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Join this exciting safari tour with an experienced guide in Etosha National Park! During this all-inclusive safari camp, you are guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience and insight into everything this extraordinary park has to offer. Sasa Safari Camp ensures that this tour is unique and perfect for you. They will take care of you from the moment you arrive at Namibia and all you need to do is just enjoy what Namibia has to offer - a land of contrasts, abundant wildlife, vast plains, natural beauty, friendly people, adventure destinations, diverse landscapes... the list is endless! Sasa Safari Camp treasures every opportunity to showcase all the beauty of Namibia.
Olifantsrus Camp is located in the northwestern part of Etosha National Park between Okaukuejo and Dolomite Camp. The area has ten campsites with five power stands, and each is shared among two campsites. The campsites are equipped to take a maximum of 8 people per site. Facilities include a braai site for guests and flat bases to make fire, ablution facilities, a communal kitchen which includes; a two plate gas stove and a fridge, and a kiosk selling beverages and light meals. The camp opens at sunrise and closes at sunset as per the general park regulations and day visitors are only allowed to use the picnic facilities up until 4:00 p.m.
Okaukuejo is located 17 kilometers from the southern entrance of the park, Anderson Gate. Okaukuejo is the oldest tourist camp in Etosha and it also functions as the administrative center of the park. Okaukuejo is also home to the Etosha Ecological Institute. It is situated at the western end of the Etosha Pan. Facilities include a restaurant, bar, shop, swimming pool, kiosk, and campsites.
The main attraction of this camp is that it overlooks a permanent waterhole which is floodlit at night. There, a wide diversity of wildlife congregates and interact from lion to rhino to elephant and antelope. The spectacle starts at dawn, with animals coming in large numbers to quench their thirst. The activity continues throughout the day until late at night. In the early evenings, it is not uncommon to have black rhino, elephant, and lion all drinking at the same time.
At Mopane Village Campsite, there are four pristine and private camping sites, for the true adventurers. Each campsite features an electrical point, lights, a private braai area, and private ablution with flushing toilets and hot water for showering.
The Etosha Village Camp Site is nestled in the spectacular green and gold Mopani forests surrounding Etosha National Park and caters for both Groups as well as individual travelers.
The two spacious group campsites are ideal for larger groups and can accommodate a maximum of 25 - 30 tents. These sites are equipped with power outlets, running water, lights, barbeque area, and separate ladies and gents bathroom facilities each featuring toilets, washbasins, and showers. The four individual campsites are also equipped with power outlets, running water, lights, barbeque, and a well-kept shared ablution.
Inspiring cuisine can be enjoyed at the Etosha Village Restaurant situated walking distance from the campsite. On-site facilities include swimming pools and a bar area with a big-screen television as well as a fully stocked utility and curio shop. Guided excursions to Etosha and sundowner drives can also be booked at reception.
In an otherwise flat area, Halali Campsite is perched between a few hills and koppies. Thicker vegetation makes this popular with leopard, rhino, and elephant. Situated halfway between Namutoni and Okaukuejo, the Halali Campsite is centrally located in close proximity of some of the most popular waterholes of the Etosha National Park. A short walk will take you to the camp’s floodlit waterhole with excellent day and night game viewing.
‘Halali’ is the German word for the traditional ending of a hunt. The campsite signifies the end of game hunting and the rise of eco-tourism in Namibia. Halali offers active guests the largest pool in the park and its strategic location between Namutoni and Okaukuejo makes it a great stopover for lunch, ice cream, a cool drink or just petrol.
The facilities of Onguma Bush Camp are available to camping guests. Meals need to be booked at the reception well in advance to avoid disappointment. The Onguma Campsite is fenced in, however, adult supervision of children is required at all times. The camping guests must bring along their own foodstuffs.
Located in the eastern part of Etosha National Park, Namutoni Camp is built into an old German fort and features an elevated view of the King Nehale Waterhole. The camp is in close proximity to Fisher’s Pan, making it a hotspot for birders. Fort Namutoni was declared a national monument in 1950 and was opened to tourism in 1957. The camp features spacious and comfortable chalets with en-suite bathrooms. There are two restaurants at the camp, African Fusion, and The Steakhouse. Other camp facilities include a bar, a shop, a petrol station, and a swimming pool.
Sasa Safari Camp's guide welcomes you at Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH) in Windhoek. After the great and meet, you will depart for the more or less six-hour journey to the western part of Etosha National Park. You will enter the park at Galton Gate, where your Etosha National Park adventure starts!
Soon, you will be overwhelmed by the dolomite outcrops of the pristine western Etosha National Park. Enjoy the remoteness of western Etosha, until you reach your first campsite at Olifantsrus (depending on availability). If no availability, you will enjoy a game drive today and will depart for another campsite outside the park, close to the western entrance of Etosha. Your guide will show you your already erected tent, with stretcher beds, and all necessities. Enjoy a sundowner at the campfire and a home-cooked bush dinner.
On our way to the oldest camp in Etosha, namely Okaukuejo, you will enjoy a two- to three-hour game drive through western Etosha. The main attraction of Okaukuejo is that it overlooks a permanent waterhole, which is floodlit at night. There, a wide diversity of wildlife congregates and interacts. Usually at dawn, animals are coming in large numbers to quench their thirst, this activity continues throughout the day and deep into the night. In the early evenings, it is not uncommon to have black rhinoceros, elephant, and lion all drinking at the same. During the day, you will visit several waterholes in the Okaukuejo area. If the campsite at Okaukuejo is not available, you will depart for another campsite outside the park.
Today, after a bush breakfast, you will depart for the Halali area, which is perched between a few hills. Leopard, rhino and elephant sitings is some of the popular sightings in this area, mainly due to thicker vegetation. The word "Halali" is the German word for the traditional ending of a hunt, explaining that this camp signifies the end of game hunting and the rise of eco-tourism.
This camp is situated halfway between Namutoni and Okaukuejo and is ideally located of very popular waterholes. A short walk will take you to the camp’s floodlit waterhole with excellent day and night game viewing. If no availability at this camp, you will either continue to Namutoni area or back to Okaukuejo.
Today, you will depart for the eastern side of Etosha National Park. Namutoni camp was built into an old German Fort and offers a unique atmosphere. Game viewing of unique species, such as the Damara Dik Dik to the majestic elephants is possible in this area. Namutoni is close to the Fisher's Pan, which is a hotspot for birders. If no availability at Namutoni, you will depart during the late afternoon to a campsite outside the park.
While you capture all your extraordinary wildlife memories of the past few days, enjoy a last sundowner at your bush fire, African sunset, and star-lit sky!
After breakfast, you will depart for Outjo / Windhoek for your journey back home.
Located in southwestern Africa, Namibia boasts a well-developed infrastructure, some of the best tourist facilities in Africa, and an impressive list of breathtaking natural wonders. Visitors can explore the capital of Windhoek and discover the lovely coastal town of Swakopmund boasting remnants of the country’s German influence, reflected in the architecture, culture, cuisine and the annual Oktoberfest celebrations.
To properly appreciate this extraordinary country, you will have to venture out of the cities to explore the remarkable natural landscapes Namibia has to offer. These include the impressive Fish River Canyon; the vast Etosha National Park teeming with abundant wildlife, such as lions, desert-adapted elephants, and the Hartmann's Mountain Zebra; the hauntingly beautiful Kalahari Desert; and of course, the Namib Desert stretching for over 2000 kilometers along the magnificent Atlantic Coast. Namibia is an ideal destination for travelers seeking an unforgettable African experience in a uniquely beautiful untamed wilderness.
Situated in the western part of Etosha National park, Etosha West is a new addition to this world-famous wildlife sanctuary. Formerly a restricted area, the wilder western region accessed through Galton Gate has previously had limited access. Today, it is open to all visitors who wish to discover the secluded reaches of this spectacular park.
Visitors to Etosha West can look forward to exploring the magnificent scenery of this remote north Namibian landscape characterized by lush undulating terrain and a reddish-brown soil, which is a stark contrast to the white dusty clay soil of Etosha East’s flat expansive plains. The area boasts numerous waterholes attracting elephant, rhino, leopard, lion, and a variety of buck. Don’t miss the opportunity to catch a glimpse of the rare Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra and black-faced impala.
Located just south of the boundary of Etosha National Park in northwestern Namibia, Etosha South makes up the southern region of this wild paradise. Ongava Private Game Reserve shares the southern boundary with Etosha National Park and offers an array of luxury lodges overlooking picturesque landscapes dotted with abundant wildlife. The national park can be accessed via the southern entrance at Andersson’s Gate.
Visitors can catch a glimpse of a variety of wildlife including lion, giraffe, elephant, white and black rhino, and a multitude of plains game. Popular activities include game drives, tracking rhinos on foot, guided nature walks, or watch the sunset over this magnificent landscape.
Situated in northwestern Namibia, the Etosha National Park offers a premier game viewing experience. The park’s diverse vegetation ranges from dense bush to open plains attracting a variety of wildlife. Located in the heart of the park is the Etosha Pan - a shallow depression that covers an area of 5000 square kilometers. Dry and shimmering for most of the year, the pans fill up with water after seasonal rains, making it the perfect habitat for wildlife. In the dry season, the wildlife is attracted to the perennial springs and waterholes that makes for excellent game viewing.
Visitors can look forward to world-class game viewing including a variety of large mammals such as lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, zebra, giraffe, a diversity of birdlife such as flamingoes and pelicans.
Located in Northwestern Namibia, Etosha East is a protected sanctuary in the eastern part of the world-renowned Etosha National Park, known as one of the most accessible game reserves in Southern Africa. Etosha East boasts vast open plains scattered with semi-arid savannah grasslands dotted with watering holes and secluded bush camps. An impressive 5000-square-kilometer Etosha salt pan makes up a large area of the eastern side of the park and can even be seen from space.
This remote area teems with abundant wildlife such as lions, elephants, black rhinos and giraffes, as well as a variety of birdlife featuring flamingos, ostriches, eagles, hornbills, and owls.
Traditional Namibian cuisine is rarely served and so the food at restaurants tends to be European in style and is, generally, of a very high standard. Namibia is very meat-orientated, and many menu options will feature steaks from various animals. However, there is usually a vegetarian and seafood section offered by most camps and restaurants.
In the supermarkets, you'll find pre-wrapped fresh fruit and vegetables (though the more remote the areas you visit, the smaller your choice), and plenty of canned foods, pasta, rice, bread, etc. Most of this is imported from South Africa.
The water in Namibia's main towns is generally safe to drink, though it may taste a little metallic if it has been piped for miles. Natural sources should usually be purified, though water from underground springs and dry riverbeds seldom causes any problems. However, filtered and bottled water is readily available in most towns and all camps, lodges, and hotels.
Hosea Kutako International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Windhoek Hosea Kutako International Airport (WDH). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Sasa Safari Camp will pick you up from the airport.
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