salt pan provides essential nutrients to wildlife and a stunning backdrop of shimmering mirages.

Why choose a camping safari?
Camping safaris are a more cost effective option for those that are budget conscious. Whilst there are some obvious creature comforts that you might miss, an Etosha camping safari can be a great way to reconnect with nature. All meals are prepared over an open fire, and under a ceiling of a million stars. Camping equipment is provided including sleeping bags, high density foam mattress, pillow and more. Hot showers and flushing toilets are also just a hop skip and a jump from camp. For those that aren’t sold on camping, just let us know and we can suggest an accommodated option.


Day-by-Day Itinerary

+ Day 1 - Windhoek – Etosha

We leave Windhoek in the morning for a drive that will take you northwards through the towns of Okahandja and Otjiwarongo. After about a 4 hour drive you will enter the Etosha National Park, one of Southern Africa’s premier game parks and wildlife enthusiasts paradise. We enter the park via the Andersson’s gate, on the southern boundary of Etosha and spend the next day exploring. The park itself covers 22,270 kms², and gets its name from the salt pan that makes up approx 23% of the park. Once a massive lake, the Etosha Pan is now mostly dry, with the exception of good rainfall years when the pan fills up enough to become a breeding ground for flamingos that migrate between Walvis Bay and Sua Pan in Botswana. The park itself is home to some 114 mammal species including the big 4 (lion, leopard, rhino & elephant) as well as 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and, surprisingly, one species of fish. This afternoon we enjoy a game drive from the park gate, stopping at some popular (animal) waterholes, before arriving late afternoon at our camp. Tonight we can relax by the floodlit waterhole, an excellent chance to view those creatures that prefer to be active during the cool of the night.

Activities: Afternoon game drive in Etosha National Park
Accommodation: Okaukuejo, Halai or Namutoni Campsite Campsite
Meals: Dinner
Distance: Approx. 5 hours + game drive
+ Day 2 - Etosha

This day will be devoted to exploring the park and maximising our chances for amazing wildlife sightings. You will start off at your camp on the Western side and spend the day on a game drive towards the central sides of the park after an early breakfast. We aim to be the first vehicles on a drive the park as this will maximise our chances of spotting predators either lazing on the roads or making their final attempts at a hunt. From there, we drive from waterhole to waterhole (especially in the winter months), as they support a rich diversity of animals. These waterholes are one of the most unique aspects of Etosha National Park, and a major attraction for wildlife photographers and animal behaviour experts as the different species of animals, both predator and prey alike, can often be captured (on camera) drinking at the same waterhole. You will stop at Halali for a short break and perhaps lunch before continuing your search for animals and birds inside the park. You will return reach your next camp in the late afternoon.

Activities: Full day of game drives in Etosha National Park
Accommodation: Okaukuejo, Halai or Namutoni Campsite Campsite
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
+ Day 3 - Etosha – Windhoek

This day signals the end of our journey. After a leisurely breakfast, you will get ready to go back to Windhoek. You may stop in the small town of Okahandja to visit one of Namibia’s largest woodcarving markets if you are interested in buying authentic souvenirs. Afterwards, you will drive to Windhoek. Expected arrival is in the mid-afternoon.

Activities: Morning game drive out of Etosha National Park
Meals: Breakfast
Distance: Approx. 5 hours + game drive


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