The celebrated Etosha National Park is one of Africa’s largest nature reserves. It scratches at the 23,000 square kilometre mark and protects both vast savannah and bush land.
The wildlife diversity is overwhelming and the perfect base camp to experience it all is the luxurious Onkoshi Camp, scenically located on a peninsula on the fringe of the Etosha Pan, the depression left by a former lake.
Transfers to the Onkoshi Camp are usually arranged via the Namutoni Camp. Both of the refined read more »
The Onkoshi Camp on the fringe of the Etosha Pan in the national park of the same name was completed as recently as 2007. It is the most recent addition to the Namibia Wildlife Resort’s chain.
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Let’s test your Oshivambo, the most commonly spoken language in Namibia: … Well, as you might have guessed, Etosha means as much as great, white, open place.
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