Excursions to Etosha National Park

“Etosha”. A stirring and evocative word that immediately brings to mind one of the great wilderness wonders of the world. A vast, shimmering salt pan that bears testimony to the melting of ice sheets and ancient shifts of tectonic activity.

In its beautiful desolation, the Etosha Pan lives up to its name, which means "Great White Place" in the Oshindonga tongue. When the summer rains come, the pan springs to life with water pools, which attract massive flocks of flamingoes.

But there is a lot more to the Etosha National Park than its pan and its seasonal winged visitors. Etosha is just as renowned for its wide and diverse variety of wildlife, including lion, elephant, rhino, leopard, springbok, two species of zebra, and the beautiful oryx antelope, the national symbol of Namibia.

Ongava Private Game Reserve shares a boundary with Etosha National Park, which makes it a convenient must-visit excursion on your bushveld itinerary.

An intricate web of life waiting to be explored

Whether you're a seasoned wildlife enthusiast or you’re embarking on your first safari, a guided excursion from Ongava to Etosha National Park offers an unparalleled opportunity to connect with the raw and unfiltered beauty of nature.

From elusive predators on the prowl to graceful antelope grazing at the water's edge, the park harbours an intricate web of life waiting to be explored, with our expert guides leading the way and sharing their knowledge and stories.

A safari to Etosha is a journey back in time, to an age of ice and fire, when the earth was being shaped by the tumult of natural forces.