Etosha Nationalpark Information

Etosha Nationalpark Information


Fees are Subject to Change Yearly

Halali, Namutoni. Okaukuejo

  • Campsite Fees Max 8 people: N$ 300 (Nov 18- June 19)
  • Campsite Fees Max 8 people: N$ 350 ( Jul 19 – Oct 19)
  • Eight people max per campsite.

Olifantsrus Campsite 

  • Camping Fees Max eight people: N$ 350
  • Day visitor entry fee: N$ 30

Daily Entrance Fees

  • Adults (Foreign) is N$  80-00 per adult per day
  • Rates for Adults (SADC) is N$  60-00 per adult per day
  • Adults (Namibian) is N$  30-00 per adult per day
  • Children under 16 years are free of charge

Daily Vehicle Fees 

  • Cars with ten seats or less are N$  10-00 per vehicle per day
  • Cars with 11-25 seats are N$  40-00 per vehicle per day
  • Vehicles with 26-50 seats are N$  300-00 per vehicle per day

Etosha Nationalpark Information: Rules & Guidelines

  • Guests must report to reception on arrival
  • Accommodation is available from 12:00 pm and must be vacated by 10:00 am
  • When on game drives, remain in your vehicle at all times
  • Obey all the traffic signs in the park
  • Only persons with a valid driver’s license can drive in the park
  • No one is allowed to remove any wildlife or plants.

The Following is Not Allowed 

  • Pets are not allowed
  • No firearms or projectile- shooting weapons.
  • Motorcycles are not allowed
  • Please do not feed the wild animals.
  • Silence is required around the waterholes and checks to make sure before heading out that waterholes are open for viewing
  • Please do not Litter inside the Park.
  • No person must leave they’re cars or step outside of their vehicles inside the park leaving your vehicle, unless in designated marked areas in the park.
  • No Drones in the Park.

Etosha Nationalpark Information: Travelling Times

Monthly Travel recommendation of The Etosha park.

January, February, March:
These months are typical of rains in the afternoons and animals are giving birth during this season. Animals don’t tend to have to go top watering holes as there is random water all over the park.

April – May:
It is a healthy raining season then the last rains will still fall in April. Sightings along the watering holes are less as the park as natural water scattered all over. April can be exciting as the Springboks and impalas can have a second birth after November rains. Their gestation period is only four months and generally during April, and early maybe one can still see offsprings being born.

June – July – August. 
This time is typical winter months, and the park will start to dry up on the naturally scattered water. Winter is when the animals start heading back towards the watering holes. The mornings and the evenings are cold, and sometimes the best sightings are in the middle of the day when it warms up.

Sept – Nov
Spring is rated for the best months of animal sightings as it warms up and the park is arid. Animals tend to gather around the watering holes, and many of the predators have youngins to feed during these times. If the rains are early in November, it is not uncommon to have first offsprings with the impalas and Springboks.

Dec – Jan:
The rains are falling, and the park is starting to show life as the grass turns green. There is an excitement amongst the animals as more grazing is available. The herds are coming together, and these are the times for large crowds and contrast with the backgrounds.

It is not uncommon to see flocks of migrating birds during these times as the rains bring food and the pan regularly fills towards the eastern part near Onkoshi and Namutoni. Allows for possible flamingo’s on their way towards makgadikgadi pans to breed.

Etosha Nationalpark Information: Malaria

Etosha National Park is a low-risk Malaria Region. There have been isolated cases of Malaria in the park, and these only were recorded during the Raining season and people that came from the North of Namibia. As a precautionary matter, we do suggest that you consult your GP on Malaria Prophylaxis when visiting Etosha during Jan – April. The winter temperatures and dry season are not suitable for the mosquitos and in general, there is a high low risk during June – Dec. Most travellers will make use of Malarone tablets.

Etosha is a low-risk Malaria region.

Etosha Nationalpark Information: Guided Game Drives

These guided game drives are in customised open vehicles. They all depart and return to the main camps of Etosha.

Game drives on offer at Halali camp, Namutoni Camp, Okaukuejo Camp, Dolomite Camp, Onkoshi Camp. 

  • Morning drives N$ 650 per person
  • Night drives N$ 750 per person

Please book well in advance to ensure availability.

Etosha Park Information: Entry Gates

  • Anderson’s Gate is on the southwestern end of the park and is reachable on the C38 from Outjo.
    The closest camp is Okaukuejo.
  • Von Lindequist Gate lies in the east and connects to the B1. Tsumeb is the closest town to this gate.
    Namutoni Camp is only a short drive from the gate.
  • Galton Gate lies on the western end of the park.
  • King Nehale Lya Mpingana Gate is at the northern end of the park and is 48 km from the main road to Ondangwa.
  • The Park Gates open and close according to the sunrise and sunset times of every month.
  • Summer months offer the most extensive window period to enter and exit the park.


Park and Camp Gate Entry and Exit Times 

Months  Sunrise  Sunset 
January  06h20 19h40
February 06h40 19h30
March 06h50 19h20
April 1 Hour back  06h00 17h50
May  06h10 17h50
June  06h20 17h30
July  06h30 17h30
August 06h20 17h30
September 07h00 18h40
October 06h30 18h50
November  06h20 19h10
December  06h10 19h20

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