Our top-selling Etosha National Park fly-in safari to the classic Ongava Tented Camp in Namibia is a rapid and convenient way to game view in Africa if you are short of time. This express safari package includes return flights from Windhoek and you spend three life-changing nights in a private concession bordering the ultimate Etosha Pan. This premier Namibia wilderness holiday is based in Ongava Game Reserve with access into Etosha. Spend 4 fully inclusive nights at the luxurious Ongava Tented Camp, the perfect wildlife haven with a waterhole and expansive views.
DURATION 4 NIGHTS
CAN BE EXTENDED
STARTS FROM Windhoek, Namibia
ENDS AT Windhoek, Namibia
per person sharing
Day to Day Itinerary
4 NIGHTS, FULL BOARD BASIS
Welcome to Namibia. Meet your local representative and board your light aircraft for the scenic flight to Ongava Game Reserve in the north. Your guide will transfer you to Ongava Tented Camp for your stay. This private concession borders the extraordinary Etosha National Park and Ongava Tented Camp is a comfortable, earthy accommodation venue for visitors who love the great outdoors. Ongava is one of the few private game reserves in southern Africa where you can see both black and white rhinos!
Days 2 – 4
On safari in Ongava Tented Camp means game drives and bush walks, birding and relaxation in both Ongava Private Game Reserve and Etosha National Park. Appreciate your charming, classic wilderness-style tented suites beside a swimming pool within this 30 000-ha private reserve – an active waterhole attracts diverse wild animals and birds all day. Expect plenty of big game including lion, white and black rhino and plains game! Chill on your private deck before tucking into traditional dinners around a raging fire as part of the inclusive bush experience.
After a hearty breakfast, catch your light aircraft flight back to Windhoek for your onward travel plans. We hope that you enjoyed Etosha National Park and all its resident wildlife that congregates around the incredible salt pan – so huge it can be seen from space! Did you see the Black-faced impala, honey badgers, warthogs, Bat-eared foxes, ground squirrels, jackals and cheetahs? Goodbye until next time!