Characterised by a glittering expanse of sand the size of Holland, wildlife congregates around the few water holes in the south making game viewing delightful and really rather easy – simply stop the vehicle and wait for the animals to come to you in their thousands. During the rains, the pan explodes into a luscious watery lagoon and flamingo and pelican arrive in their droves. This is one of the continent’s wildlife viewing hotspots where mesmerising sightings against a startlingly beautiful landscape are a given. Get involved in the planning of your own Etosha safari online. Mix and match lodges to create a safari that suits your style and budget.
With so much to do and see, planning an Etosha safari can be daunting, but our safari experts will help you create and refine your trip until you’re completely happy.
Look below at our suggested trip ideas and favourite lodges in Etosha or read our guides on planning your own Namibia safari and how to save money using Timbuktu.