When planning your trip to Etosha National Park, there are a number of important travel requirements to keep in mind so that you can plan accordingly and enjoy your trip. We have a selection of travel tips and suggestions to help you make your way through the park selecting the best routes. Information on Malaria and preventative action is also included:
With 5 camps available to the public, you will need to decide which one is right for you before you enter the park. Your travels through the park are also dependent on which gate you enter. Whether you are looking at using camping facilities within the park or if you enjoy more luxury, there are a number of lodges and chalets to utilize.
Malaria is always a concern when travelling in such areas ,but its severity is debatable. It is always advisable to take precautionary measures when in the park and take some form of repellent if you are concerned. The winter months are generally not an issue with so little water available in the park for mosquitoes to breed.