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Etosha National Park

#1 of 161 things to do in Namibia Features Animals
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3-Hour Etosha National Park Game Drive
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Etosha Park was great. I've never been in such a park before. We stayed there for 2 days and 2 night. We saw almost every animal there is to see: springbok, oryx, antilope, giraffe, rhino, lion, leopardturtle, squirrel, jackhal... and even a leopard. Very hard...More

Thank KristelM1
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a 4WD which was useful for the rough stretches of road, although there weren't too many of them. Entry into the park at the western end is slow and frustrating when there is game to see. You fill in a form and then...More

Thank yycyycyyc
Reviewed 1 week ago

I spent 3 days, 2 nights in Etosha last week (May 2017). Firstly - vehicle. I followed the debate on this elsewhere and got it wrong. You can do this in a standard saloon (I did) but it will not be fun. I didn't need...More

Thank DevB55
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Been there 2 days and 1 night. It was ok but not for a second time. I expected more, everybody who I met in Swakop who came back was enthousiastic. Maybe I was not that lucky saw only Giraffe and Zebra (from the big Five)...More

Thank Su u
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wow! How grand it is to see a game life in that setting. Traveling through the length of it, there is always a chance to see game everywhere. So Etosha's charm is its remoteness and vastness. Looking for stories you have to look hard for...More

Thank Gingermint
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We spent 2 days in the park recently & saw most of the animals we expected to. Other than lions we did not see any cats. Firstly let me say that the road conditions were very good, much better than other parks we have visited...More

2  Thank Noel D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lovely game park filled with a large number of beautiful animals. Unlike other game parks in Africa, it was not crowded, and at times one felt that you had the park to yourself. Wonderful sightings of all manner of game animals.Very knowledgeable guide/driver.

Thank Kate S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is our second visit to Etosha; although April is the start of the dry season, there were alot of rain in the area and this didn't help the game viewing. Few highlights: - the lion and lioness just outside of Namutoni was really special;...More

1  Thank ranil13
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Cruise around in a car looking at all sorts of wildlife. Great experience. Saw Rhinos, zebras, giraffes etc

Thank Brandon R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We spent 4 days (3 nights) in the park. We expected hundreds of antelopes but there were at most a dozen. This is not the park's fault and we cannot complain - there was too much rain earlier and the waterholes are pretty useless. We...More

Thank Kudu_Traveller
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Is it recommend to take malaria tablets in The Etosha Park?
4 April 2017|
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Response from duskydiver | Reviewed this property |
Generally Namibia is not a problem area for Malaria. If it is very wet from rains just make sure you cover the exposed bits at dusk and dawn when they out and about and use citronella wipes. I took vitamin B complex as from... More
I have heard that Namatoni is in shocking condition... fences down, animals in the camp at night, elephants ruined lots of trees and worse the park has quit servicing all the toilets that are not directly within the camps... very sad as we are going in 3 months. What have you heard?
7 November 2016|
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Response from hekpoortheksie | Reviewed this property |
You are in the wild The accomadation is so luxury Plenty toilet facilities It is beautiful and you must go I have never experienced such beauty and seen many animals I always think we can't expect to much in life especially... More
Jonathan O
Hi all, I would love to visit the Okaukuejo water hole at night but the lodge we are staying at is approximately 30km away. All advice I've seen says not to drive at night. Does anyone have a suggestion or advice? The lodge I'm staying at does not do any night drives.
13 October 2016|
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Response from Corrib | Reviewed this property |
Sorry Jonathon, as Fedor advises the Park is closed to visitors at night. If you are able to stay within the Park, they run late evening and early morning drives which get you to the watering holes before the gates open... More