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Etosha Safari

This itinerary can be combined with a number of other tours and is simply an indication of what is possible - our travel consultants will personally put together a package based on your preferences, travel dates and budget.

The Etosha National Park is perhaps one of the best-kept safari destinations in Africa. It is home to a range of wildlife, both the more commonly sighted animals, as well as the more rare species. In fact, it’s one of the last places where creatures are able to roam freely without human interference. Game drives give you the chance to encounter desert-dwelling elephants as well as free-roaming black rhino and cheetah, among others. The park is dominated by the Etosha Pan, a large salt pan that is so huge it’s visible from space. During the rainy season it provides a mass breeding ground for flamingos but all year round the park boasts over 300 bird species. The Etosha National Park is undoubtedly one of the world’s premium safari destinations offering wildlife viewing opportunities unlike any other.

Day 1

Mid-morning departure from Johannesburg to Windhoek. On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel for check in.

Recommended Accommodation

AVANI Windhoek Hotel & Casino

Located in the heart of Windhoek, this hotel caters for discerning business travellers and visitors touring Namibia with its emphasis on attention to detail. Relax and it will be taken care of.

Day 2

After breakfast, we travel north to Namibia’s prime wildlife sanctuary, the Etosha National Park. On Arrival at the hotel, you will have the remainder of the day at leisure to take in the savannah environment, relax on the private verandah of your chalet or cool off in the sparkling pool

Early morning and late afternoon game drives explore this awesome wildlife park. This unique area of wide-open plains and dense bush savanna surrounds a parched salt desert known as the Etosha Pan, surrounded by a number of waterholes that ensure the survival of 114 different game and 340 different bird species. Wildlife that may be seen include the endangered black-faced impala, Black Rhino and the elusive Eland.

Recommended Accommodation

Etosha Safari Camp

Great value for money and family friendly, this down to earth camp has been decorated to give it an African township feel. Children under 5 stay free.

Day 5

After a leisurely breakfast and morning at leisure, early afternoon departure back to Windhoek. Transfer to your Hotel for the evening at leisure.

Day 6

You will have the morning at leisure before your midday transfer to the airport for your return flight back to Johannesburg.

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