This 4-day Etosha Shuttle Safari Tour invites you to an affordable African safari in Namibia’s magnificent Etosha National Park. Not only is it an affordable option for travellers on a budget, but its a well-organised experience designed to help you get the most of your Etosha National Park safari experience, with very little fuss.
With comfortable accommodation included, twice daily game drives and most meals, there’s no reason not to give it a go. Track an abundance of African wildlife with your experienced safari guides who know their way around the vast Etosha National Park. With a little bit of luck, you can tick off a wide range of animals, from endangered black rhino, leopard, cheetah, oryx, eland and black-faced impala.
On the first day of this Etosha Safari Shuttle Tour, you’ll head up north to Etosha National Park, the crown jewel of any Namibian wildlife safari. A representative will pick you up for a road transfer in a closed air-conditioned vehicle to your accommodation near Etosha National Park. The 400km - 6-hour drive to Etosha will take you through scenic landscapes and a chance to witness incredible vistas. After check-in, spend the day at your own leisure.
Take in your surroundings, mingle with the other guests over a crisp Windhoek Lager, or simply relax on the private veranda of your chalet. Over the next three days, there will be ample opportunity to take in the best sights on this incredible wildlife arena.
These next two days will be purely devoted to exploring Etosha National Park. Twice daily game drives will get you up close to abundant wildlife, most often found parading around the dry salt desert, notably known as the Etosha Pan. The waterholes are also a magnet for four of the five members of the infamous Big 5 – elephant, lion, leopard and rhino, and plenty of other animals in between.
Your experienced tracker guides will explain the habits and instinctual patterns of each ‘character’ you witness, along with plenty of comical anecdotes and a little more background on the park itself, proclaimed as the country’s first conservation area in 1907. If you’re an avid birder, you’re in the right place. There is an excess of 340 bird species to be found here, too.