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Giraffes waterhole 4 day Etosha safari
Private Lodge Safari

Classic Etosha

4 Days from NAD 16,600 per person

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Classic Etosha – 4 Day Private Lodge Safari

The Etosha National Park is regarded as the best wildlife park in Namibia and on this 4-day safari you will understand why. The park presents excellent game drive opportunities and fantastic landscapes. A visit to a non-profit dedicated to the protection of Namibia’s carnivore species completes a beautiful experience.

Accommodation type

Lodges & Camps

Accommodation style

Tour price

From 16,600 NAD

Starting price per person

Travellers

Private safari

Travellers (window seat guaranteed)

Departure date

Any day of your choice

Departure dates

Highlights

Day 1-4 Namibia

Game drives in one of Southern Africa’s most popular national parks

Etosha National Park
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Game drives in one of Southern Africa’s most popular national parks

Home of the AfriCat Foundation where you can learn about Namibia’s carnivores

Okonjima Nature Reserve

Home of the AfriCat Foundation where you can learn about Namibia’s carnivores

Who Should Go

This tour is for those who love extensive game drives and wildlife and want to have a special safari experience during their Namibia trip. If you are curious to gain in-depth knowledge about Namibia’s wildlife and take your time at sightings instead of rushing from one place to the next, you will enjoy this tour. Going on safari with a professional guide will give you an extensive understanding of Etosha’s flora, fauna and other developments as they know the vast park like the back of their hand. Your visit to Okonjima Natura Reserve is one of the best ways to see big cats up close in Namibia.

Many national parks in one region

Safari Enthusiasts

Nature lovers

Nature Lovers

Photographers

Photographers

Namibia Newbies

Namibia Newbies

“It was astonishing to experience that seemingly nothing escaped Sven’s attentive gaze, be it large animals like zebras or elephants hiding in the forest or a dung beetle transporting its dungball along the side of the rode.”
hewo50 | Switzerland

Accommodation

2 accommodations over 4 days/3 nights
Etosha Safari Camp main area
Day 1-2
Etosha Area
Etosha Safari Camp
2 nights half-board
Day 1-2
Okonjima Plains Camp accommodation on 4 day Etosha safari
Day 3
Okonjima Nature Reserve
Okonjima Plains Camp
1 night half-board
Day 3

Tour Itinerary

Private lodge safari

Embark on a 4-day safari in one of the most iconic parks in Africa: the Etosha National Park. The Etosha offers wonderful safari opportunities and beautiful landscapes all comfortably explored in one of our specialised off-road vehicles. Along the way, you can encounter lions, elephants, giraffes, rhinos as well as many other creatures, big and small. Make a stop at the Etosha pan and feel the peacefulness around you. In addition to amazing wildlife sightings, you visit the AfriCat Foundation, a non-profit engaged in the protection of some of Namibia’s most vulnerable carnivore species.

Optional: You have the option to go on game drives in the Etosha National Park on Day 1 and Day 2 in an open, game view vehicle of your lodge. Should you be interested in this, please contact us for additional costs.

Classic Etosha tour map

Start Windhoek

Ends Windhoek

Landscape Etosha National Park

Day 1 | Windhoek – Etosha National Park

Distance approx. 460 km; driving time approx. 5 hours

Windhoek – Etosha National Park

Distance approx. 460 km; driving time approx. 5 hours

You receive a short safari briefing in the morning and once your luggage is safely stowed, you can begin your journey. As you head into the Namibian countryside, you will be amazed by the beautiful wide-open spaces the country has to offer. You also pass through several small towns and you are welcome to make a stop and enjoy lunch along the way (optional). Your accommodation for the next two nights is the Etosha Safari Camp, situated just south of the Etosha National Park’s gate. After a brief check-in, you start your first game drive in the park. The Etosha National Park offers fantastic game drive possibilities and is one of Africa’s most famous parks. Your guide knows the favourite hiding places of the animals and with a little luck, you can already spot a wide range of wildlife on this afternoon game drive. A mouth-watering dinner awaits you at your camp and a good night’s rest.

Dinner
Zebras at waterhole seen on 4 day Etosha safari

Day 2 | Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

Those who rise early are more often than not most rewarded when on safari. On top of that you get to witness the dramatic sunrise which the Etosha region is known for delivering on. Today, you get to spend the whole day on safari, seeking out some of Africa’s most famous wildlife inhabitants. Elephants, rhinos and lions often steal the show. But the Etosha National Park is also home to herds of zebra, giraffe, wildebeest and various antelope. All playing an important part in a vast ecosystem. Be sure to take your time at the various watering holes and you will often be rewarded with amazing wildlife moments. You can also choose to make a stop at the Etosha Pan, a massive salt pan so big it can even be seen from space. This is where Etosha gets its name from and in the local Oshiwambo language it means ‘Great White Place’. You can easily see why. As the shadows begin to grow longer, you return to your camp, where you will have plenty of new stories to tell in the evening.

Breakfast Dinner

Day 3 | Etosha National Park – Okonjima

Distance approx. 230 km; driving time approx. 3 hours

Etosha National Park – Okonjima

Distance approx. 230 km; driving time approx. 3 hours

A hearty breakfast in the morning, before you head on towards the Okonjima Plains Camp, your next destination. The camp is not only beautifully located, it offers you the opportunity to go on an afternoon game drive (optional), with good chances on brown hyena and leopard sightings. Alternatively, the camp also offers self-guided nature trails which you can safely explore on foot. A wonderful way to stretch the legs a little and delight in your surroundings. Another scrumptious dinner awaits you in the evening.

Breakfast Dinner
Cheetah AfriCat Foundation on day 4 of Etosha safari

Day 4 | Okonjima – Windhoek

Distance approx. 270 km; driving time approx. 3 hours

Okonjima – Windhoek

Distance approx. 270 km; driving time approx. 3 hours

A visit to the AfriCat Foundation’s Carnivore Care and Information Centre is scheduled for you in the morning. AfriCat is a non-profit organisation working towards the protection of some of Namibia’s most threatened carnivore species. The Foundation is particularly well-known and respected for their big cat conservation efforts. During the activity, a guide will provide you with more information regarding the conservation work the Foundation actively does. Following this activity, you make your way back to Windhoek, stopping in Okahandja along the way. Here you have the chance to buy some hand-made souvenirs from the local woodcarvers’ market. Once you reach Windhoek, your journey with us comes to an end and we hope to see you again soon!

Breakfast

Included

  • transport in a 4x4 vehicle
  • professional, English-speaking guide
  • 3 nights’ stay in lodges and camps
  • meals according to the itinerary
  • activities and transfers as per itinerary
  • all national park fees

Excluded

  • flights (international and domestic)
  • meals not indicated in the itinerary
  • alcoholic and soft drinks
  • optional activities
  • tips
  • personal expenses, visa fees, travel insurance

Upcoming Departures

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01.01.2022-
31.10.2022
37,700 NAD 23,200 NAD 21,200 NAD 19,300 NAD 17,700 NAD 16,600 NAD English

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