Explore waterholes along the enormous saltpan at Etosha. View fantastic wildlife in Etosha National Park. Visit Lake Otjikoto.
Day 1: Otjiwarongo / Etosha National Park (D)
Depart Windhoek via Outjo to Etosha National Park. Known as 'the place of dry water' Etosha National Park is one of the best game reserves in the world and offers a truly unique wildlife experience. Accommodation: Etosha Rest Camp or similar
Day 2, 3: Etosha National Park (BD)
Spend the next 2 days in the park, exploring the waterholes along this enormous saltpan. The Park is one of the last remaining natural wild sanctuaries of the endangered black rhino. Etosha's elephants are thought to be the tallest in Africa, and the black-faced impala is endemic to this area.
Accommodation: (2nd night) Etosha Rest Camp
(3rd night) Mokuti Lodge or similar
Day 4: Lake Otjikoto / Windhoek (B)
Visit Lake Otjikoto and the mine museum in Tsumeb. Namibia's largest permanent natural lake, the name Otjikoto is derived from the Otjiherero language and means deep hole. Continue via Otjiwarongo and Okahandja, stopping to visit the Herero graves and the local handcraft market. Arrive in Windhoek, late this afternoon, where your tour ends.
All departures guaranteed in English-German. Please indicate language of preference at time of booking.
Tours in air-conditioned vehicles.
Professional tour guides.
Rooms with private facilities, on a twin share basis.
3 Breakfast, 3 Dinners and non-alcoholic drinks on board the vehicle
Hotel porterage included
Meals not specified
All items of a personal nature
Flights and airport taxes