Visit the unique national park Etosha, where the wealth of wildlife will amaze everyone! Experience a whole other world and see how the animals have adapted to the tough habitat. Etosha means “Great White Area” and refers to the park’s enormous sand plain in its center, which is so big it can be seen from space. Among the animals you can encounter on a jeep safari across the rough terrain are desert elephants, lions and giraffes, and there are plenty of surprises for those keeping their eyes peeled!
Join the adventure in Etosha National Park, meet the San people and experience the colonial town of Windhoek.
8 days, including flights
Experience world-class sights and attractions: the tall, red dunes of Sossusvlei, the magnificent wildlife of Etosha, and the rich history and German architecture of the colonial age cities.
12 days, including flights
Experience the peerless nature and incredible contrasts of Namibia: deserts, famous sand dunes and the magnificent wildlife in Etosha National Park.
16 days, including flights
The freedom to experience the impressive landscapes and iconic wildlife of Namibia at your own pace.
18 days, including flights
If you’re taking a trip to North-Western Namibia, it is definitely worth visiting Etosha National Park, which offers visitors experiences you won’t forget in a hurry. The park covers an entire 22,270 km2 and has existed since 1907. The park is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds and reptiles, including a number of endangered species, such as the black rhino.
The park is open all year round, so you can opt to arrange your vacation as follows:
Jan – Feb – Mar: Typically, this is the season for rain in the afternoon, the animals are still calving and they don’t visit the best-known waterholes as often, as there is water to be found across the entire park.
Apr – May: The rain continues to fall in April. This is a rather interesting period for springboks and impalas, as they often calve again at the end of April and start of May.
Jun -Jul -Aug: These are typical winter months and the park begins to dry out. The animals start to flock back towards the waterholes and the best time to observe them is in the middle of the day.
Sep – Nov: These are considered to be the best months for observing the wildlife, as it is hot and the park is very dry during this period, and there is plenty of activity to see on the plains, especially when the predators have young to feed.
Dec – Jan: The rain returns, the grass becomes green and the park begins to show signs of life. It is not unusual during this period to see flocks of migratory birds such as flamingos, as they pass over on their way to Makgadikgadi to breed.
Don’t miss out on Etosha National Park’s fantastic natural habitat and rich wildlife.