Von Lindequist gate

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One of Etosha national park's official access gates.

Named after Friedrich von Lindequist who was Governor of Namibia during the colonial era.

What to do there?Pay for park fees, acquire park tickets or get information about the park.

Best time to visitAny time of the year

Location of Von Lindequist gate Von Lindequist gate sits on the eastern end of Etosha national park, and about a kilometre from the Etosha salt pan.

There are several lodges and camps in the area for accommodation.

How to get thereBy road or air, with the latter using the Mokuti lodge airstrip nearby or others both in and around the park.

Or drive there from anywhere within Namibia, using a private or rental vehicle. It is about a 6 hour drive from Windhoek.

Although there is public transport along the B1 — 23 km from the gate, you would still need a vehicle to get into the park.

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