Etosha National Park

In the northern reaches of Namibia lies Etosha National Park, a vast expanse of wilderness that contrasts dramatically with the common perceptions of Africa

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Dotted throughout this park are the pans that give Etosha its unique appearance and name, translating roughly to the ‘White Place’. This very landscape has also been a cradle for the Himba people. These indigenous residents have a rich history tied to this region. However, while the Himba have thrived, they’ve faced socio-political challenges, often marginalized and facing issues related to land rights, something not frequently discussed in tourism circles.

In the wider context of African geography, Etosha stands distinct. Geographically, it occupies a significant position in northern Namibia, but geologically, its white pans set it apart from other African game reserves. The indigenous history here runs deep, with age-old tales of survival, cultural evolution, and adaptation to one of the planet’s most challenging environments.

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Best Time To Visit: Etosha National Park

While Etosha is enchanting year-round, the dry season from May to October is particularly alluring. Wildlife congregates around waterholes, offering unparalleled viewing opportunities. However, the wetter months offer their own charm with lush landscapes and vibrant birdlife.

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Etosha offers experiences that touch every sense. Embrace the wild with bush walks that bring you closer to the minutiae of this ecosystem. Game drives are a revelation, with desert-adapted species showcasing nature’s incredible adaptability. And as night engulfs Etosha, the spectacle isn’t over. The clear skies make stargazing a magical experience.

Etosha National Park, Namibia

Conservation Projects

Conservation is a word that resonates deeply within the boundaries of Etosha. One notable initiative is The Etosha Lion Project. Dedicated to preserving and understanding the region’s lion population, this project delves into research and protective measures to ensure these majestic cats continue to roam freely.


Connectivity and logistics

Reaching Etosha National Park is a journey in itself. Most visitors fly into Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek, Namibia’s capital. From there, a combination of domestic flights and road transfers lead to the heart of Etosha, a journey worth every moment.


Our Approach

Remote, Exclusive, Seamless

At Fitzroy, we emphasize personal interactions and a bespoke service from start to finish, valuing traditional engagement methods over digital communication. As primarily an offline business, we focus on face-to-face and telephone consultations to provide tailored guidance based on your unique interests.

We invite you to contact us for a meeting or telephone conversation, allowing us to understand and craft your travel plans to meet your specific expectations and preferences.

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