Etosha National Park safaris
The park's central feature is the Etosha Pan, a huge flat white-mud depression that becomes a lake during exceptional summer rainfall, and which gives this magical place its name, translated as ‘great white place' or ‘place of emptiness'.
Inside Etosha there are three well-appointed rest camps catering for day and overnight visitors. Each camp has a floodlit watering hole offering a unique perspective on the hundreds of species that populate the park.
A large part of the park is closed to the public or inaccessible by road, which has allowed conservationists to carry out important wildlife studies.
There is no access across the pan itself, instead a network of gravel roads offer outstanding views onto this natural feature.
Top itineraries in Etosha National Park
Explore the plains of the Namib Desert, the apricot dunes of Sossusvlei, the charming coastal town of Swakopmund, the rugged terrain of Damaraland and the abundance of wildlife in the world-renowned Etosha National Park.
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Top places to stay in Etosha National Park
Located in the Etosha National Park, one of the largest of its kind in southern Africa, Camp Okaukuejo is perfectly poised to give you access to African elephants, rhinoceroses, giraffes, lions, leopards and cheetahs.
Built into a stunning turn of the century German fort in Etosha National Park, Camp Namutoni offers elevated views of the King Nehale waterhole. Guests can sip drinks on the fort’s battlements as elephants and big cats enjoy sundowners of their own at the waterhole below.
Located within the private Ongava Reserve, the lodge borders the southern edge of Etosha National Park and overlooks a waterhole, offering the chance to discover the magical landscapes and wildlife of one of Southern Africa’s premier wildlife reserves.
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