As far back as 1907, this game park was declared a nature reserve. During the 1950's, it extended right up to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, covering a total area of 100 000 square kilometers, which, at that time, made it the largest national park in the world. In 1964, the nature park was "reduced" to 22 270 square kilometers, with a view of creating settlement areas in Kaokoland and Damaraland. Thanks to its great variety and number of wildlife species, the Etosha National Park remains a popular tourist destination.

The Etosha National Park is one of the largest game reserves in the world and is famous for its abundant wildlife. Stretch your legs at Okaukuejo Rest Camp and continue to Mokuti Lodge.

Take a game drive into Etosha Game Reserve, visiting various water holes and have the chance to spot game such as lions, elephants, damara dik-dik etc.


Eros/Windhoek via the Omatako Mountains, Etosha National Park, Mokuti Lodge, Eros/Windhoek via the Waterberg Plateau