This six days Etosha photographic safari is conducted inside Etosha national park. Etosha National Park is the most diverse park in Namibia. The park offers a home to a large number of mammals and birds and is ideal for photography.
The word Etosha means ‘ large white area’. Etosha is referring to the large dried up pan in the centre of the National Park. The Etosha pan is spectacular during the rainy season and is known to be a water splendour after some good rains have fallen.
Our Etosha photographic safaris are under the guidance of professional safari guides. Amateur and professional photographers are welcome to join our trips. The focus of this six-day Etosha photographic safari is to explore the vast diversity of landscapes and wildlife in the park.
Our focus is on the main waterholes in Etosha. Our destinations in the park will shift according to the seasons. We choose two camps as a base from where we will explore the park. Etosha photographic safari also offers the opportunity for night photography. The great thing about the waterholes are the floodlight spotlights.
The watering holes will allow for some exciting night photography. The waterholes at the main camps are perfect for setting up your tripod and shooting at night time. There are no time limits at these waterholes and the night is ours to explore.
Private departures are available with a minimum of 4 people.
Etosha National Park
Min 4 people, max six people.
Windhoek – Etosha National Park – Onguma Game Reserve.
We will depart the capital of Namibia, Windhoek at 07:30 am this morning and take our journey past Okahandja, Otjiwarongo, and Outjo towards the Etosha National Park.
This day one is a transit day of introductions and a change of landscapes on the route towards the Etosha Park. Our entry point to the park will vary according to our seasons. We will have time for on-road lunch and a final briefing on what to prepare and expect on your Etosha Photographic Safari.
Etosha National Park.
We spent the next four days exploring the Wildlife and Birdlife of Etosha National Park. Our Basecamp is set inside the park and allows us to explore the watering holes and vast open landscapes of the Etosha Park. Our guide will be introducing some of the critical aspects of animal and bird behaviour and allow us to capture this with our cameras.
Day 6 Etosha Village.
Our final day of game drives is inside the Etosha National Park. We will depart the park at 5 pm this afternoon. Our evening will be at Etosha Village a nearby private lodge next to the Etosha Park.
Etosha National Park.
Our Photographic Safari is coming to an end, and we will take our final transfer towards our starting point again. We depart the park with great memories and hopefully, some fantastic wildlife experiences captured on our cameras.