Etosha's oldest camp, close to the famous Etosha Pan
Situated near the southern entrance of the Etosha National Park close to the famous Etosha Pan, Okaukuejo is the oldest camp in the area and provides a variety of comfortable accommodation. Home to the Etosha Ecological Institute, responsible for the research and conservation of the park’s flora and fauna, the camp’s main attraction is a large, floodlit waterhole attracting antelope, zebra, lions, elephants and even black rhino, which are often seen.
Around the main camp, the tranquil swimming pool provides much-needed relief from the hot Namibian sun, while the restaurant and bar area provides delicious refreshments and meals. There's a great variety of rooms and chalets to choose from, including the Waterhole Chalet, which basks in views overlooking the popular waterhole, and the Bush Chalet, a spacious setting with a large lounge, en-suite and its very own braai.
Close to the Etosha Pan, at the southern entrance of the Etosha National Park
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102 comfortable rooms and chalets
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