Unforgettable safaris to Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park

The famous Etosha National Park is a wildlife wonderland in Namibia offering abundant safari lodge accommodation and special package deals. Animals congregate around the incredible salt pan and waterholes light up at night for unforgettable game viewing. Etosha means ‘Great White Place’ in the Ovambo language. Safari Lodge accommodation in and around Etosha National Park. We have a wide range of camps to suit all budgets. Let us help you plan your Namibia holiday.

From lush Mopani forests to rippling open plains, Etosha is a treasure trove of Instagram-able sunsets and game drive experiences. One of the largest national parks in Africa since 1967, the 22 270 square km sanctuary harbors several endangered species such as the black rhino, black-faced impalas, honey badgers, bat-eared foxes, jackals and cheetahs. Not only is Etosha simply beautiful but so too is it malaria-free with good roads and facilities. 

Diverse accommodation options range from camping under shady trees to rustic cabins and luxurious safari lodges. Modern amenities include shops and petrol stations, banks and cafes. The three main camps in Etosha – Okaukuejo, Halali and Namtoni – offer camping, chalets and water holes, floodlit at night. The more exclusive camps – Dolomite and Onkoshi – promise an upmarket setting.

Did you know?

The salt pans are visible from space, the main depression stretching 5,000 square km. It’s extremely salty and usually dry, except for the few rainy months when pelicans and flamingos arrive en masse to eat unique microorganisms. 


  • The dolomite hills in the south are called Ondundozonananandana, meaning ‘the place where young boy herding cattle went to never return’ – possibly referring to leopards!
  • The park has more than 100 mammal species, 340 bird species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species, and 49 species of fish during floods.
  • A walk out to the Etosha Lookout, right in the middle of the salt pan, feels ethereal!
  • Magnificent elephants frequent watering holes – called the ghost elephants as they are often covered in white dust!

Contact Voyage2Afrrica for more information about Etosha, special deals, and great safari lodges.

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