Etosha National Park

The jewel in Namibia’s crown, Etosha National Park covers an area of over 22,000m² of which nearly a quarter is taken up by the Etosha Pan.

There are 5 different accommodation options (and one exclusive campsite) inside the park itself and all situated close to the permanent waterholes, allowing guests to view wildlife from the deck, but for those wishing to head out and about there is a good network of well maintained roads for game drives. There is a larger variety and number of lodges and accommodation situated outside of the park but all within easy reach.

Like all of southern Africa, life is driven by the rains, During April and September, when there is little or no rain, wildlife tends to congregate in larger herds around the natural and artificial waterholes only to disperse again during the rainy season.

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