Etosha is up there with the world’s best game viewing destinations. It’s famous for its vast salt pan (which is so large you can apparently see it from space). The waterholes around it attract all kinds of animals: spend time next to any and just wait for the lions, elephants and springboks to appear.

You’ll also find a number of private conservancies next to the national park. These give you the best of both worlds: game drives plus the opportunity to escape the crowds and venture off the beaten path.

Places to stay

  • Little Ongava


    The views across Etosha National Park from Little Ongava’s hillside location are incredible. And we love that they’ve placed the...

  • Ongava Tented Camp


    From the canvas roof of your tent to the thatched main dining area, Ongava Tented Camp feels like a genuine...

  • Safarihoek

    Etosha Heights Private Reserve

    Safarihoek is the ideal spot for escapism and solitude. It’s a simply furnished lodge that perches delicately on top of...


Fly by light aircraft from Windhoek or combine with other Namibian destinations.


Dry season, from July to October, is generally best for game viewing as the animals congregate around the relatively few water sources. October can be very hot. From November through to April it can be exceptionally hot and the rains mean that the animals disperse and are harder to spot. 


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