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If youre in the mood to explore in between siestas and swimming, pay a visit to the flood-lit waterhole or venture out on a guided night drive.
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Halali also offers great nature walks within the camp.
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Dont forget to watch out for cattle and warthogs in the road.
From Windhoek, the easiest route will take you to the Von Lindenquist entrance gate, passing Otjiwarongo and Tsumeb along the way. From the gate, continue about 11 km inside the park and youll reach Namutoni rest camp. A great place to kick off your Etosha National Park safari.
If you would like to kick start your safari from a different entrance, you can choose from the entrance gates below leading into Etosha galway guesthouses National Park.
Entrance Gates for Etosha National Park The entrance gate to the park in the east is called Andersson Gate in honour of the explorer Charles Andersson who teamed with Francis Galton to become the first Europeans to record the existence of Etosha Pan when they reached Namutoni in 1851. Von Lindequist Gate is the eastern entrance to the park. The name is in honour of the Governor of the then German South West Africa who had the foresight to proclaim Etosha a game reserve alnwick guesthouses on 22 March 1907.
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Etosha National Park Traveller Reviews As mentioned in other reviews the entrance road was 20 km and required a 4x4 to navigate during the wet season.
Our efforts however were rewarded with multiple close encounters with the spectacular wildlife; including giraffes, zebras, kudu, guinea fowl, wildebeests, and wart hogs.
Since these were our first animal sightings, it added to the anticipation as we arrived at the lodge.
Review Resource: guesthouses paignton Trip Advisor Not to miss are the game drives. for the most of the trip we drove ourselves - what we forgot is that an early morning drive into the park with our guide - William - gives guesthouses nsw you acess to the local guides radios and thereby ensures that you see the opportunities you might miss alone. Time spent with a pride of thirteen well-fed lions was amazing. Review Resource: Trip guesthouses paignton Advisor On our half day game drive we wanted to see lions and rhino.
We would recommend doing a game drive at least once to see those animals which are hard to find.