Etosha national park

7 Days

Etosha national park, Namibia’s prime safari and arguably one of the best wildlife conservation areas in Africa. Explore the beauty of the Namibia Desert Experience, the oldest true desert in the World. In a desert where in many years it hardly rains, discover the abundance of life in this vast land. The driest country in Southern Africa, Namibia has a huge area more than 825 600 sq km. It lies between the Namib desert and the Kalahari desert and that makes its annual rainfall quite insignificant.

The desert however is very attractive in different ways than one especially the everchanging landscape, something impressive about Namibia. In the Central Plateau area between the Skeleton Coast and the Kalahari desert, there is a broad expense of hyper-arid gravel plains and dunes. Colorful orange-red dunes in Sossusvlei are as high as 300 metres. The red color is due to oxidation of iron filings evidence of existence of iron ore. Fish river canyon which drops to a depth of 500 metres shows the crust structure of the earth below.

Etosha National park safari

The Great Escarpment rises to altitude above 2 000 metres; temperature suddenly swells up and fogy and mist from the Atlantic waters disappears. Although the area is rocky with poorly developed soils it is way more productive. Moving further north to the Caprivi and Rundu, the bushveld appears with significantly high rainfall. The area is generally flat with sandy soil that does not retain water.

As for the climate; Namibia is arid descending from sub-humid through semi-arid as you move to the Kalahari. Its temperature rises to as much as 40 degrees mostly in the low lying areas like Ais-Ais.

What to do in Namibia

Etosha National Park – The abundance of wildlife in Namibia is somewhat unexpected for such a driest region, common and rarest species. Etosha elephants are among the biggest in Africa. The endangered black rhino, leopards and lions are in sufficiently good numbers in the thick vegetation region.

During the rain season, the Etosha Pan fills with water attracting a cloud of flamingos. There are over 340 species of birds and interesting ones like the ostrich, kori-bustered, secretary bird and vultures.

Orange River canoeing – The canoeing lap is 10 km downstream in the Orange river in the company of experienced River Guides.

Fish River Canyon – Its a gigantic ravine spanning 160 km and up to 27 km at its widest. This is the biggest canyon in Africa.

Dune 45 – The red dunes of Namibia are the main feature of the Namib Desert displaying the rust color of oxidation that takes place when fine particles of iron reacts with water. As the seasonal Benguela wind current changes direction the dust and fine sand keep building up the Dunes.

Namibia safari is essential the best safari tour you can have in Namibia. Starting from Swakopmund you travel through the Skeleton coast as if going to Hentis Bay. You stop at the lichen fields to observe the biological existence of these already endangered plants.
Further in Namibia in Opuwo region you get to meet the Himba tribe as you have an insight into a few of the remaining African cultural groups.




In Etosha national park you have 3 days of game driving around the park that stretches for over 300 km and covers an area of about 21 000 sq km. With over 15 species of big animals and over 350 species 0f birds it is the most probable national park to view most of the wildlife in Africa. The openness of the national park and the waterholes makes it easy too. For a limited time for safari in Africa Etosha is indeed the ideal national park.


Discover the diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage of Namibia on this unforgettable 7-day adventure tour. From the coastal wonders of Swakopmund to the rugged beauty of the Skeleton Coast, the traditional Himba tribe in Opuwo, the iconic Etosha National Park, and the vibrant city of Windhoek, this journey promises an immersive experience like no other.



Embark on an exhilarating journey from Swakopmund, venturing through the mystical Skeleton Coast. Marvel at the hauntingly beautiful landscapes as we drive along the desolate shores, encountering shipwrecks and colonies of seals. Our destination is Spitzkopje, where we will be treated to breathtaking views of the surrounding plains and mountains.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

As the sun rises over Spitzkopje, we set off for Kamanjab, a small town nestled in the heart of Namibia’s wilderness. En route, witness the ever-changing scenery, from rocky outcrops to expansive savannahs. In Kamanjab, we will enjoy an overnight stay, immersing ourselves in the tranquility of nature.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, we head to the fascinating Opuwo Country Lodge, a gateway to the captivating Himba tribe. Immerse yourself in the unique culture and customs of the Himba people, known for their traditional lifestyle and distinctive appearance. Gain insights into their ancient traditions and learn about their coexistence with nature.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Prepare for wildlife encounters as we journey to the world-renowned Etosha National Park. Spend two full days exploring the vast wilderness and spotting a myriad of animals, including majestic elephants, graceful giraffes, powerful lions, and much more. Our safari drives will provide ample opportunities for incredible wildlife photography and unforgettable moments.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Leaving the wilderness behind, we travel to Namibia’s capital city, Windhoek. Be captivated by the blend of African and European influences, reflected in the architecture, cuisine, and lively atmosphere. Enjoy the comfort of a city hotel and reminisce about the incredible experiences of the past days.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On the final day of our adventure, explore the highlights of Windhoek with a city tour. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Independence Memorial Museum, Tintenpalast (Parliament Building), and the vibrant craft markets. After the tour, bid farewell to the diverse wonders of Namibia as we conclude this unforgettable journey.

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Trip Cost Includes

  • Pick-up or Drop-off service from and to Airport(in our own vehicle)
  • Transportation to and from!!
  • Food all along the trip(Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and a cup of coffee or tea)
  • Accommodations during the trip in lodges and campsites with family environment
  • Guide during the trip First Aid Medical Kit(Your guide will carry the Medical Kit on the truck)
  • All the required permits and paperwork

Cost Excludes

  • International Airfare Visa Charges
  • Hotel Expenses or any other upgrades
  • Your travel and medical insurance
  • Personal Expenses such as shopping, bar bills, telephone, laundry, titbits etc
  • Food and accommodations not mentioned or not promised by the agent/agency
  • Emergency expenses such as expenses on chartered helicopter.


How fit do I need?

No fitness is required all activities will be done on our trucks except for the interaction with people. And for that is just walking small distances. For game drives you will be on 4×4 open vehicles.

What is the climate of Namibia?

Namibia is mostly a desert and temperatures are generally warm in the range of 30-35 degrees Celsius. In summer it gets much hot to as much as above 40 degrees Celsius. While in winter the temperatures can be cold the days would still be as warm in the range of 18-25 degrees. Summer months are usually from September to January and winter from February to August.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

On all campsites and lodges on this tour there is electricity for charging. Hot showers are also available and for campers the ablution blocks are shared with other like campers from other groups.

Are there ATMs on the way ?

Yes ATMs are available on most towns we drive through. Card payments by Master-cards or Visa-cards are also acceptable on most of the campsites for services and either drinks or food purchased.

What about internet access?

Yes. Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. Whilst traveling connection is not available unless you buy a local sim card and register it with a service provider.

Is it necessary to hire Guides?

Yes we already have Guides on Tour who doubles up as drivers and/or chefs. For optional activities like 4×4 game drives which you may pay as an extra beyond what we provide you will have a Guide as well.

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Etosha national park
10% Off
From $1,000 $900
/ Adult
  • Mobile camping tents with an option to upgrade to rooms
  • Swakopmund
  • Windhoek
  • Yes
  • Guided Tours in English with an option of French/German or Dutch
  • You have transfer from Windhoek hotel to the airport
  • Meals as indicated on the itinerary
  • Customized Tour Truck