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STE4 Namibia Etosha Safari
 

STE4 Namibia Etosha Safari

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More than a century of continuous conservation has ensured that wildlife flourishes in Etosha National Park, much the same as it has over the past millennia. This unspoiled, well-loved Park’s ...

More than a century of continuous conservation has ensured that wildlife flourishes in Etosha National Park, much the same as it has over the past millennia. This unspoiled, well-loved Park’s striking feature is an immense seasonal salt pan of more than 1 900 square miles set in almost 8 500 square miles of gracious African savannah and dry woodland.

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    STE4 Namibia Etosha Safari STE4 Namibia Etosha Safari Presentation Transcript

    • NAMIBIA ETOSHA SAFARISTE4
    • TOURROUTING
    • TOURINFORMATION Departs weekly:Tuesday (Windhoek)Saturday (Windhoek & Swakopmund) Duration: 4 days/3 nights Includes: 3 breakfasts, 3 dinners,accommodation, porterage,transportation and sightseeingas specified Note: Minimum 2 guests
    • TOURHIGHLIGHTS Game drives, Etosha National Park Craft market, Okahandja
    • DAY1Windhoek/Swakopmund-EtoshaDepart Windhoek or Swakopmund. Travel via Okahandja andOtjiwarongo to the Etosha National Park. Join a first game drive.Overnight at Etosha Safari Camp or similar. [Dinner]
    • DAY2EtoshaNationalParkDay excursion into the Park. Explore the various waterholes along theenormous Etosha saltpan. Overnight at Etosha Safari Camp or similar.[Breakfast, Dinner]
    • DAY3EtoshaNationalParkEncounter the big variety of wild life in the Park one more day.Overnight at Kempinski Mokuti Lodge or similar.[Breakfast, Dinner]
    • DAY4EtoshaNationalPark-WindhoekDepart for Windhoek via Otjiwarongo and Okahandja to explore a localhandicraft market. Tour ends in Windhoek during late afternoon.[Breakfast]
    • CONTACTUSPhysical address: 179 Albert RoadWoodstockCape Town, 7925Postal address: P.O. Box 819Cape Town, 8000Tel: +27 21 460 4700Fax: +27 21 448 0003E-mail: tours@springbokatlas.comOnline: www.springbokatlas.comPhysical address: 179 Albert RoadWoodstockCape Town, 7925Postal address: P.O. Box 819Cape Town, 8000Tel: +27 21 460 4700Fax: +27 21 448 0003E-mail: tours@springbokatlas.comOnline: www.springbokatlas.comPictures courtesy of: Ute von Ludwiger