What makes Etosha National Park so unique is that the wildlife watching is focused on the water holes the animals come to in this very dry park, so you can sit quietly and watch the animals, without having to rush around in a jeep like on other safaris. And it’s especially beautiful and peaceful at sunset – it’s a sight I’ll never forget!
Etosha National Park in Namibia offers some amazing wildlife watching, without driving around in safari jeeps. Secure a strategic spot at a water hole, relax and wait for a steady stream of wildlife coming to the water – a true once-in-a-lifetime experience!
I visited Etosha National Park as part of my Cape Town to Victoria Falls Adventure and stayed at the amazing Okaukuejo Camp – check out the stories for some inspiration to see the stunning nature and wildlife of Southern Africa!
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If you enjoyed my review of Etosha National Park and the photos of the amazing wildlife, you will need a place to stay. The Okaukuejo Camp we stayed at during our trip is a great option for independent travelers! We loved our stay there and you have options for any budget to make this your base for the exploration of … Continue reading
On our tour of Southern Africa (overview here), Etosha National Park was one of my favorite stops and the one destination, I’d be most likely to send my parents to: Why, you might ask, when there were so many amazing destinations on that trip? Not only do you get so see amazing wildlife, it is one of the easiest and … Continue reading
We reached Swakopmund on our CapeToVicFalls Adventure and, after two nights of camping in the cold desert, were excited about the comfort of a hotel and town. Even more exciting were all the activities available there: from skydiving to sandboarding, from hot air balloons to quad bikes, there were lots of choices for some fun in the sand! … Continue reading
I have traveled to destinations considered “off the beaten path” before and seen a few desert environments as well, but nothing can really prepare you for experiencing Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert, one of the driest places in the world! It also is one of the most beautiful places I have seen anywhere on Earth, in an otherworldly way, and the … Continue reading
One of the best trips in my life was a tour from Cape Town, one of my all-time favorite cities, through Namibia and Botswana to Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. We did this as a group with g adventures. What? Group tour? If you know me, you know my aversion to group tours. A bus load … Continue reading