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Etosha National Park: Full or Half-Day Game Drive

1. Etosha National Park: Full or Half-Day Game Drive

Explore the beautiful landscapes and diverse wildlife of Etosha National Park. Etosha is home to lions, wild dogs, leopards, cheetahs, rhinos, an enormous population of elephants and much more. Experience close encounters with wildlife and get off the beaten track in a 4x4. Choose to take a full or half-day tour by selecting the relevant option upon check out.  Start the tour with pickup from your hotel. Begin your journey by venturing through the Anderson Gate near Okaukuejo. On arrival at one of the park lodges, set out on your game drive with an experienced guide. Travel close to several watering holes in an attempt to catch the animals during their feeding time. Then, at midday, enjoy a sumptuous lunch at one of the lodges (please note that lunch is not included in the activity price). After lunch, as the afternoon heat begins to cool, head out on your second game drive. Marvel at how the animals gather again near the water holes to cool off and feed. Then, as the sun begins to set, experience some of the best game viewings. At the end of your second game drive, transfer back to your hotel where your memorable adventure will end.

Namibia Self-Driving Audio Guide in German Language

2. Namibia Self-Driving Audio Guide in German Language

Discover the beauty of Namibia on a self-guided and driving tour. Explore Etosha National Park, Windhoek, Swakopmund, Fish River Canyon and so much more natural and cultural highlights along the way with this audio guide. You will receive the download instructions after booking. Download the app and start the tour with your mobile phone as your guide. Beside the highlights and unknown treasures along the way, this guide contains background information about nature, wildlife, history and culture of Namibia. This audio-guide is full of information and interesting facts for all parts of Namibia - from the Kaokoland in the North until the Fish River Canyon in the South. With 225 audio-files and over 10 hours of content, this guide will be your personal tour guide to give you all the information you need along the way at your self-driving journey.

Etosha National Park: Full or Half-Day Game Drive

3. Etosha National Park: Full or Half-Day Game Drive

Take a full or half-day tour of Etosha National Park in an open vehicle and look out for Namibia’s ‘Big 4’: lions, rhinos, leopards, and elephants. Your day begins with pickup from your accommodation in Okaukuejo or Ombika, and from there you’ll be taken by 4 x 4 to explore the park and discover the best areas for spotting wildlife. Your knowledgeable driver will take you close to watering holes and other ideal places for getting close encounters with the animals. Stop at one of the lodges for a delicious lunch and a well-deserved break (note: lunch is not included in the activity price). After lunch you’ll have the chance to see the animals gather close to the watering holes as they cool off from the afternoon heat. Once sunset draws in, your guide will take you to experience some of the best game viewings before returning you to your accommodation.

Namibias Best 4 Day Etosha Safari Private Guide Tour

4. Namibias Best 4 Day Etosha Safari Private Guide Tour

Depart from Windhoek and stop briefly at Otjiwarongo to enjoy a light lunch before entering Etosha National Park through the Anderson Gate. Enjoy a game drive across the park visiting waterholes and looking for predators as well as zebra, giraffe, elephants, and rhino. Arrive at your accommodation just before sunset. The accommodation is located inside Etosha National Park and has a floodlit waterhole next to the camp. Rise for a pre-sunrise snack with tea/coffee and then game drive until mid morning when you return to camp for breakfast before heading out for another game drive. Head back to Halali for a picnic lunch. After lunch, you will visit the mighty Etosha Pan (the largest salt pan in Namibia) before game driving across the park in your quest to find the big 4. Visit one last waterhole to worship the African sunset before you head back for a dinner prepared by your guide over the campfire, where you can compare photos and stories of the animals seen today. Have an early morning breakfast before departing for a drive to the communal lands of Damaraland where you will see the communal farmers in this arid region. You stop at the Ugab River bridge to visit with the beautiful Herero ladies who sell their small art and craft items to support their families. Have lunch in the shadow of the Brandberg Mountain and go on a short visit with a Himba group who have moved into this area to sell their jewellery and other items (dependent on Himba tribespeople). After lunch, you head directly through the Namib Desert and stop at the latest shipwreck on the Skeleton Coast before arriving late afternoon in Swakopmund. Explore this seaside town on foot and visit the jetty for sunset. Have dinner locally (own expense). On the last day you can ask to take part in optional additional activities before you return to Windhoek.

Windhoek - Swakopmund: Etosha Express Safari

5. Windhoek - Swakopmund: Etosha Express Safari

Embark on a 3-day journey through the stunning landscapes of Namibia. From the vast plains of Etosha National Park, home to diverse wildlife, to the haunting beauty of the Skeleton Coast and the historical charm of Swakopmund. Discover the captivating tales of the land, interact with local tribes, and experience Namibia's breathtaking natural beauty. Day 1: Etosha National Park Exploration Start Fresh: Kick off your adventure at 07:00 from Windhoek. Join us for a short pre-departure meeting before setting forth. Into the Wild: Venture to Etosha National Park, spanning over 22,000 square km and home to 114 species of mammals, 350 birds, and more. Game drive your way to Halali Camp, and savor the mesmerizing waterholes. Halali Camp: Reach Halali Camp before sunset, nestled within the protected bounds of Etosha. Named after the bugle refrain signifying the end of a hunt, here the hunt is over forever. As night falls, witness the play of wildlife at the Moringa waterhole, a favorite of elephants and black rhinos. Day 2: Sunrise to Sunset in Etosha Sunrise Safari: Embrace the golden hours, perfect for spotting big cats. Return to Halali for breakfast, reloading for another round of exploration. Waterhole Wonders: Traverse through the park, hopping between waterholes. Quench your curiosity as animals gather for a drink. Etosha Pan: Marvel at the vastness of the Etosha Pan, a brilliant white expanse stretching over 4,700 square km. Night's Rest: Exit the park and rest your head in a cozy twin-share room. Relish a delicious dinner prepared by our guide. Day 3: From Damaraland to Swakopmund Scenic Route: Depart by 07:30, heading for the Skeleton Coast through the picturesque Damaraland. Witness tall koppies, open grasslands, and the impressive Brandberg Mountain. Local Interaction: Meet and interact with members from the Himba, Herero, and Damara tribes, and support the local economy by purchasing handcrafted souvenirs. Skeleton Coast's Mystique: Explore shipwrecks, including the stranded fishing trawler, The Zeila. Uncover tales of mariners lost to the unforgiving environment. Swakopmund's Charm: Drop-off at Swakopmund, a city echoing German colonial influence. Discover its architecture, languages, and mouth-watering eateries. Conclusion: Conclude your 3-day odyssey with a myriad of memories, from the vivid landscapes of Etosha to the misty allure of the Skeleton Coast. Whether it's the thrill of wildlife sightings, cultural interactions, or the haunting beauty of shipwrecks, this journey promises an experience like no other.

Windhoek - Windhoek: Dunes & Wildlife Safari

6. Windhoek - Windhoek: Dunes & Wildlife Safari

This fully accommodated and very comfortable safari might be short only be a short but it is action packed and stuffed full of many of Namibia’s Best of the Best. Game viewing in the world renowned Etosha National Park, Beautiful Damaraland and local tribes people. Namibia’s highest mountain – The Brandberg and the forbidding Skeleton Coast with a shipwreck to see and photograph. We spend time in the historic coastal town of Swakopmund, sampling the delights of the excellent restaurants and having the chance to take part in wild activities in and around the coastal area. The world’s highest sand dunes in the world’s oldest desert await and welcome us, cheetah, close up and personal and a scenic drive up over the Khomas Hochland and central plateau brings us back to Windhoek at the journeys end of one of our most popular safaris.

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