11 Days Luxury Etosha National Park Safari

  • Windhoek - Namib Desert - Damaraland - Kunene - Etosha National Park


Conservation Etosha Safari

The lands of Africa needs to be protected! You will explore the best places Namibia has to offer and at the same time, this-11 day safari will give you an understanding of how important nature is. African Wildlife Foundation’s leading conservation experts will provide insight into the compelling conservation issues facing both the wildlife and people of Namibia. You are allowed to find a joy of nature, but to preserve is all human beings' responsibility. Relish and cherish the lands!


  • Game drives
  • Guided walking safari
  • Specialized naturalist guides
  • 10 nights’ accommodation
  • Airport transfers
  • 1 breakfast

Group sizes

The maximum participants in the group is 12.

  • 10 activity days
  • English
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You will spend 1 night at The Olive Exclusive Hotel, 2 nights at Kulala Wilderness Reserve, 2 nights at Grootberg Lodge, 2 nights at Serra Cafema, and 2 nights at Etosha National Park.

The Olive Exclusive Hotel

The Olive Exclusive has seven suites that are individually decorated to reflect a different region in Namibia, and each has its own lounge area with a fireplace and dining room for private dining. Wide glass doors open onto spacious decks where you can relax on a shady daybed, enjoy al fresco lunches, or take a dip in your own private plunge pool.

The rooms have extra-length beds dressed in crisp, pure cotton linen, air conditioning, high definition satellite TV, and iPod docking stations as well as Wi-Fi access. There's a fully stocked minibar, complete with a premium wine selections. The Olive Exclusive boasts a quality restaurant featuring a seasonal menu, with inventive signature dishes. The fully stocked bar also features a classic selection of fine whiskey.

Grootberg Lodge

Grootberg Lodge has 14 twin and 2 family rock and thatch chalets gazing out over the Klip River Valley where black eagles are a regular sight. Two family units provide enough space for parents and two children to share comfortably. Each room has a shower, toilet, and washbasin complimented with the necessary amenities. The rooms each have a writing desk, bedside lamps, and a small deck in front of the unit. Small coffee and tea stations are provided with hot water flasks (the refill available at the main area).

Serra Cafema

Serra Cafema consists of eight riverside wood, canvas, and thatched villas on spacious, elevated decks blended smoothly into the picturesque surroundings. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom, ceiling fan, and mosquito nets. One of these rooms is an intimate, luxurious honeymoon villa with exceptional views, while another accommodates a family. The Ozonganda, or main area, comprises indoor and outdoor dining areas, sunken lounge, library, curio shop, and swimming pool, all sharing views of the Kunene River.

You will spend your 11 days starting from the Namib Desert with its iconic orange sand dunes, to the stark skeleton coast with its desert-adapted elephants, and finally, to the wildlife-rich of Etosha National Park.

Day 1

You will arrive at Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH) in the capital of Namibia, and then be transferred to the contemporary, stylish, and luxurious Olive Exclusive Hotel. You will meet your African Wildlife Foundation safari leader and review your journey ahead.

Day 2 - 3

After breakfast, you will depart on a scenic flight to the private Kulala Wilderness Reserve nestled in the Sossusvlei landscape. Situated in the Namib Desert, the oldest desert in the world, this landscape is famous for its huge, orange dunes, which you will explore and photograph during your stay. You will also go for some game drives and take some game walks. Desert-adapted wildlife like the ostrich, springbok, oryx, spotted and brown hyena, bat-eared fox, and the dune lark abound in this area. After that, you will stay at a villa set among ancient camelthorn trees on the ephemeral Auab River.

Day 4 - 5

You will board a scenic flight as you head north to Damaraland. Perched on the rim of a plateau, Grootberg Lodge, an African Wildlife Foundation conservation enterprise, stands sentinel over the valley below. Grootberg Lodge is not only an exceptional base for exploring the landscape but also the first conservation in Namibia, as its profits go back to the local conservancy. You will explore the 12,000 hectares of the reserve by foot and vehicle as you track the elusive desert-adapted elephant and visit nearby Himba villages. The real highlight of your tracking will be the local population of endangered black rhinos.

Day 6 - 7

You will continue to fly north near the border of Angola as you settle into Serra Cafema, an oasis surrounded by shady trees on the banks of the only water source in the entire region. Your wildlife viewing will include gemsbok, springbok, and the endangered mountain zebra, along with enormous Nile crocodiles that inhabit the river.

Day 8 - 10

The capstone of your safari will be spent within the wilderness haven of Etosha National Park. Here, you can expect an unrivaled game viewing afforded by the tranquility of your own private game reserve. You will spend your days watching huge elephant herds at watering holes or try to keep count of the seemingly limitless groups of zebra, giraffe, buffalo, and more.

Day 11

On the final day, you will fly back to Windhoek and connect to your international flights home.

This safari will take place at Kulala WIldenress Reserve, Grootberg Lodge, Serra Cafema, and Etosha National Park.

Etosha National Park

Etosha National Park takes its name from the local pan, one of the largest saltpans in Africa. Around the pan, the landscape ranges from broad swathes of mopane and tall tree canopies to open plains. The national park and the neighboring game reserve are always full of wildlife, including black-faced impala and their impressive predators, including large populations of lions. The area is home to the largest populations of both white and black rhinos and the bird life is prolific, with more than 340 species.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast

The following dietary requirements are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
(If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation)
  • Ballooning
  • Boating on the Kunene River
  • Horseback riding
  • Quad biking

After days of exploration, you can pamper yourself with a massage provided by Grootberg Lodge at an extra cost.

  • 1 breakfast
  • 10 nights' accommodation
  • African Wildlife Foundation leaders
  • Airport transfers
  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Internal charter flights
  • Park fees
  • Specialized naturalist guides
  • Dringking water in vehicles
  • Window seats in comfortable vehicles
  • Beverages
  • Fuel surcharge
  • International flights
  • Passport and visa fees
  • Personal items
  • Travel insurance

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH). Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be picked up by African Wildlife Foundation. This pickup is included in the price.


  • Review by Devinia Sookia

    "Africa is a continent with the most beautiful wildlife. African Wildlife Foundation is doing a wonderful job trying to protect the animals out there. We need to support this organization if we don't want to have many extinct animals."

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  • Review by Edward Bornstein

    "I have been donating to African Wildlife Foundation, every year, for 30 years or more. I see the things that humans do to the other creatures on the planet and it makes me ashamed to be a human. All I can do is give cash to African Wildlife Foundation. I wish I could do more."

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  • Review by Cyrille Timmerman

    "It is so important that the wildlife in Africa, and also in rest of the world, need to be protected. I have been in Tanzania for many times and I can tell you it is so special to see all the wildlife around, so it really has to be protected! African Wildlife Foundation is doing the good work to communicate about what's going on. That's step 1 to let people know that the wildlife needs to be taken care of."

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Nairobi, Kenya

African Wildlife Foundation is a non-profit organization that works together with the people of Africa to ensure the wildlife and wild lands of Africa will endure forever.

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11 days / 10 nights


Arrival: Monday June 19, 2017
Departure: Thursday June 29, 2017

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