• Debatably one of the finest game viewing national parks in Africa
  • Vast vistas and open plains teeming with wildlife
  • Excellent for lion and rhino as well as elephant during the dry winter months
  • Birding within the mix of habitats is excellent with bustards and birds of prey well represented

Winter months from May through to August for mammals.

December through to March following the rains for bird watching.

Moderately priced chalet options within the four park camps (Okaukuejo, Halali, Namutoni and Dolomite) and a choice of safari lodges outside the park ranging from moderate to expensive.

Overland from Windhoek or Swakopmund as part of a scheduled itinerary or by air on a charter flight as part of a fly-in safari.

  • Game viewing by driving around or simply relaxing at an active waterhole watching the wildlife come and go.
  • Photographic opportunities are many and highly varied from wildlife to scenic.
  • Bird watching within the mix of habitats is excellent and varied, from salt pan and open plain to broad leafed woodland and thornbush.
  • Waterhole viewing by flood light at night within the camps for a special experience

Either in the rest camp chalets in the park or one of the many lodges to the south and east of the Park entry gates depending on personal preference and budget considerations.


Patrick and Marie-Louise Cardwell
PO Box 74, Simons Town 7995 South Africa
Ph/Fax: +27 21 786 1414
Mobile: +27 83 272 2455
Skype: mlcardwell