Halali camp

Halali camp of Etosha National Park,  one of the entrances <sup>1</sup>

Halali camp of Etosha National Park, one of the entrances 1
One of Etosha national park's accommodation points, run by Namibia wildlife resorts.

Around it's perimeter is a game proof fence, allowing visitors to hike and explore the compound at all times.

Inside is a restaurant, swimming pool, a large campsite, lodge rooms/chalets, a shop with basics, books, maps & curios, and a waterhole — just outside its fence.

Near the waterhole is a viewing point from where visitors can view game 24/7, although the same can also be done from it's rooms.

What to do thereCamping, braai or barbecues, hiking, game drives, picnics, swimming, wine and dining, lodging.

The camp does offer guided game drives, during the day and night.

Best time to visitThe dry seasons of May to October, when more animals come to drink from the waterhole.

The months of December to March are considered off peak, with budget friendly prices, though animal sightings are fewer.

Location of Halali campHalali camp sits at the base of a dolomite hill, a massive compound amidst the Mopane woodlands of Etosha national park.

It also is about 12 km south of the Etosha Salt Pan.

How to get thereBy air or road.

There is an airstrip next to the camp that can be reached from most airports within the country.

Or drive there using a rental or private car, with a chance to see a lot more wildlife and sights along the way.

References1. By Olga Ernst - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=73682254

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