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Along the wild and deserted land of Namibia, the Etosha National park lies as one of the popular and magnificent nature reserves. Housing the rare, the endangered and endemic and the common species, wildlife at Etosha creates unique biodiversity to explore. The entire region of Etosha national park is known for the thick vegetation and the grassland that makes it an ideal habitat for elephants and the giraffes. The region of Etosha National park is so covered with the bushes, the golden grasses and the shattered dry vegetation that is can surely support the life of wilds dwelling there. With the lion, the giraffe, the bird life and the migratory species, Etosha National Park at Namibia attract the visitors across the globe to explore the vibrant hues and the folks of some amazing and rare species. Home to the migratory bird life, the Etosha National Park supports the species like European bee-eater, flamingos, the ostrich, the kori bustard and other birdlife extending to a number of 340 unique species. Such diverse wildlife and the incredible landscape make the Etosha National Park safari, an ideal attraction for the bird watcher, the adventure enthusiast and the nature lover.

Places To visit In Etosha National Park


The Okaukuejo rest camp, the major attraction at Etosha national park is also known to be the administrative centre of Etosha. The waterhole adjacent to the rest camp makes it a famous spot for game drives and exploring the wildlife.

Etosha pan look out

The Etosha pan looks out fascinates the travellers for its vast salt pan area and the shades of the tree all spreading its green tints over the white pan. The pan usually attracts the folk of flamingos, making it a famous attraction at Etosha National Park.

Moringa waterhole

Being the best spot for watching the wildlife at Etosha National Park, the Moringa waterhole offers the visitors, a glimpse of those nocturnal dwelling there. From the group of leopards or elephants to the white rhinos at times, this waterhole is an ideal place to enjoy the game drive.


With the strong rushes bulrushes growing in the centre, the Koinachas acts as an attraction at Etosha National Park. With no floodlight or disturbance, the waterhole is perfect for game drives as here the water level is high throughout the year.

Namutoni Camp

The Namutoni Camp stands as one of the famous game lodges at Etosha National Park that is built on the German fort with all the luxurious facilities and well furnished accommodation. Being close to the waterholes, the camp is perfect to enjoy the game drive and spit animals from the fort.

Thirstland Trekkers

The memorial grave of JEM Albert, thirstland Trekkers stands as the attraction for tourist visiting Etosha National Park. Explore this grave memorial that is the reminder of all those trekkers arrived from the Transvaal who dies here, struggling for a new life.

Fairy-tale forest

The Fairytale forest is one of the unique attractions in Etosha National Park with the vegetation of Sprokiesboom. Etosha counts as the only plain region where you can spot these species that usually are found over the mountain slopes and the hilly region.

Halali Stone Memorial

The Halali stone memorial is built as a stone memorial for those six officials who die during the aircraft crash at the residential region of Halali. The tourist spot of Etosha national park lies at the entrance of Halali rest camp that is famous for its game drives at halali waterhole.

Namutoni spring

The Namutoni spring is ideal for bird watchers in Etosha National Park as the spring with its enthralling landscape is a niche for many bird species, supported by the dense reed bush. This artesian spring of Etosha National park is close to the Namutoni Rest Camp known to be the best lodge at Etosha.

Two Palms

The two plams can be referred to as the most beautiful attraction at Etosha National Park with that is basically a retreat for the photographers. Named behind the two makalani palms growing beside the waterholes, the two palms waterhole attracts the tourist for its scenic beauty and the picture-perfect sunset.

Best Time To Visit Etosha National Park

The Etosha National Park is best to visit during the month of May to December. Although the place is a year-round destination that can be visited at any point of the season the less rain in between May and December makes it ideal for the tour. The dry season attracts the wild to the limited waterholes that are filled, making it easy to spot the wild. With less vegetation, short bushes and little wet months, Etosha counts as the best game drive park of Africa that offers you a long time period for safari.

If rain is not the real problem, the January to march serves the perfect time for game watching at Etosha National Park, as most of the water holes are filled attracting small shattered wildlife near the region.

Things To Do In Etosha National Park

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The guided game drives at Etosha

Etosha national park houses the abundance of wildlife al, from the endangered and the endemic species for a perfect game drive at Etosha national Parl. Plan a tour with a guide to discover the habitat and learn about the environment of wildlife dwelling in the premises.

Photography tour

The Etosha National Park safari is incomplete without some photography due to the abundance of waterholes and the shattered scenic beauty spreading there. Grab your camera and explore the two palms and the Namutoni spring that is known to be the most beautiful spot at Etosha.

Bird watching at Etosha

It’s not just the wildlife and the vegetation that attracts the nature lover as the Etosha national park houses some of the rare and vibrant bird species. The crimson-breasted shrikes, northern black korhaans, violet-eared waxbills and pale chanting goshawks are some of the species dwellings there.

Tour to native Hai||Om Culture

The project on Hai||Om San or commonly known as the Bushmen constituting a park offers you to discover the local habitat, and understand the biodiversity of the region. Get the opportunity to learn about the culture of this society of hunters and history related to them.

Chilling at the Halali rest camp

The Halali rest camp is perfect for a leisure tour at Etosha offering you a chilling and cold atmosphere to escape from the hot days of Etosha. The Mopane tree covering the region offers a perfect environment to relax and enjoy the game drive near the Halali waterhole Etosha national park from the deck.

Night safari at Okaukuejo Water Hole

The Okaukuejo Water Hole attracts the nocturnal during the evening hours, making it an ideal place or night safari at Etosha. There are rest camp and lodges with game viewing deck available to spot the leopards, rhino, and jackals peeping out at dark.

The big four at Etosha

Etosha with its big four wildlife offers an amazing game drive where you can spot the herd of elephants, the rhino, leopard and the lion along with the diverse 100 different species. Explore the big 4 game safari at Etosha national park where you can encounter the kudu, the gemsbok, giraffe and much more.

The traditional Boma dinner

With the enthralling ambience, the open sky above the thatched roof and the bonfire, you can enjoy the traditional Boma dinner at Etosha National Park with the best dishes and local cuisines. Observe the tradition and culture of Africa while grabbing the feats at the best boma restaurant there.

Rejuvenating with spa

With the best accommodation and luxury lodges at Etosha National Park, rejuvenate with the spa sessions amidst nature. You have the option to pick from the holistic treatments, massages, beauty treatments, gym and hot stone therapies to make your Etosha tour experience the best.

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How to Reach Etosha National Park

Covering up the area of 22,270 km2 Etosha National Park is connected with the Windhoek city via land. The accessible distance from the airport can be easily covered via drive for safari at Etosha National Park.

Via air- The airport at Windhoek, Hosea Kutako International Airport is the closest international airport connecting the national park to the major destination of the world. Some of the private accommodation at Etosha national park owns the airstrips for charter flights from the city.

Via land- 9 hours, 44 minutes, this is all you need to cover up the distance from Windhoek to Etosha National Park.  There are rest camps available to take a break from the long drive while heading towards the Etosha national park of Namibia. 

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