3 Day Etosha National Park Safari Budget Tour (Lodging)
3 Days / 2 Nights
Max People : 26
Min Age : 10+
This well-priced short Namibia Safari explores Etosha National Park, one of Southern Africa’s most loved safari destinations. This accessible park includes the 4800km² Etosha Pan, which, after good rains, teems with flamingos. The many waterholes in Etosha Park attract a multitude of wildlife, which includes the white rhino and endangered black rhino, lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, giraffe and numerous species of antelope, as well as an impressive variety of birds.
Qualified Professional driver guide
Vehicle and fuel
Park entrance fees as per itinerary
Passenger liability 15% VAT 2% tourism levy
All Activities as Mentioned Included on itinerary.
Accommodation with Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
24/7 assistance locally
Expenses of personal nature
Entrance fees not mentioned in the itinerary
Meals not mentioned
Drinks at lodges and on road
Optional excursions and activities
Travel- and cancellation insurance
Tips for tour guides
International & National flights and airport taxes
Items not mentioned in the itinerary
Day 1: Halali Resort, Etosha National Park (501.2km)
Leaving our backpacker lodge in Windhoek behind, we set out early on this budget Etosha Lodge Safari. Heading north to Etosha Park, we pause along the way at Otjiwarongo for lunch, before we enter Etosha National Park. Accessing the park via the Anderson Gate, we embark on the first of our game drives to some nearby waterholes. We are searching for zebra, giraffe, elephant and rhino, but most especially we are looking for predators. Our first night is spent inside Etosha Park in twin rooms. We arrive just before sunset at Halali Camp where we take advantage of the floodlit waterhole, where guests can watch wildlife come to drink during the evening. There’s even the chance of spotting some of the more elusive nocturnal creatures.
Included activities Afternoon Game drive Overnight: Halali Resort
Basis Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
Day 2: Halali Resort, Etosha National Park
We get an early start, setting out before sunrise, and head back into Etosha National Park on an early morning game drive. This is the best time for game viewing as the animals are at their most active. We stop mid-morning at Etosha Pan, Namibia’s largest salt pan, for a light breakfast. Guests should walk out onto the flat pan to experience the immenseness of this 4500 sq km saltpan, noting that this is a seasonal experience. Traveling back to Halali Camp we visit numerous waterholes along the way, searching for lion, rhino, leopard and elephant, as well as the abundant plains game found in this wilderness area we continue to Okaukuejo Camp. En-route we stop at a waterhole to watch a spectacular African sunset over the bush.
Morning Game drive
Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
Day 3: End of Itinerary (500.7km)
You will get early breakfast and depart back to Windhoek