The Etosha National Park is the most popular game park in all of Namibia. Located in the Northern Part of the country, the closest town is Tsumeb. The Park surrounds the Etosha Pan, a salt pan covering an area of 4 590 square kilometres while the park is 22 270 square km big. When proclaimed in 1907, the Etosha National park was the biggest national park in the world.
The Park has four camps namely Namutoni, Halali, Okaukuejo and Onkoshi that are administered by NWR. These are some of the finest Camps in Southern Africa and well worth a visit. The park has three gates with the Anderson Gate being the main entrance to the park.
Known as one of the finest Game Parks in the World, Etosha offers a varying landscape. Saline desert, that fills up and becomes a lake in the rainy season, woodlands and Savannah. The park offers visitors 114 different species of mammal and also the largest population of the highly endangered Black Rhino in the word.
Etosha has a selection of Lodges, Hotels, Swimming pools and shops that caters for everyone when on safari in Namibia