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Get out of the city and experience the chance to see the predators up close. These animals are known as 'ambassador' animals. Unable to be released back into the wild for a number of reasons, these animals now call N/a'ankuse home, and allow N/a'ankuse to educate tourists and locals alike all about their habits and behaviours whilst taking some photos from up close.
Search for Namibian wildlife on a 4-night, family-friendly Etosha National Park safari with round-trip transport from Windhoek. Game drives explore watering holes and the vast Etosha Pan, while cultural activities feature farms, Herero handicrafts, and free time in Swakopmund. Included accommodations inside and outside Etosha mean you’ll experience the sights and sounds of the Namibian night—from dramatic sunsets to the dawn chorus—in a wide range of landscapes.
Explore the stunning arid landscapes of Namibia's iconic Etosha National Park during this three-hour game drive through savannas and plains. An expert guide will transport you over the unforgiving terrain of the Etosha Pan and point out lions, elephants and other Big Five animals. More than 114 species call this amazing park home and travelers who journey through it have a chance to see them all. Choose from morning, afternoon or evening game drives to meet your schedule.
You don’t have to take a multi-day safari to see Africa’s big game—on this half-day excursion to Okapuka Ranch, you can spot animals such as impalas, oryx, elands, giraffes, warthogs, kudus, white rhinos, and more. Spend the afternoon exploring the bush and learning about the park’s exotic inhabitants. You’ll be back in time to enjoy dinner in the city.
Travel from Windhoek to Durstenbrook Guest Farm for an afternoon of big game spotting. On the Cats Unlimited drive, watch as cheetahs and leopards are fed their dinner. Then embark on an afternoon game drive to view wildebeest, springbok, kudu, oryx, giraffe, and more. Last but not least, visit the on-site dam to see the resident hippo herd wallow in the mud.