The Okaukuejo Camp is a Namibian wildlife resort located 17km from the southern entrance of the National Park and featuring its own permanently lit watering hole which provides amazing wildlife viewing at all times of the day and night. It provides bush chalet accommodation for tourists on Namibian safari, located in the natural environment with its own swimming pool, restaurant and curio shops. The accommodation comprises of bush chalets located in the natural environment catering for couples and families. The Okaukuejo Camp activities include guided night drives and fantastic day drives.
The Namutoni Camp is found on the eastern side of the National Park and sits in the middle of an old fort. Providing a unique Namibian safari experience, the fort is an old German fort that overlooks the King Nehale waterhole. It’s a great tourist destination with its own viewing decks that also features shops, restaurants and lovely historic remains. This camp also boasts great viewing decks with bush chalets (camping is also available) as well as day and night game drives!
The Halali Camp sits bordered between the previous two camps in the National Park at the base of a dolomite hill, surrounded by lots of Mopane trees. A Namibia safari stopover at this camp provides tourists with viewing decks overlooking a flood-lit watering hole and lovely chalets and camping facilities for accommodation, with a beautiful swimming pool for cooling down on hot summer afternoons. Besides the game drive activities, guests can also enjoy informative nature walks.
The fourth camp included as a Namibian wildlife resort is the Onkoshi Camp, the latest addition to the resorts into the National Park. The eco-friendly accommodation provides 15 rooms in what is a secluded and hidden delight. The rooms are all elevated for personal game viewing and furnished with local furniture for an authentic safari experience.
When it comes to making the most of your Namibian safari, we highly recommend our range of safaris that pass through the Etosha National Park and provide stops at any one of the four wildlife resorts mentioned above. Find out more about our range of safaris or read about other Namibian attractions that you might want to include on your Namibian safari.