Halali Restcamp lies between Namutoni and Okaukuejo in Etosha National Park. The various popular water wells of Etosha in the nearby area make the camp a very suitable place to stay if you want to spot wild animals. The thicker vegetation means there are a lot of leopards, rhinos and elephants here.
‘Halali’ is the German word for the traditional end of a hunt. The camp represents the end of the hunt for game and the rise of ecotourism in Namibia. Halali offers you the largest swimming pool in the park and has a strategic location between Namutoni and Okaukuejo, south of the salt pan in Etosha National Park.
Each camping pitch has its own braai, watertap, power-supply and picknick area. There are clean, shared ablution blocks on the campsite.
Halali Restcamp is included in almost all self drive 4×4 Namibia and Botswana trips.
- Gas station
- Swimming pool
- Water hole
- Braai facilities
- Wifi (paid)