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The Etosha Express safari starts in Windhoek every Tuesday and ends Thursday afternoons in Swakopmund. You will spend 1 full day and 1 half day game driving through Etosha National Park, one of Southern Africa’s best national parks, searching for predators & prey alike.
Etosha National Park is renowned as one of the best game reserves in Africa, a haven for wildlife, and
supports one of the most important ecological and wildlife systems on the continent. At 22,270 km sq
this huge park hosts an impressive collection of game including the white rhino and endangered black
rhino, lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, giraffe and numerous species of antelope as well as an
impressive 340 species of birds – enough to keep any nature and wildlife enthusiast happy. This safari
starts in Windhoek and ends in Swakopmund.
Upon leaving Etosha, enjoy a scenic drive through Damaraland, stopping along the way to meet the local people and bargain for some souvenirs with the Himba, Herero & Damara people. Accommodation on this safari is provided in twin share accommodation with en-suite bathrooms.
This Group tour to Etosha is ideal for solo travelers or those looking to get the most bank for their buck. Don’t sit around waiting for a travel buddy, book your flights and your seat and enjoy a holiday on your own.
While couples, friends and families are also welcome, these tours are a great chance to meet fellow travelers. Looking to get as much from your $ as possible, opt for a ‘willing to share’ option.
This accommodated safari is priced on a twin share basis so by being ‘willing to share’ means you will not be charged any single supplement for travelling alone. You will then be matched with another traveler of the same gender to share your room. However if you prefer your own room then let us know and a nominal single supplement will be added to guarantee you your own room each night.
Halali, Etosha National Park
We are picked up this morning at 7h15 and head to Chameleon Backpackers for our pre-departure meting in WINDHOEK.
We stop briefly at Otjiwarongo and enjoy a light lunch pack before entering Etosha National Park through the Anderson Gate.We game drive across the park visiting waterholes looking for predators as well as zebra, giraffe, elephant and rhino. We arrive at our accommodation just before sunset, located inside Etosha National Park and has a floodlit waterhole next to the camp. Twin share double rooms with en-suite bathroom facilities.
Dinner is prepared by your guide and an early night is recommended.
Meals: Lunch pack & Dinner
Accommodation: Twin rooms with en-suite bathroom at Halali, Etosha National Park
Etosha Village, outside Etosha National Park
We rise for a pre-sunrise snack with tea/coffee and then game drive until mid morning when we return to camp for breakfast before heading out for another game drive visiting many waterholes and drive back to Halali for a picnic lunch.
After lunch we visit the mighty Etosha Pan (the largest salt pan in Namibia) before game driving across the park in our quest to find the big 4 as well as all the plains game. We arrive at Okaukuejo late afternoon and leave the park prior to sunset, visiting one last waterhole to worship another African sunset.
Accommodation is twin share permanent tents with en-suite bathroom facilities located just outside the park. Dinner is prepared by your guide over the campfire where you can compare photos and stories of the animals seen today and another early night is recommended.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Accommodation: Twin rooms with en-suite bathroom at Etosha Village
Early morning breakfast before departing from our lodge at 07h30 for our drive via the communal lands of Damaraland where we see the communal farmers in this arid region. We stop at the Ugab River bridge to visit with the beautiful Herero ladies who sell their small art and craft items to support their families. We lunch in the shadow of the Brandberg Mountain and have a short visit with a Himba group who have moved into this area to sell their jewellery and other items (dependent on Himba tribespeople). After lunch we head directly through the Namib Desert and stop at the latest shipwreck on the Skeleton Coast before arriving late afternoon in SWAKOPMUND. We recommend exploring this seaside town on foot this afternoon and perhaps visiting the jetty for sundowners overlooking the cold Atlantic Ocean. Your guide will be happy to recommend a good restaurant for your evening meal (own expense). You will be dropped at your accommodation of choice by your guide.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
- Transport in a custom built safari vehicle with pop up roof & air-con
- Services of a professional English speaking driver/guide
- 2 nights’ accommodation
- Meals as indicated
- National Park entry fees
- Game drives in Etosha
- Pick up in Windhoek
- Drop off in Swakopmund
- Snacks & drinks
- Optional activities
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