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Etosha Pan: Tours & Tickets

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Etosha National Park, Namibia
+49 4101 3750601
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Visited after a period of 3 years with little or no rain, so the animals appeared at the waterholes in the mornings and late afternoons. Wildlife really close the game drive vehicles, really important to pay for a guide, they are superb and so knowledgeable.
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We did a ten day Namibia/Botswana self-drive staying in an Okaukeujo waterhole chalet two nights (great) and a Halali family unit (so/so) one night. For us Etosha was about seeing the animals so we seemed to be in our car all the time. Our rest time was from 1-3:30 pm and
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So much to see and in such a huge landscape of salt pans, desert and bush. Animals quite easy to find near the water holes particularly as in the third year of a drought.
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We had the best time and would go back tomorrow given half a chance! The staff in reception are a little grumpy and disinterested but try not to let that put you off! Once you are on your way the park really is full of amazing sites! We drove slower than the average driver,
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We were in Etosha these 2 last days for the first Time, thinking it was great to drive your own car to try to see wildilfe. Yes we saw many amazing animals and the water hole of Halali was very nice to watch the animals without disturbing them and polluting. BUT What we felt
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