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Price for accommodation includes Breakfast. No children under 6 are allowed.
Halali Camp in the Etosha National Park gets its name from the German word meaning the bugle call at the end of a hunt, but nowadays the only hunting that takes place is the quest to get the perfect photo. This camp is situated halfway between Namutoni and Okaukeujo Camps and lies at the foot of a dolomite hill, quite typical for this part of Namibia. Whereas Okaukeujo and Namutoni have central floodlit waterholes, at Halali you have to walk a short distance to an elevated vantage point where you have a perfect view of the animals coming to drink. In the area surrounding Halali, there are also a number of waterholes where you can watch the passing parade.
Accommodation at Halali is offered in 2 self-catering family units, 10 two-bedroomed bush chalets, 10 one-bedroomed bush chalets, 40 double rooms and 5 premier bush chalets. All chalets and rooms are air-conditioned, en suite and equipped with fridge. The family units have two bedrooms, an equipped kitchen, separate lounge and outside shaded braai area. The two-bedroomed bush chalets at Halali have open plan lounge/kitchen areas and a braai area, while the one-bedroomed chalets have no catering or braai facilities. The bush chalets have glass sliding doors, so you can experience the peace and tranquility of Namibia’s untamed bush even when indoors. The premier bush chalets each boast a jacuzzi, private garden, tea/coffee-making facilities and fridge.
The central part of Halali Camp accommodates a shop (stocking books, basic necessities and curios), a restaurant, bar and pool. The camp offers walking trials for those wishing to experience the Namibian bush at close range. Although Etosha National Park is geared towards self-drive game viewing, Halali Camp offers guided night drives, as well as guided morning and afternoon game drives.
Perhaps you would like to visit other nearby destinations such as Palmwag in Damaraland. There is now a gate between Etosha National Park and Damaraland not far from Palmwag. It is therefor easy to reach Palmwag within a day from Halali Rest Camp in Etosha. Further south is Sossusvlei with its massive sandunes and the luxuriousSossusvlei Lodge.
It might be a good idea to visit Botswana after your stay at Halali in Etosha. Your first stop will most likely be Maun where we strongly recommend Riley's Hotel. From here you can visit the Okavango Delta with its wide range of lodges and safaris. In the north near Kasane Senyati Safari Camp is your best destination. They offer self-catering accommodation. If you decide to fly from Etosha to Botswana you might land in Gaborone and here we recommend the famous Cresta Lodge.
If you plan to visit the Wildcoast after your stay at Etosha Halali you must consider a night at Hanover Lodge in Hanover in South Africa before you continue your journey to the Mazeppa Bay Hotel in Mazeppa Bay.
Zimbabwe is a must-see country and we recommend that you combine this country with your visit to Namibia and Etosha. Start at Victoria Falls where the Kingdom Hoteloffers perfect accommodation before you visit Caribbea Bay Hotel and the resorts at Lake Kariba and don't forget Inn on the Rupurara in Nyanga.