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This was our second visit to Okaukuejo having visited in 2012. Last time we stayed in a waterhole chalet, this time we stayed in one of the premier waterhole chalets and I can thoroughly recommend the upgrade. I ended up staying up nearly all night...More
Arriving at the Anderson Gate at Etosha was a serious let down ! we are used to large beautiful thatch and wood safari entrances that shout 'Welcome to this wild safari reserve/park'... but at this gate (which is considered to be the main gate into...More
From camping perspective, the place was good enough. The food store allowed to get whatever needed for a nice BBQ. We did go to the waterhlole at night (different review), but except for a single (regular) cat, no other animals came, when we were there....More
After three weeks traveling throughout Namibia, we stayed one night at the camp site. We recommend to stay away from Okaukuejo as the staff does not care of its guests at all:
- Camp site is in a poor state as compared to all others...More
Stayed for 2 nights in late Nov-13 in a waterhole chalet and would stay again purely for the waterhole. Lions, rhinos and an elephant all visited during the night and being able to sit back and watch was incredible. Quality of the room was much...More
Response from DaveinNorthWales | Reviewed this property |
I agree, both the same place. Try Halali if you want to stay inside the park or Etosha Village is just outside the Anderson Gate. Opinions differ but the standard of accommodation is higher outside the park especially the... More
I agree, both the same place. Try Halali if you want to stay inside the park or Etosha Village is just outside the Anderson Gate. Opinions differ but the standard of accommodation is higher outside the park especially the food. Depending on what time of year you go will make a big difference to the use of the waterholes. We stayed in February and the waterholes were deserted once it started raining.