A three-day tour to Etosha National Park, which includes lodging, provides a stress-free experience. Etosha National Park is Namibia’s most popular tourist destination. It is one of the world’s largest game parks, stretching more than 350 kilometers east to west and spanning an area of 22 270 square kilometers. The huge open grasslands, numerous waterholes, and enormous concentrations of resident animals make a visit to Etosha National Park extremely rewarding.
We will pick you up from your hotel or guesthouse and take you to Etosha National Park, Namibia’s top tourist destination! With a length of more than 350 kilometers from east to west, Etosha is one of the biggest game parks in the world. The wide-open plains, numerous waterholes, and a big population of wildlife game (200 lions, 16,000 zebras, 7000 oryxl gemsbok, 2500 elephants, 3000 giraffes, 600 black rhino, and many other species) make Etosha National Park trips very gratifying. Before sundown, you’ll first have a late-afternoon wildlife drive around the park, stopping at waterholes to search for predators and their prey, including zebra, giraffe, elephant, rhino, and many other species. Then later return to your lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, we begin our excursion in Etosha National Park with a lengthy morning game drive in an effort to see as much of this stunning park and its wild inhabitants as we can. Midway through the morning, your second game drive takes you to the magnificent Etosha Pan, popularly known as the huge white area. Before continuing your game drive to search for the Big Four, you can get out of the car here and explore this 4500 square km saline desert. After that, you go back to the hotel for lunch and a swim in the pool. You start your final game drive after lunch toward Okaukuejo, passing some well-known waterholes, and you leave the park before dusk. After that, you’ll return to the resort for supper and an overnight stay.
We have a quick breakfast to cap off our day in Etosha National Park before heading back to Windhoek, the nation’s capital. We’ll stop at the open market in Okahandja on the way back so you may pick up some mementos of our lovely nation and your time with us. Finally, we will drop you off at your hotel and say goodbye until we next meet.
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