3 Day Etosha Wildlife Tour

We visit the Etosha National Park during an exhilarating 3 Days.

Etosha was proclaimed a National Park in 1907. Previously it was the hunting ground for the San people, and here we find thousands and thousands of wildlife.

During our tour, we will see Elephants, Giraffes, Zebra, Lions, Buffalo, Cheetah, Oryx, Springbok, Black Rhino, Jackal, Spotted Hyena, Brown Hyena, Leopard, and many more.

Etosha is also well known for its thousands of bird species, and of bird lovers, this is true heaven on earth.

Included in the tour’s price:

  • Transportation/fuel (in case of self-drive fuel is not included),
  • Accommodation
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • National park entrance fee
  • Tour guide for the entire tour
  • Transfer to and from the airport
  • Pick-up in Windhoek and guests’ transfer to the lodge/hotel after the tour

Not included in the tour’s price:

  • Flights (bus tickets) to and from’ Namibia 
  • extended accommodation or additional transfers
  • Sleeping bags on camping tours
  • Compulsory travel insurance
  • Water and drinks
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Optional activities/attractions
  • Snacks
  • Gratuities and tips
  • Trip extensions
  • Personal shopping
  • Visa to Namibia

Itinerary

Day 1

After breakfast on our way to Namibia’s premier tourist attraction – Etosha National Park! Etosha is one of the world’s largest Game Parks, extending more than 350km from east to west.

The wide-open plains, numerous waterholes and large number of game (estimates: 200 Lions, 16000 Zebras, 7000 Oryx/Gemsbok, 2500 Elephants, 3000 Giraffes, 600 Black Rhino, and many more other species) makes visits to Etosha very rewarding. 

Afternoon game drive Return to the camp before sunset and closing of the gates. 

Accommodation: 2 nights at Etosha Safari Lodge/Camp

Meals: dinner
Distance: 500 km

Day 2

Today we continue our Etosha adventure with an extended game drive in the morning, trying to take in as much of this beautiful park and its wild animals as we can.

The large variety of birds and the ease with which they may be observed has made Etosha a popular birding venue. Larger birds such as the Secretary bird and Kori Bustard and numerous birds of prey are frequently spotted.

Meals: breakfast, dinner

Distance: around 100 km on gravel routes of Etosha

Day 3

We end our Etosha experience with a quick breakfast before we head back to the Capital, Windhoek.

On our way back we stop at the open market in Okahandja where you can buy memorabilia to remind you of our beautiful country and the experience you had with us. 

Meals: breakfast
Distance: around 450 km on tarred road