114 Tours to Etosha National Park, ordered shortest to longest trip. Prices are from R5720 $396 £298 €350 A$560 C$529 NZ$579 to R103050 $7142 £5371 €6308 A$10080 C$9525 NZ$10432 per person. Use our Tour Search → to filter by price, duration, start point, travel style and more.
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Most Etosha Safaris start and end in Namibia's capital city of Windhoek and include transfers to and from the park, as well as game drives and park entry fees. Some of the Etosha Safaris visit Etosha National Park exclusively, making these shorter trips ideal for the those on a tight schedule while others combine Etosha with other Namibia travel highlights such as Namib-Naukluft Park, Sossusvlei Dunes, Sesriem Canyon and Swakopmund. Or for those with more time there are several longer African Safaris combining Etosha Park with top destinations including Victoria Falls, Botswana and its Okavango Delta, South Africa, Mozambique and Malawi among others.
Accommodation in Etosha National Park is in lodge style accommodation or tents at the rest camps - Okaukuejo, Halali or Namutoni camp. The rest camps feature waterholes for floodlit game viewing at night and various tourist facilities, such as restaurants, shops and swimming pools.
Etosha Budget Lodge Safaris offer comfortable accommodation on your trip to Namibia’s Etosha National Park, combining several top destinations into safaris of various lengths. Options include the quick 3-day Etosha Budget Lodge Safari, which visits Etosha Park exclusively, offering comfortable accommodation within the game reserve. For those with slightly more time there is the 5-day Affordable Etosha Lodge Safari, which includes a night at the Waterberg Plateau and a visit to Hoba Meteorite. For a more comprehensive Namibian safari there is the 7-day Namibia Highlights Lodge Safari, which visits several of Namibia's top destinations in addition to Etosha National Park, such as Swakopmund and the Sesriem Canyon and Sossusvlei areas of the Namib Naukluft Park.
The longest exclusively Nambian safari is the 13-day Affordable Namibia Lodge Safari - a comprehensive journey through Namibia, visiting Namib-Naukluft Park’s Sossusvlei Dunes and Sesriem Canyon, Cape Cross Seal Colony, Twyfelfontein rock paintings, the Himba and the Waterberg Plateau, and of course Etosha Park. The last Etosha Lodge Safari is a 22-day Budget Lodge Safari that takes in Victoria Falls and highlights of Namibia, including Etosha Park, as well as Botswana’s Okavango Delta. This wildlife, cultural and scenic safari also makes use of comfortable lodge accommodation.
Budget Camping Safaris start with the 5-day Etosha Camping Safari where you spend three nights camping in Etosha National Park, game viewing and at camp waterholes at night, one night at Waterberg Plateau and visit the Hoba Meteorite. The slightly longer 7-day Highlights of Namibia Budget Camping Safari includes camping and game viewing in Etosha National Park, two accommodated nights in Swakopmund as well as visiting Sesriem Canyon and Sossusvlei in the Namib Naukluft Park. Another 7-day option is the more comprehensive Explore Namibia Camping Safari that visits Etosha National Park, Cheetah Conservation Fund, Namib Desert, Ova-Himba Village, Cape Cross Seal Colony, Swakopmund, Windhoek and more.
The 8-day Etosha Camping Safari also visits Chobe National park in Botswana as well as the Okavango Delta Panhandle and a Bushman village, ending at Victoria Falls in Zambia. There are two similar 13-day Namibia Camping Safari options that include Etosha Park, both visiting Namibia's top highlights. The Family Camping Safari option offers a combination of fixed and camping accommodation which makes it suitable for the whole family. The longest of the Etosha Camping Safaris is a 14-day trip that covers Namibia in depth visiting Windhoek, Quiver Tree Forest, Fish River Canyon, Luderitz, Africat Foundation, the Himba Tribespeople and Swakopmund.
Exclusive Budget Safaris are a step up from the Traditional Camping Safaris, catering for a more discerning traveller. These safaris have smaller group sizes which opens up access to more exclusive places and minimal to no participation is required. Exclusive Budget Safaris offer accommodation in Lodge style facilities or comfortable tented camps.
The 14-day Exclusive Budget Safari is a fully inclusive Namibia safari in 4x4 vehicles taking in the top highlights including Game Parks and Cultural highlights. A 15-day Exclusive Budget Safaris taking in most of Namibia's highlights including the Waterberg Plateau, Etosha National Park, Ruacana National Park, Ruacana Falls, Epupa, Palmweg, Spitzkoppe, Swakopmund, Sossusvlei and Windhoek. A 15-day exclusive camping safari incorporating Namibia and Botswana, as well as Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
The 21-day Exclusive Budget Safari visiting Etosha Park starts at Victoria Falls, combining camping and guesthouse accommodation. This Exclusive Safari includes top African safari destinations such as the Caprivi Strip, Namib Desert, Kalahari, Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park. The 22-day Exclusive Budget Safari is a small group camping safari traveling from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe through Botswana, Namibia and on to Cape Town in South Africa. This Exclusive Budget Safari also runs in the opposite direction.
Designed with the whole family in mind the Etosha Family Safari includes a bit of everything that Namibia has to offer. The 8-day Family Safari visits Namibia's highlights including Etosha National Park, Cheetah Park, Swakopmund, Sussusvlei and Windhoek. On a Family Overland Safari a level of active participation is required, usually with help setting up camp or meal preparation, and travelling is done by Overland Truck with most nights spent camping in dome tents.
These group tours are a cheap way to visit Namibia and other parts of Africa, offering a degree of comfort and requiring a level of participation. Accommodation is in basic 2-3 star guesthouses, chalets, bungalows or permanent tents.
The 12-day Etosha Accommodated Overland Safari starts in Cape Town, South Africa, travelling through the Cederberg and Namaqualand regions on to the Gariep/Orange River, Ai-Ais Hot Springs and the Fish River Canyon in Namibia. This accommodated safari visits the Sossusvlei dunes, the Sesriem canyon, Swakopmund, the Himba tribes, Windhoek and of course Etosha National Park. The 13-day Accommodated Overland Safari includes several of Namibia’s highlights as well as Chobe River game viewing and a fly in Okavango Delta visit in Botswana, ending at Victoria Falls.
The 20-day Accommodated Overland Safari that stops in Etosha Park also takes in Namibia’s top cultural and scenic highlights and includes a flight over Botswana’s Okavango Delta, ending at the Victoria Falls. The 30-day option that visits Etosha Park covers a number of Namibia’s highlights, includes a flight over the Okavango Delta and a stop at Vic Falls, before heading to the beaches of Mozambique. The comprehensive 42-day Accommodated Overland Safari explores Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Swaziland and Lesotho. Highlights include the Kokerboom Forest, the Sossusvlei dunes, the Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, the St. Lucia Wetland Park and Stellenbosch Wine Route.
Exclusive Overland Safaris are ideal for the more seasoned traveller as they offer a more comfortable mix of fixed accommodation and camping which ensures an extra degree of comfort as well as a slightly smaller group size for a more intimate journey.
The 12-day Exclusive Overland Safari travels through Namibia's central and Northern Region, taking in all the highlights on offer is this Area. This scenic, wildlife and cultural exploration includes the Kaokoveld, Epupa Falls, an Open-vehicle Game Drive, Spitskoppe, Game Walks, Damaraland, Swakopmund, Private Desert Camp, Desert Night Drive, Sossusvlei Dunes, Etosha National Park and a 4x4 trip to Sossusvlei. The 24-day Exclusive Overland Safari that includes Etosha Park starts in Cape Town travelling through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, stopping at Victoria Falls en route to Johannesburg. This wildlife, cultural and scenic safari provides a comprehensive overview of the southern region of Africa.
The shortest Etosha Camping Overland Tour is a 14-day trip that starts in Swakopmund, Namibia traveling through the game parks of Namibia and Botswana, and visiting Victoria Falls. This trip also runs in the opposite direction ending in Swakopmund. There is also a 3 week Camping Overland Tour that starts in Cape Town, South Africa heading north into Namibian and visiting Etosha Park. This safari includes Botswana's Okavango Delta and Chobe and ends in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The next option is a 21-day trip that begins in Victoria Falls and heads over to Botwana's Chobe Park and the Okavango Delta before crossing into Namibian to visit Etosha NP, the Nambian Desert, Swakopmund. The tour ends in Cape Town, South Africa. There is also a 26-day trip from Cape Town South Africa up through Namibia, Botswana, Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and finally on to South Africa's premier reserve the Kruger National Park.
The 32-day Camping Overland Safari travels from Johannesburg in South Africa to Zimbabwe, then Botswana and Namibia, ending in Cape Town, South Africa. The 36-day Camping Overland Tour departs from Cape Town, South Africa and heading north into Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls and onwards to Mozambique. The 42-day Camping Overland Tour is a comprehensive tour from Cape Town through Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabawe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania (including Zanzibar) that ends in Nairobi, Kenya. This tour visits some of the top Wildlife Parks, scenic locations and beautiful beaches in Africa and also runs in the opposite direction. The longest Overland Camping Safari that includes Etosha is a 56-day safari through nine countries taking in game parks, beaches, waterways and rainforests.
The Forty Plus Etosha Safaris are aimed at active older clients, offering travellers an exciting yet safe and secure way of experiencing Africa.
We have a 16-day Forty Plus Safari that explores the top highlights on offer in Namibia including Swakopmund, the Himba Tribes and Etosha National Park before heading off to Victoria Falls. Next there is a 21-day Forty Plus Safari that starts in Cape town and covers the lesser explored areas of the Northern Cape of South Africa, Namibia, Victoria Falls and Botswana before ending in Livingstone at Victoria Falls. There is also a 21 day Forty Plus Safari that starts in Cape Town, South Africa, travelling north through Namibia and visiting Etosha. The tour heads to Victoria Falls in Zambia and on into Botswana before ending back in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Our 4x4 Safaris are aimed at the adventurous traveler that wants to get away from it all. The 4x4 safari is a truly African Bush Experience, and is ideal for those who want to come face to face with unique cultures as well as Africa's wildlife. The 4x4 Etosha Safari is a 22-day adventure safari from Windhoek, through Namibia's dunes and desert, the waterways of the Okavango Delta, and the wildlife of Etosha and Chobe National Park ending in Livingstone, home to Victoria Falls.
Find out more with our Etosha National Park budget travel guide page.