- Endorsed by EtoshaNationalPark.org
- Easy to open on any device
- Users can make digital notes on the PDF
- All public roads in the park
- Park gates, camps, waterholes, picnic sites, toilets &viewpoints
- Nearby essential services such as fuel, shops, hospitals & clinics
- Important contact details for breakdowns & emergencies
- Practical travel information for the Etosha National Park
Please Note: This PDF versions are not printable.
A world-class safari experience, the Etosha National Park is one of Namibia’s most visited destinations and its best-known wildlife reserve. Centered around the Etosha Pan – a massive ancient inland lake which is bone dry for much of the year – and with summer temperatures reaching 45˚C, Etosha might seem like an unusual place to come to see African fauna. However, in reality, the parks varied flora, its large size and an abundance of waterholes makes this an ideal place to see animals.
Located conveniently close to the major B1 highway, which runs in a north-south direction through Namibia, Etosha is in the north of the country – around 5 hours drive from Windhoek. The closest towns, Tsumeb and Outjo, are about 100km away and visitors are advised to stock up on supplies at these points, before heading to the park. With around 700km of well-maintained roads suitable for sedan vehicles and perhaps 30 waterholes, visitors to Etosha can explore the park on their own, without the need for a guide.
There are also various camps or lodges inside the park. These include the long established restcamps of Okaukuejo (closet gate is Anderson Gate), Halali and Namutoni (close to Von Lindequist Gate), as well as the private Onkoshi Lodge, all found in the eastern section of the park. Entrance to the western section of the park was restricted until recently, and there are two private accommodations in this area, namely Dolomite and Olifantsrus.
InfoMap’s Etosha PDF map is a great, one-stop resource for visitors to Etosha. With both the eastern and western sides of the park, the map includes GPS points, distances, waterholes, camps, toilets, picnic sites, fuel availability, shops, hospitals and clinics. It also lists useful travel information including contacts details in the event of breakdowns or emergencies. The PDF format offers a simple, affordable option to paper maps. We have created this map from our own visits to the park, and our desire to create a quality digital alternative for visitors to this extraordinary Namibian destination.