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Etosha National Park

At sunrise the gates open to the ‘Great White Place’ or ‘Place of Dry Water’, as the Owambo people have called the heart of the country. Etosha is a place of sanctuary and abundance. Etosha National Park is home to myriad species of wildlife. 114 mammal species are found in the park including black rhino and black-faced impala. Watching a family of elephants silently appear and hurry excitedly towards the water, lions lazing contentedly in the shade of a bush, elegant giraffe loping across the road and a herd of handsome zebra nuzzling each other affectionately.


May to August: days are not as hot, and nights can be chilly, so bring a couple of warm layers.

July to September: you’ll see plenty of animals flocking to the limited water supplies.

November to April: is the park’s wet season. Don’t let the rains put you off! They don’t last long, and the landscape becomes lush with greenery. It’s a great time for birdwatching as lots of species migrate to Etosha, and you’ll also get to see animals taking care of their newborns and little ones.

December to June: Generally considered low season for the park so you can expect fewer crowds and slightly cheaper rates for tours and flights. From October to February, the weather can get hot.


Down to earth, relaxed, innovative and charming are Etosha Safari Camp’s alluring qualities – and of course, its proximity to Etosha National Park. This friendly safari camp has cosy accommodation set between the mopane trees, an inviting circular swimming pool, a lush green campsite and ample character. Extending the theme of Etosha as being a ‘Place of Legends’, Etosha Safari Camp takes it one step further by bringing home the story and spirit of Africa. And the result is – legendary! Here, the typical informal bar or shebeen, well-known and beloved throughout southern Africa, is given expression in the Okambashu (‘Our home’) restaurant and Oshebeena bar with local colour and country bric-a-brac.

A delicious array of food is laid out on an old train compartment. Guests have a choice of dining in the intriguing ‘township’ dining rooms, around fireplaces in the cooler months or outside in the courtyard where The Etosha Boys strum guitars and sing lively local songs. African wildlife takes priority during the day at this Etosha camp, only a short drive from Andersson Gate, the portal to the magnificence of the animal kingdom.


Join our professional guides for an enlightening and informative wildlife journey. Or do both, with a break in the day for a siesta at the Camp. From the black-faced impala to the wizened elephant giants and lion kings, the wild world is simply spellbinding. As the end of the day approaches, race the sun home to Etosha Safari Camp to laughter, comfort and good cheer. Tap toes to the beat of Africa.

This guided drive with an open 24 seater vehicle will take you into Etosha National Park, where you get a clear view of the parks free roaming wildlife including lions, giraffes, elephants, and many more. Including park entrance fees and refreshments. Departure in the morning or afternoon – Approx. 5-6 hours.

This guided drive with an 24 seater open game vehicle will take you into Etosha National Park, where you get a clear view of the parks free roaming wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, springbok, and much more. Including park entrance fees, a light snack, and refreshments. Approx. 9 hours.

NATURE WALK $25 per person
Enjoy the discovery walk through the mopane woods and learn about the indigenous plants, birds and other wildlife. Refreshments included. Morning or afternoon, duration 1-2 hours.


Families are welcome to Namibia.
Children up to 5 years old are free of charge; for children between the age of 6 and 13 years we charge 50% of the B&B rate.


Eco-tourism, sustainable practices and conservation are a key part of Etosha Safari Camp’s management, including; reducing water use, managing waste-water, implementing local training and employment, embedded wildlife conservation projects and utilising organic farming practices throughout the management’s collection of Namibian properties.


Double Room
  • per person sharing per night
Single Room
  • per person per night


  • Accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis
  • Single, double, triple and family rooms available
  • Wifi and laundry available
  • Pricing in US Dollars


  • All activities
  • Meals (dinner $30, lunch $15, lunch pack $10)
  • International airfare
  • Visas and other entry costs
  • Travel insurance
  • PCR testing for your journey home (if applicable)
  • Personal expense such as drinks, phone calls, curio shop purchases
  • Gratuities for your tour driver/guide, waiters/staff at accommodations
  • Optional extension available in

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