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Etosha National Park

The Gateway to Northern Namibia

Etosha National Park is a vast expanse of natural wonderland that provides unforgettable experiences for visitors looking for both adventure and relaxation. Its fascinating history, diverse flora and fauna, and rare wildlife make it one of Africa's oldest and most popular game parks. Whether you're a seasoned traveler or a first-time visitor, Etosha National Park is an unforgettable experience. So come discover the magic of Namibia's flagship park and witness the majesty of the famous "White Ghost" elephants.

Perennial springs that provide the water required by the Park’s high-density big game population
Perennial springs that provide the water required by the Park’s high-density big game population


Game Drives

During the dry season, thousands of animals congregate around water sources, making for some spectacular game viewing. Grazers such as Burchell's zebra, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, and black-faced impala are common on Etosha's grassveld. Kudu can be found on the outskirts of the woodland, while giraffe and eland come to drink. With large populations of lion, leopard, and cheetah, Etosha's cats are thriving. Elephants are found in large herds, and black and white rhinos can be found throughout the park, particularly in the west.

Morning Bush Walk

The early morning hours promise breathtaking moments in Etosha National Park. A morning bush walk brings you up close and personal with nature. Allow experienced guides to take you on a journey of discovery filled with entertainment, awakening all your five senses. Afterwards, enjoy a scrumptious breakfast and nature's sweet serenade especially for you


The open plains of Etosha are home to over 340 bird species, including ostriches and secretary birds. Raptors include the yellow-billed kite, steppe eagle, and pygmy falcon, among others. Birders will not be disappointed by anything from black-faced babblers to crimson-breasted shrikes.

Where To Stay

Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge
Mokuti Etosha Lodge

Mokuti Etosha Lodge is the closest lodge to Etosha National Park and is only four minutes drive from the eastern Von Lindequist Gate near Namutoni Fort. It shares a common border with this fascinating National Park and is located on its own private 4 000 hectare nature reserve. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by a cool, green tropical oasis. The name "Mokuti," which means "in the forest" in Ovambo, is justified by charming thatched buildings and two sparkling pools nestled among the vast indigenous gardens.


Anderssons At Ongava

A centrally positioned infinity-edge swimming pool
Iinfinity-edge swimming pool at Anderssons At Ongava

Anderssons at Ongava, which was renovated in early 2019, has set a high standard for eco-tourism. The lodge's central feature is a busy waterhole, which is overlooked by the communal areas, which include an open-air dining room, spacious lounge, curio shop, infinity pool, and library. A photographic hide beneath the waterhole is a lovely spot to spend a couple of hours with a camera, binoculars, and bird book, identifying the many species that pass through to drink and bathe.

The Ongava Research Centre, located slightly apart from the main lodge, is home to some of the continent's top scientists and researchers. Guests are welcome to peruse the exhibitions or participate in discussions with resident naturalists as they strive to set the standard for conservation education.


Call 1-800-421-8907 or fill out our questionnaire and submit it to a specialist to plan a trip.


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