Designated as a game reserve in 1907, Etosha National Park is home to hundreds of species, including the endangered black rhinoceros. If you're looking for a huge bio diversity to watch, Etosha is the perfect place.
Namibia Wildlife Resorts offer accommodation facilities in five different sites inside the park. Safety being the number-one concern, all are provided with game-proof fences. Tour operators have on offer different options depending on your needs. A three-day Express Safari is available for around £220 (~$360), and also longer ones, such as a 20 days adventure covering both Namibia and Botswana, for about £2,600 (~$4,245).