Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park spans an area of 22,270 square kilometres and gets its name from the large Etosha pan which is almost entirely within the park. The Etosha pan (4,760 square kilometres) covers 23% of the area of the total area of the Etosha National Park. The park is home to hundreds of species of mammals, birds and reptiles, including several threatened and endangered species such as the black rhinoceros.

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Etosha: Accommodation is at the Okaukuejo camp on the eastern side of Etosha. This is a beautiful camp which is set around a large waterhole. One can sit at the waterhole all day and see a large variety of animals come down to drink. Two types of chalets are available. The waterhole chalets are very close to the waterhole so one just has to walk out of your front door to see a variety of wildlife. The other chalets are within a short walking distance from the waterhole. Each chalet has its own bathroom/toilet. The waterhole provides endless and fantastic photographic opportunities.

Kruger: Accommodation is within attractive chalets with a variety of bed configurations. Each chalet has its own kitchenette, bathroom and toilet. The chalets are set amongst lovely trees where one can sit and watch a large variety of birds that frequent these camps.


All flights (Economy class – international ex Sydney and domestic with South Africa and Namibia), accommodation, main meals, and transport. We will be staying at the Okaukuejo camp where there is a choice of a standard chalet or a waterhole chalet.


Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, snacks, visa application fee(if applicable).


Your camera, binoculars and all personal items.


It can get cold in Etosha and Kruger during winter so pack warm clothes.



This tour can be extended

Prices are approximate and may be subject to small variations. Prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. Please note that the prices indicated include Economy class flights. Any upgrade to Premium Economy, Business or First class will require a price adjustment.

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Arrive Sydney and spend the night before departure at the Rydges hotel at the Sydney International airport. Meet & greet over cocktails. Depart Sydney for Johannesburg. Overnight near OR Tambo airport. Early flight to Windhoek, then a four-hour drive to the Okaukuejo Gate – Etosha National Park. The drive will allow one to see a variety of topography as well as the occasional warthog grazing alongside the road. The moment you enter the Etosha gate the adventure begins.

Day 6 – head back to Windhoek and catch a flight to Johannesburg. Then a short (one-hour) flight to Nelspruit followed by a one-hour drive to Kruger. You will spend four nights in Kruger before catching a flight back to Johannesburg and then in the evening back to Sydney

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