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Spitzkoppe Guided Tour from Swakopmund or Walvis Bay
"Your tour starts around 7:30am with pickup and briefing from your accommodation in Swakopmund or Walvis Bay. At 8am depart towards Henties Bay driving next to the Atlantic ocean where you'll stop to view a shipwreck. Around 8:30am you'll have a stop for a photo opportunity at a unique holiday resort. At 9am you'll arrive at Henties Bay for a quick tour and a bit of history on Henties Bay and off you go again to your main destina juicewaterbeer sparkling wine
From ZAR2,290.00
 
Sandwich Harbour Day Tour from Namibia
"Your day starts after collection from the Walvis Bay waterfront at 7:30. After a quick briefing you'll depart towards Sandwich Harbour. Along the way you'll stop at the Walvis Bay lagoon- a RAMSAR site which is home to 250 000 flamingos in the rainy seas sparkling wine local beer and fresh Namibian oysters. After lunch you'll head back to the waterfront and look for more wildlife on route.Conclude your tour back in Walvis Bay.""""Enjoy a fun filled ride into the Namibian desert with many interesting sights to see. Desert fauna and flora off road driving on the sand lunch that includes finger snacks
From ZAR1,500.00
 
Pelican Point Peninsula Tour
"We meet and greet you at the Walvis Bay waterfront. After a quick briefing we head over to our first attraction of the day. Walvis Bay lagoon a RAMSAR site that is considered one of the most important lagoons in Southern Africa plays host to hundreds flamingos pelicans and avocets we stop here for photos and information about this spectacular sight. Walvis Bay Salt refinery. We stop to explain the production that takes place here before we continue with the tour. We now start driving on deep loose sand so you will experience off road driving fun! Next we stop near a shipwreck and the remains of an old jetty for some awesome photos. As we approach the Lighthouse your guide will give you some historical facts about this landmark
From ZAR820.00

More Things to Do in Etosha National Park

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Lion

The king of the animal kingdom is truly a magnificent beast. These territorial cats will fiercely defend their territory, which can be anything from 50 to 400 sq km! Lions usually hunt in the night...
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Drive and be driven in Etosha

When going to game parks we like to drive parts ourselves but also always take a drive with a guide. Although we saw a lot of animals while driving ourselves. You do not know the trails the animals...
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Explore the other side

As you survey the savannah for giraffes rustling through the trees or elephants strolling in the distance, don't forget to look closer to you or just look down. Sometimes, bones/skeletons are right...
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Wildebeest

The wildebeest is a funny looking and (if you will) rather disproportionately formed animal. The most distinctive feature I find is its head which seems so big it is as if it's too heavy to be held up...
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Impala

It is easy to overlook these creatures because they are so abundant in numbers throughout Etosha National Park. However, from a scientific point of view, the impala is actually a unique antelope with...
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Rhino

Once widely hunted for their horns, the rhinoceros is now Africa's most critically endangered large animal. At Etosha, you'll commonly see the White Rhinoceros, which is a bit of a misnomer because...
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Kori Bustard

Kori Bustard's are known as the heaviest flying bird on earth. Unsurprisngly, however, its weight restricts its flight distance severely. It is not uncommon to see one take off into the air and then...
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Lilac-Breasted Roller

The Lilac-Breasted Roller is known for its brilliant colours and for the way it enrolls from side to side during courtship flights. These birds are commonly found throughout Eastern and Southern...
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Giraffe

Regardless of sex, giraffes would have "horns". These are effectively short protrusions of skin-covered bones. Surprisingly, despite its incredibly long neck, the giraffes only has seven cervical...
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Secretary Bird

Found only on the African continent, the secretary bird is notable for what I like to call "its flamboyant head gear" and long legs. As you can see from the photo above, the resulting look is almost...
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Zebra

Zebras are divided into three species -- plains zebra, Grevy's zebra, and the mountain zebra. At Etosha, you will see the mountains zebra. The zebras also appear to be the most numerous of animals in...
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Cheetah

This animal hardly needs any introduction. Claiming the honour of the world's fastest land mammal, the cheetah can reach speeds of up to 110 km/hour. However, these really are the sprinters of the...
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Oryx/gemsbok

Also known as gemsbok, the oryx is a grazing animal that is distinguished by its near straight horns that rise high above its head. These horns are found in both males and females and are not merely a...
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Elephant

It is said that when an elephant is angry, not even a rhino, cheetah, or lion would stand around to argue with it. On my trip, I found that the most commonplace to see these otherwise gentle animals...
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10 kms south of Etosha National Park's Andersson's Gate, near Okaukuejo on the C38
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Anderson Gate, Southern Entrance
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Entrance Gate
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Top 5 Etosha National Park Writers

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SanguiniA

"Etosha - Wildlife Hotspot"
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leigh767

"Lush. Wild. Free."
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magor65

"A place of wonder"
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Waxbag

"Etosha 1999"
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Myndo

"Etosha -Natures dry paradise for animals"
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