Namibia's best wildlife region
Etosha National Park is one of the most famous wildlife reserves in Africa, and covers an area more than 22,000 square kilometres (half the size of Switzerland). Etosha’s open grass plains and extensive shrub and tree savannahs offer a variety of different habitats. One hundred and fourteen mammal species can be found here, from the African elephant, black and white rhino to the lion, leopard and cheetah. Over 340 bird species, many of which are migratory, visit and leave Etosha each year.
In the heart of Etosha National Park lies the Etosha Pan, a vast expanse of silt and clay sediments. During the dry season the pan floor breaks into a mosaic of small clay blocks, which swell during the rainy season and turn into sticky mud and eventually resemble a lake. Whether wet or dry, the barren pan is a must see. Etosha is an exhilarating experience in each season, an unforgettable encounter with the wild and its countless secrets. We tend to suggest lodges and camps located in the neighbouring private concessions to the south and east of Etosha. This allows our guests to avoid the crowds during the peak holiday seasons and inject some quality accommodation options.